Titletown will host electronic music duo 3OH! 3 for “Titletown Beats” on August 13

Electronic pop music duo 3OH!3 is set to take the stage at Titletown for the final act of this summer’s free show Titletown Beats, presented by Water Joe, concert series on Saturday August 13.

3OH!3 is the project of duo Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte, who have been entertaining crowds with their fun, edgy sound since 2008. They’ve also written and produced hits for other artists and returned to the studio over the last two years. to create their own new music.

Titletown Beats is an upgraded version of the smaller-scale live music events held weekly at Titletown in previous years, with monthly shows taking place in Titletown Plaza featuring national artists from various genres.

The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. on a stage set up in Titletown Plaza on the west side of Ridge Road. Djay Mando will perform at 6 p.m., before 3OH!3 takes the stage.

A day full of activities will precede the concert this month, with a free boot camp class in the morning, giant games offered at noon and aperitif with a view from 1 p.m. on Ariens Hill. Several food trucks and food and drink options will also be available in Titletown.

Free parking will be available in the Titletown and Lambeau Field parking lots, and attendees are asked not to bring food and drink, lawn chairs or umbrellas.

Titletown’s Summer Fun Days, presented by Wisconsin Building Supply, are ongoing, with a wide variety of programs for community members of all ages, including free fitness classes, children’s activities and social events. Apart from the monthly Titletown Beats free concerts, community members can enjoy the Titletown Night Market presented by Broadway Automotive Thursdays from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. between June 9 and August 25 and Films at Titletown presented by Kemps Fridays and Saturdays from the end of July.

The full list of daily programs is now available on the Titletown schedule at titletown.com/events/calendar.

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