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There is a creative fire inside every human being. As we have all grown older, that fire may have diminished, and some of us may have lost it completely. Many of those same individuals in our communities – and beyond – are in search of a true place to call home; not necessarily a home by birth, but one of choice. A place where art, community, and possibility are openly celebrated. A place they can know and love, while setting aside all differences and celebrating what connects us all.

“Home can be a place of solace or of despair; memories of home may come with both tears of joy, and sorrow. Homeland is intentional, inclusive, artistic: to create a space where all can share their meanings of home whether good or bad, taken for granted or elusive. Come as adults, as children, as the child you once were, or the parent you most want to be. Come as a sibling, an aunt, a stranger invited over for the holidays. Come home to sing, paint, dance, and write your way into a more compassionate place for all beings, for all nationalities, creeds, orientations, genders, and styles.” as said in a joint statement of unity with Helen Kramer, Instructor of Gender Studies at Lawrence University, Kathy Flores, LGBTQ Anti-Violence Statewide Program Manager for Diverse & Resilient, and Homeland Experience founder Cory Chisel.

Friday, September 15

5:00PM - 10:00PM

Kavarna

Kegger’s

Black & Tan Lounge

Neville Public Museum

Three Three Five

Cup O Joy

5:00  Emily Kopp  Clique James  J.S. Ondara  Boom Forest (Solo)
5:30  5:00-5:50  5:00-5:50  5:00-5:50  5:00-5:45  The Lately
6:00  Austin Lucas  Desert Noises (Solo)  Alex Ortega  Paul Otteson  The Dove & The Wolf  5:30-6:20
6:30  6:00-6:50  6:00-6:50  6:00-6:50  6:00-6:50  6:00-6:50  The Family Business
7:00  Field Report (Solo)  George Shingleton  Boom Forest (Solo)  Harpooner  6:40-7:30
7:30  7:00-7:50  7:00-7:50  7:00-7:50  7:10-8:00  Suck The Honey
8:00  LOLO  Robert Ellis  Good Night Gold Dust  7:50-8:40
8:30  8:10-9:00  8:00-8:50  8:20-9:10
9:00  Farewell Milwaukee  J-Council
9:30  9:30-10:20  9:00-9:50

Saturday, September 16

11:00AM – 5:00PM

Kavarna

Kegger’s

NeVILLE PUBLIC MUSEUM

THREE THREE FIVE

BROWN COUNTY LIBRARY

Cup O Joy

11:30 The Lately
12:00 Paul Otteson George Shingleton  11:30-12:20  Family Business
12:30 12:00-12:50  12:00-12:50  The Priggs  The Dove & The Wolf 12:00-12:50
1:00  J.S. Ondara  Clique James  Austin Lucas  12:40-1:30  12:50-1:40 Good Night, Gold Dust
1:30  1:00-1:50  1:00-1:50 1:00-1:50  Adriel Denae  1:10-2:00
2:00  Desert Noises (Solo)  Alex Ortega  Field Report  1:50-2:40  Farewell Milawukee  Welles
2:30  2:00-2:50  2:00-2:50 2:00-2:50 J-Council 2:00-2:50  2:20-3:10
3:00  Chelsea Williams  Emily Kopp  2:50-3:40  Harpooner
3:30  3:00-3:50 3:00-3:50  3:10-4:00
4:00  Boom Forest (Solo) Cory Chisel
4:30  4:00-4:50 4:00-5:00
5:00

The Artists

Cory Chisel

Cory Chisel

Chisel is an Americana, folk rock artist from Appleton.

Adriel Denae

Adriel Denae

Singer-songwriter based in Appleton, WI. Co-founder of Refuge Foundation for the Arts .

Robert Ellis

Robert Ellis

Robert Ellis is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist from Houston, Texas who blends country, pop, and jazz.

LOLO

LOLO

From Jackson, TN, LOLO is a show-stopping singer who has "so much music flowing through her that it fills two people" (Associated Press).

J-Council

J-Council

Singer Jon Wheelock formed the soul band J-Council from the Fox Valley.

Austin Lucas

Austin Lucas

Singer-songwriter based in Nashville, TN who was raised in the backwoods of Monroe County, Indiana, where he was born into a folk and bluegrass lineage

Farewell Milwaukee

Farewell Milwaukee

Swift and inventive, Farewell Milwaukee’s sound is informed by artists from the 60s and 70s but is never beholden to them.

Desert Noises (solo)

Desert Noises (solo)

Indie-rock artist from Provo, UT.

Boom Forest (solo)

Boom Forest (solo)

John Paul Roney is a Nashville-based songwriter and an evangelist for a contemporary folk tradition forwarding humanism in the face of our looming techno-apocalypse.

Harpooner

Harpooner

Originally from Indiana and currently in Nashville, Harpooner is a 1970's pop band led by Scott Schmadeke.

The Dove & The Wolf

The Dove & The Wolf

Indie rock artists Paloma Gil and Louise Hayat-Camard from France lead The Dove & The Wolf.

Chelsea Williams

Chelsea Williams

Chelsea's made a name for herself as a musician in Los Angeles in a less than traditional way. Without the support of a record label, or radio play, Chelsea managed to sell nearly 100,000 copies of her independently released records the old fashioned way, by playing on the street.

The Lately

The Lately

The Lately met at a party in Madison. People told us them that they looked like a band, so they started one a few days later.

The Priggs

The Priggs

A pop band from Green Bay with Alex Drossart, Andy Klaus, Matty Day, Ryan Peerenboom and Tony Warpinski.

Clique James

Clique James

A soul group from California comprised of Jason Oles and Alys Dickerson who call Chicago home.

Paul Otteson

Paul Otteson

Wisconsinite, singer-songwriter, unemployed lion tamer, unqualified-snow-slinging quality control inspector, proud house plant owner.

Emily Kopp

Emily Kopp

Emily Kopp is a Nashville based artist known for her bluesy heartache vocals and pop songwriting smarts.

Alex Ortega

Alex Ortega

From New York City, Ortega is a pop, soul, and rock artist.

J.S. Ondara

J.S. Ondara

J.S. Ondara, a singer-songwriter based in Minneapolis, was born and raised in Nairobi.

Suck The Honey

Suck The Honey

Suck the Honey is a two piece rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio.

George Shingleton

George Shingleton

George Shingleton is an American Country music singer residing in Nashville, TN

Good Night Gold Dust

Good Night Gold Dust

Good Night Gold Dust is a Mankato, MN-based indie rock quartet comprised of Laura Schultz, Colin Scharf, Michelle Roche, and Zach Arney.

The Family Business

The Family Business

The Family Business is a rock band based in Madison, WI.

Welles

Welles

Rock band based in Nashville, TN.

Field Report (solo)

Field Report (solo)

Features the works of acclaimed singer and songwriter Christopher Porterfield.

Featuring visual artists curated by John Adams of Feather & Bone and The Draw. Check out the Homeland Gallery at 128 N Broadway, 2nd Floor!

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