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Okay, along with the fish fry, we’re talking lots of fun: music on four stages, rides, fireworks, and plenty of other cool stuff like soccer water fights all along Port Washington’s beautiful harbor on Lake Michigan.
The 54th annual Port Fish Day runs all day and also features an Art Design Contest, a run/walk, and more fried fish than you can shake a stick at. There is free admission to the grounds. You can enjoy music on the Main Stage with the purchase of a button, which will cost $5. Saturday evening’s lineup includes country artists Road Crew and Keith Anderson on the Main Stage. The Harbor Stage offers up Ethan Keller, Red Element Band, and STFD (Shut the Front Door). The Band Shell welcomes The Rush Tribute Project in the afternoon and Joe 2.0 as the music continues into the evening.
The Lake View Stage features Random Riot early, Piano Brew in the late afternoon, and Blue Light Scene at night. This is also where the Fish Eating Contest happens at 2:30pm! You can also check out the Family Zone in Upper Lake Park, with a whole variety of family-friendly fun.
Port Fish Day runs Saturday, July 21st along the beautiful harbor area in downtown Port Washington. Highways 32 and 33 bring you right into downtown Port, just east of I-43 and Highway 57, a few miles north of Highway 60.
Further details are on their website. While in Port Washington, be sure to check out Coal Dock Park, trace the history of the Blues, shop Duluth Trading Company or any of the local stores downtown, and enjoy the lakefront!
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