Vic Ferrari to perform at "Knights on the Fox"
August 1, 2006
From St. Norbert College, July 26, 2006
by Mike Counter, email@example.com, (920) 403-3557
Vic Ferrari is one of the Midwest's hottest rock bands. With a non-stop, high-energy performance that ranges from blues to rock to country, there is something for all age groups. The band has performed in over 12 different countries and toured most of the United States, with shows ranging from small private events for companies and weddings to national rock festivals in arenas. This performance will mark the band's first appearance at "Knights on the Fox."
Jason Lau, the master of ceremonies, attended St. Norbert College from 1988 to 1992. Lau majored in psychology with a minor in philosophy. He is currently employed as the director of student services for the West De Pere school district.
"Knights on the Fox" features local performers and a picnic atmosphere perfect for families. Sandwiches, hotdogs, popcorn, ice cream, bottled water and soda will be available for purchase-or carry in your own picnic. The picnics begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by the concerts from 6:30-8 p.m.
Come by land or by water, as the docks at the Thompson Marina will be open. Ample parking is available in any of the lots off of Third Street with handicapped parking in the lot near Old St. Joseph Church. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and settle in behind the Ray Van Den Heuvel Family Campus Center along the banks of the Fox River for another terrific season of music and fun!
"Knights on the Fox" is sponsored by Cellcom, Gregory and Diane Conway, Ernest and Joan Harvey, John and Kathy Lochner, Ryan Funeral Home and Crematory, Thomas and Carol Tess, Edward and Sally Thompson, and Town & Country Electric (a division of Faith Technologies, Inc.). The Conways are sponsoring Vic Ferrari's performance on August 1.
The fourth season of "Knights on the Fox" will close on August 8 with the return of Let Me Be Frank Productions (formerly Frank's Dinner Theater). The concert series will resume again in the summer of 2007.
For more information, contact Timberly Kazmarek in the Office of Communications at (920) 403-3557 or visit http://www.snc.edu/communications/events/knightsonthefox.html.