Performing Arts Affiliate

LAst Concert of the Season

Sunday, September 30, 2018 

@Harry Nelson Rec Center   3 PM

Long Hairz Collective


Annie Humphrey and the Long Hairz Collective are a diverse group of artist/activist water protectors promoting environmental justice through music, spoken word and cultural organizing. Featuring Annie along with Native American singer-songwriters Allison Radell and Joe Reilly, and African American and Mixed MC and spoken word artists Will See and Peace Be Free. The Long Hairz Collective was formed on the University of Michigan Ann Arbor campus in 2000 and draws from Black communities in Detroit and Native communities in Minnesota and Northern Michigan, weaving a networks of mutual support throughout the Midwest and beyond.

Congratulations to Annie Humphrey, nominated for six 2018 Native American Music Awards, including Artist of the Year, Best Americana Recording, Best Folk Recording, Record of the Year (The Beast and the Garden), Best Song of the Year (St. John & Mikum) and Best Music Video Recording (St. John & Mikum).


Other Treaty Day Events Here

2018 Stage mobile FREE PICNIC Music Series

Thursdays, july 5 – august 9 (except July 26)

5:30 – 7:30 PM

Saturday, July 21@Joni’s Beach

2 PM- 6 PM

Downtown La Pointe! Leave your car on the mainland!

Thursday’s the night to be roaming around downtown this year. Crawl through our galleries—La Pointe Center Art Gallery, Bell Street Gallery, Deena’s Pottery Studio—grab a pizza@Grandpa Tony’s, dinner to go@Seiche or the Beach Club, order a margarita@Tommy’s to go, pick up some rib eyes @the Island Market and fire up a grill@the Rec Center. This year, we’ll have brats and Bent Paddle beers for sale, too!


NEW THIS YEAR! Reggae party@ Joni’s Beach Saturday July 21!

Sponsored by

Bike and Moped Rental on Madeline Island

The La Pointe Center Performance Art Affiliate presents these free performances with the help of the La Pointe Center for the Arts and local sponsors. The Affiliate Committee is made up of seasoned performers and promoters from the island and the Chequamegon Bay area who are dedicated to bringing the area’s best musicians to perform on the island.

The Stage Mobile is also available for rent or use by local organizations, and can be moved to other locations.

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