GREEN BAY (WCWF) -- Beer and music, what more could you need for a weekend in northeast Wisconsin? Hopeland Festival 2019 took place at Titletown Brewing Co. in the Railyard District of downtown Green Bay, September 6th-7th. This was the third year the musical celebration was in the works, and a success it was.
The event is a production of The Refuge Foundation for the Arts, a non-profit organization based out of the Fox Valley dedicated to providing sanctuary for the pursuit of creative expression through music and art.
Artists from near and far performed during the festival, including Mile of Music alumni and co-founders of The Refuge, Cory Chisel and Adriel Denae. Other musical acts included David Paul Martin, Ayron Jones, trOmp, Wade Fernandez Music, Wes Watkins, Cedrice, LOLO, Julia Haltigan, The Lately, J-Council, Rev. Sekou and Daddio.
For more information about The Refuge, head to their website.