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Plymouth’s City Park will become a little bit of the old Deutschland Thrusday night when the 38th Annual German Night is scheduled as part of the Plymouth Municipal Band 2014 Summer Park Concert series. The annual event celebrates Plymouth and Wisconsin’s rich German heritage, with a beer garden; Spanferkel concessions and other authentic German food including, of course, bratwurst; and not one, not two, but three bands filling the night air with authentic German music. The music will start at 6 p.m. on the Howard Stoll Family Pavilion on Grove Street with the Plymouth High School Junge Kameraden band, directed by Jason Sebranek. Founded in 1977, this group is the only German-style high school instrumental group in the United States. The Plymouth Municipal Band will take the stage after the Junge Kameraden and will keep the festivities going with more German-style music. They will be followed by the featured group of the evening, Blaskapelle Milwaukee. Over the past several years, Blaskapelle Milwaukee has become one of the premiere Blaskapelle groups in the United States. The band is composed of 17 very talented musicians from around the Midwest. They play for Oktoberfest celebrations, private and corporate parties, German festivals and other high profile events including Milwaukee Brewers games. Their inspiration and style is drawn from the finest bands across both Europe and the United States, including Dorf Kapelle, Blaskapelle Gloria, Blaskapelle Makos, Fegerländer and Ernst Mosch. Concessions, prepared and served by the Plymouth High School Performing Arts Booster Club, will be served beginning at 4 p.m. The menu includes Spanferkel (spit-roasted pig), brats, burgers, German potato salad, sauerkraut, cake and Culver’s custard. The Bier Garten will be provided by the Plymouth Municipal Band. Seating is available in the park, but concert-goers are encourage to bring their own lawn chairs - and to get up and dance along with the waltzes, polkas, Schottisches and more. 
Review fifile photos and story byEmmitt B. Feldner Plymouth’s City Park will become a little bit of the old Deutschland Thrusday night when the 38th Annual German Night is scheduled as part of the Plymouth Municipal Band 2014 Summer Park Concert series. The annual event celebrates Plymouth and Wisconsin’s rich German heritage, with a beer garden; Spanferkel concessions and other authentic German food including, of course, bratwurst; and not one, not two, but three bands filling the night air with authentic German music. The music will start at 6 p.m. on the Howard Stoll Family Pavilion on Grove Street with the Plymouth High School Junge Kameraden band, directed by Jason Sebranek. Founded in 1977, this group is the only German-style high school instrumental group in the United States. The Plymouth Municipal Band will take the stage after the Junge Kameraden and will keep the festivities going with more German-style music. They will be followed by the featured group of the evening, Blaskapelle Milwaukee. Over the past several years, Blaskapelle Milwaukee has become one of the premiere Blaskapelle groups in the United States. The band is composed of 17 very talented musicians from around the Midwest. They play for Oktoberfest celebrations, private and corporate parties, German festivals and other high profile events including Milwaukee Brewers games. Their inspiration and style is drawn from the finest bands across both Europe and the United States, including Dorf Kapelle, Blaskapelle Gloria, Blaskapelle Makos, Fegerländer and Ernst Mosch. Concessions, prepared and served by the Plymouth High School Performing Arts Booster Club, will be served beginning at 4 p.m. The menu includes Spanferkel (spit-roasted pig), brats, burgers, German potato salad, sauerkraut, cake and Culver’s custard. The Bier Garten will be provided by the Plymouth Municipal Band. Seating is available in the park, but concert-goers are encourage to bring their own lawn chairs - and to get up and dance along with the waltzes, polkas, Schottisches and more. Review fifile photos and story byEmmitt B. Feldner





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