The Heyde Center auditorium has been empty for far too long. This summer we are hosting six weeks of mini-concerts by established local performers such as Nick Anderson and the Skinny Lovers and The CollECtive Choir as well as new artists Matt Boelter and Ramblin' Lou Carver. The concerts will be held in the auditorium with the exception of The CollECtive Choir, which will be held outside in the parking lot depending on weather. In addition to the music, we will have a food truck set up in the parking lot. Inside there will be a full bar available.
In an abundance of caution, The Johnny Rogers Show and the Heyde Center for the Arts are re-scheduling this show to May 2021.
The History of Rock n’ Roll show is a tribute to the musical legends of Rock n’ Roll starting with an uncanny portrayal of the late Buddy Holly, then moving on to pay tribute to other legends including Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ricky Nelson, Chuck Berry, and many more. This show has been a crowd-favorite for past two years and will appeal to just about everyone.
The Heyde Center for the Arts is proud to partner again with culinary award-winning artist Jason Tepaske for the “Dinner over the Duncan” – a four-course, gourmet dinner on the historic Marsh Rainbow Arch Bridge in downtown Chippewa Falls. Enjoy dinner on this unique and picturesque 1916 bridge with friends and celebrate historic Chippewa Falls in an intimate beautiful setting.