10am-1pm Sat. Jan. 13

Weekend Brunch With Musical Guest

A farm-focused weekend brunch (served 7am-1pm) with lively instrumental tunes. An array of midwestern and other brunch classics including omelettes, quiche, wild rice porridge, Belgian waffles, sandwiches, and more. A variety of classic and original morning drinks including mimosas, bloody marys, and more.

The Oxbow Hotel 516 Galloway St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

5:30pm Sat. Jan. 13

Live Music at the Lakely Supper Club Celebration: Knox Freeman

Knox Freeman is a malleable duo comprised of Dave Power on drums and Pat Keen on bass. Knox takes on various forms, performing as a trio with a special guest from time to time. The possibilities are endless.

The Lakely 516 Galloway Street, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

7pm Sat. Jan. 13

Ragtime and Vintage Jazz Concert

Performers: Bill Fisher, Josh Gallagher, Kathy Johns, Ben Kittilstad, Nick Larson, Judy Lies, Nick Poss, Jim Radloff, Kayla Shoemaker, Sandy Williams. Doors open at 5:30pm, and Preconcert at 6:25pm.

First Congregational UCC 310 Broadway St., Eau Claire

Cost: Free will offering: suggested $15 adults, $5 students

7pm Sat. Jan. 13

Live at the Acoustic Cafe: WolfSong

Introducing WolfSong, Kai Ulrica and Nikk Wolfe of Wolves at the Door on Acoustic guitars and vocals joined by Larry Past on upright bass and vocals playing Acoustic Electric Euro-gypsy rock in the country.

Acoustic Cafe 505 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7:30pm Sat. Jan. 13

Blugold Radio Presents: Har-di-Har & Orchid Eaton

Minneapolis-based Har-di-Har writes and performs college-orienged, orchestral art pop. Riding the wave of avant-garde music and performative art genres, their live performance invites the audience in as a familial witness to the vivid, awkward, and the vulnerable. They’ll be joined by local Orchid Eaton.

Haas Fine Arts Center 121 Water St., Eau Claire

Cost: $10

7:30-10pm Sat. Jan. 13

Squirrel Nut Zippers

It was about 20 years ago when NPR's Morning Edition said: "It's not easy to categorize the music of the Squirrel Nut Zippers, except that it's hot."2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the Squirrel Nut Zippers most celebrated and commercially successful album, Hot. Originally released in the summer of1996, Hot was the follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed debut The Inevitable.

The State Theatre 316 Eau Claire St., Eau Claire

Cost: $25-35 (prices subject to change)

Age: All Ages

8pm Sat. Jan. 13

The Jaggernauts Supershow: Featuring Nick Leet and Chad Wheeling

The Jaggernauts will be playing two sets of songs about fur, metal, and glass. Different arrangements of classic songs and covers shall be explored. Nick Leet and Chad Wheeling (formerly of High on Stress) will start the festivities at 10 pm.

The Mousetrap 311 S. Barstow St., Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

8-10pm Sat. Jan. 13

Mary Cutrufello

St. Paul roots-rock singer-songwriter Mary Cutrufello has been a mainstay in the Americana scene here and in Texas for a quarter of a century. She's performed on The Tonight Show and Austin City Limits, and toured in all 50 states - be sure to join us for the special night of music in Downtown Eau Claire.

Dive 333 Gibson Street (2nd Floor of The Lismore Hotel), Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

8:30-11:30pm Sat. Jan. 13

Live Music: Kelsey Miles

In 2017 WAMI nominated her band, The Kelsey Miles Band, New Artist of the Year & best'Best in Madison. Every live performance is dripping with soul and will make you want to come back for more.

Sheeley House Saloon 236 West River St., Chippewa Falls

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

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