Fight The Flood benefit boasts big music lineup

A Who’s Who of area musicians take the stage Thursday at a benefit concert for the victims of the recent flooding in the region.

Location of South Side Oktoberfest grounds where the Fight The Flood 2018 concert is happening Thursday, September 13.
Photo of Grammy award winning musician Bill Miller
Bill Miller

Fight The Flood 2018 starts at 11 a.m. at the Southside Oktoberfest grounds. Two dozen bands and artists including Pat Watters (who opens the show), Bill Miller, TUGG, Mr. Blink, and Pig Town Fling perform during throughout the event. See the poster below for the full line up.

Several local food trucks along with beverages will be available.

There is no charge, but cash and check donations will be collected at the grounds. For those that aren’t able to make to the festgrounds, you can call 608-782-9307.

Organizers said 100% of the money raised goes to help area flood victims.





Kevin Millard

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