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Mid West Music Fest

The mission of the MWMF is to promote music and art in the region, creating opportunities for artists, stimulating downtown economic development, and providing diverse educational resources for artists, community members, and children.

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

December 1, 2020 – Giving Tuesday (Artists Give Back and Art Auction) — 

GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past seven years, it has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.

MWMF will put its own twist on Giving Tuesday by combining it with our Artists Give Back series and an art auction. Many thanks to local artisans and musicians who are helping us create a day of music, fun and beautiful art!

Musicians scheduled to play the virtual fundraiser include: Vince Herman (Leftover Salmon), Nur-D, Humbird, Queen Drea, Soren Staff (Them Coulee Boys), Luke Callen, Lee Henke, Winona’s Little Warrior Drumline, Woolen Lover, and Jason Ziebell/Isaac Sammis.

Art for the auction is being donated by Cody Bartz, Landon Sheely, Ashton Hall, Jon Swanson, Ian Kearns, Abby Lee, Shelly Staehly, Lee Henke, Scramble Campbell, Mark Lee, Siri Undlin, Sam Servais and Doomtree Vault.

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September 16 thru January 2021 —MWMF Sessions (weekly videos – every Wednesday) See our Facebook page and view the archive on our Youtube page

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MWMF Sessions

Click the link below to access an archive of MWMF Sessions videos:

 

MWMF Sessions

Youtube

MWMF At Home Videos

Click any of the links below to access an archive of MWMF at home streams:

 

Mid West Music Fest Stream

Facebook

Youtube

Vimeo

 

Treedome Stream

Website

Facebook

Youtube 

Vimeo

Listen    to   our   MWMF AT HOME   Line   up!

Our playlist features artists from the MWMF – AT HOME lineup for 2020

Thank you for donating to save Mid West Music Fest!

Mid West Music Fest is in its 11th year of operation. Through its 501c3 non-profit, almost $500,000 has been directed toward up-and-coming local, regional, and national musicians over the past decade. Through a two-year study in conjunction with Winona State University Economics Department, it was estimated that over 2 million dollars have been directed into the local economies of Winona and La Crosse through attendees of the annual fest.  

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