A Live Music Event Supporting ALS Patients in Wisconsin
Wyndham Garden Madison Hotel
2969 Cahill Main, Fitchburg, WI 53711
Advance Tickets $20 ea
Tickets at the door are $30 ea
Wyndham Hotel Rooms available $139/evening if booked before March 21 st , 2018 – Call (608) 274-7200
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Over 100 unique items. Bid on items using the posted bidding increments. Check what time bidding closes on your item.
Bidding closes at: Table A 8:00pm Table B 9:15pm Table C 10:30pm
Highest Bidder must be present to win: Go to the item at the auction's closing time and find out if you won. Stay with the auction item and a volunteer will assist your checkout. Pay with cash, credit card, or check.
The Big Payback is an award winning jazz-rock band featuring the soulful vocals of Leah Isabel Tirado and a smoking horn section. Mixing ambitious original tunes that challenge even the most talented musicians with classic covers, the band's live show never fails to get the crowd moving. The Big Payback was nominated as one of Madison's favorite "Dance Bands" by Isthmus readers in 2016. Personnel includes saxophonist Tony Barba, trumpeter Jon Shipper & Eric Siereveld, trombonist Jamie Kember, vocals Leah Tirado, guitarist Kyle Rightley, keyboards Peter Beggenstoss, saxophone and vocals Dave Buss, drummer Joey B. Banks, and bassist Jeff Weiss.
Organized in 2013, The Jim Ott Brass Ensemble Third Coast (JOBE-TC) is dedicated to honoring and preserving the music legacy of its namesake, Jim Ott. Jim's career ended tragically in an automobile accident in 1980 while on tour with the Spirit of Atlanta Drum & Bugle Corps. Jim left us far too soon, but not before leaving an incredible mark on the drum & bugle corps activity. His influence is still present in the brass arrangements of today, and many still long to hear "The Jim Ott Sound."
Interim Director for the Ensemble is Morgan Larson.
Madison musician Jim White can be heard around town wielding nothing more than his acoustic guitar and a heartfelt mix of indie-folk and indie-pop tunes. These days, Jim continues entertaining crowds by sharing an eclectic mix of his favorite songs. From Ryan Adams to Justin Townes Earle, Dawes to Death Cab, there's a little something for everyone.
Satisfy your need for speed and crashing bodies at this annual Madison Capitols hockey event. Features 50/50 raffle and one lucky ALS supporter gets to ride the zamboni! Special ticket purchase includes T-shirt and donation to The ALS Association Wisconsin Chapter.
Fun begins at The Thirsty Goat in the special event room, 4pm, with free appetizers and special Wisconsin keg of beer. $5 Glasses of beer -All Wisconsin Keg Beer Proceeds donated to ALS, and $1 from each drink made with High Noon Vodka! Board buses at 6pm for Bob Suter's Capitol Ice Arena. $1 beer night. Bus returns you to The Thirsty Goat for afterparty. Tickets: $25-Adult, $15-Child 12yrs and younger
John Jaeckel: Patient Advocate of the ALS Association Wisconsin Chapter
Enjoy an evening of baseball and support ALS among friends and family. The fun starts at 4:30 pm with Tailgate Activities in the Duck Blind. Special ticket purchase includes 201 level block seating, ALS T-Shirt, Mallards Baseball Cap, and All You Can Eat and Drink during the Tailgate. Also features giant 50/50 raffle. You can "Throw the First Pitch" at the game if you win the Silent Auction package at Rockin For A Cure Live Music Benefit on April 21st.
Our Stickin' It To ALS event combines an evening of Admirals hockey with raising more awareness and money for fighting ALS. Tickets include a private pre-game party with live music, food and drinks, lower level seating to the Admirals game, and a free post-game concert.
4th Annual Stickin' It to ALS, April 14th, 2018.
A natural tie-in to Lou Gehrig's Disease, it's a baseball tailgate party held in the parking lot of Miller Park before a Milwaukee Brewers game and includes a free concert, food and drinks, and a ticket to the game. Inside the stadium, we make our presence known by wearing matching ALS t-shirts and having an ALS patient or family member throw the ceremonial first pitch.
Chasin' a Cure on June 22, 2018.
While there's no shortage of charity walk/run events out there, the sense of community and support at ours is absolutely amazing. There's no better way to describe it than a "2.1k Love Fest" (Or 5k Love Fest for the Milwaukee run). Maybe that's because the money that's raised at these events stays right here in Wisconsin, providing equipment and services to help local ALS patients and their families cope with the disease.
Milwaukee Walk to Defeat ALS is on October 7, 2018.
Started in 1992 by Jeff Kaufman, who valiantly battled ALS for 21 years, the Evening of Hope has grown to become one of the most popular black tie charity events in Wisconsin – with 100% of the proceeds going toward researching the cause and a cure for ALS. Please join us for the 25th Annual Evening of Hope on March 10th, 2018.
Stay tuned for more information.