Music and discovery take center stage for the annual Steel Bridge Song Fest in Sturgeon Bay.
Four music-filled days is on tap. The event kicks off June 13 and runs through the 16th in Sturgeon Bay.
Weekend passes are on sale now for $25.
The Steel Bridge Song Fest began in 1996 when the grassroots group "the SOBs", Save Our Bridge, formed to save Sturgeon Bay's Michigan Street bridge from a wrecking ball.
Songwriters and musicians from around the world, including Jackson Browne, Jane Wiedlin and hundreds of others have taken part in the event.
Since 2007, the historic "steel bridge" has been protected as a national treasure and listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Musician Liv Mueller joined Good Day Wisconsin Tuesday to share more about the event and to perform a couple of original songs.
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