GREEN BAY - An area water ski show is set to make a splash in downtown Green Bay.
The Waterboard Warriors is the latest addition to the city's summer lineup.
The performers took to the water along the CityDeck Wednesday to give visitors a preview.
They'll be performing every Wednesday night on the Fox River downtown starting July 10.
Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt says the show is another great way to highlight the city's downtown.
"Just think of a Wednesday night in Green Bay, starting with Dine on the Deck and the wonderful Farmers' Market on Broadway, followed by a ski show in the downtown and all the new restaurants we have. It's a community, the who's who of what's going on in the greater Green Bay community, and it's all happening here in downtown Green Bay," said Mayor Schmitt.
The ski show will be held every Wednesday night at 6 and 7 starting July 10 through August 28.
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