Music @ the Hill Now on Wednesdays!


Wednesdays June 6 & 20, July 18, August 1, 15, & 29,
6 - 8 pm

Sponsored by: Dean

Heritage Hill is known for its beautiful sunsets, green space and friendly atmosphere. What better time to enjoy the Park than during Music @ the Hill located on our upper green, overlooking beautiful Green Bay.

Since 1983 Heritage Hill has provided these free concerts for the community. Rent a patio or picnic table or bring in your own chair or blanket. Food and Beverage will be available for purchase. Bathrooms are conveniently accessible in the Education Center. Park in the main lot or take the tram from the Lazarre street entrances for a ride to the top of the hill.

PLEASE NOTE: This year, no beverage carry-ins are allowed for Music @ the Hill. You may still bring food. We will also have food and beverages available for purchase!

Reserved seating!  $25  • Education Center Balcony seating for 4 guests  • Covered tent seating for 6 to 8 guests  •  NEW! $25 Table with Umbrella on the Tent Pad for 4 guests. 

Reserved seating is limited. We recommend reserving your seats at least 24 hours in advance. Call 920.448.5150 to reserve your space now!


June 6 – The Cougars

These 3 female vocalists perform everything from Fleetwood Mac to Lady Gaga with spine tingling harmonies. This band tosses in cross-over country, 80’s hits, and party anthems to fill up that dance floor! The Cougars were brought together by previous band gigs, dinner theater, and friendship. They are Anna Snyder (vocals), Stephanie Reinl (vocals/keyboard), Heather Tenhaken (vocals), Eric “Catnip” Snyder (bass/vocals), Kurt “The Cougar Whisperer” Risch (drums), Tommy “Tom Cat” Reynolds (guitar).


June 20 – The Presidents

Dave Johnson, Josh Helm, Nate Wolff, and John Kerry started the band back in early 2006 and became an instant hit in the Fox Valley. With a perfect mix of song selection and stage persona, the band grew a huge fan base in little to no time. With Dave Johnson leaving for school in Minnesota, Nate Wolff leaving politics, and Josh Helm going on tour with Verona Grove, the band brought in veteran musicians David Jerabek (formerly of Copper Box), Devin Munson (13 Walls, The Clifton Remedy), and Ben Beercheese (Reveal, Chaos and Control) to replace the retiring presidents. With a new powerful line up that really loves America, the Presidents are continuing to rock audiences throughout the Midwest.

July 18 – Panic Station

Playing rock, funk and pop from the 70's through today, Panic Station's set list hits the audience's sweet spot and catches them off guard at the same time. Exciting musicianship along with one of the area's premier lead vocalists set this band apart and ensures that your venue will be rocking and partying all night long.

August 1 – Nashville Pipeline

This group has more than just a great show; there is a natural chemistry. With their early beginning in 1997, this band has evolved to be one of the premier acts in the Northeastern Wisconsin. The show is focused around good music and a good time. The energy this show gives the crowd is electrifying. Their whole attitude is to have a great time doing what they do best, entertain. 

August 15 –Janet Planet 

With a reverence for Jazz singing, Janet’s influences span many styles. “Jazz keeps me interested” to coin a phrase from my friend, Karrin Allyson. Janet’s early influences were Joni Mitchell, Aretha Franklin, Bonnie Raitt…and anything else her 5 siblings were listening to at the time.

August 29 – Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns

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Big Mouth was originally formed by Jay Whitney in 1980 in and around Flint, MI. The bands focus at that time was to play an eclectic mix of blues, jazz, and original music. The band flourished for a number of years playing club dates and festivals throughout Michigan. The band stopped when a few of its members went on the road with other touring bands. Jay Whitney moved to Door County in 1989 and formed a new Big Mouth with Pat Judy, Woody Mankowski, and Paul Sowinski in 1990. After reaching a level of success in Door County and Green Bay, the band decided to add a horn section, this being the birth of the Power Tool Horns. Over the years players have come and gone, but the band’s focus is still the same as it was originally in 1980. And everyone is still having a blast – including the crowd!