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Music on the Green: Joey J. Saye Duo

July 25, 2022 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Heritage Hill State Historical Park
2640 S Webster Ave
Green Bay, WI 54301

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Every other Monday Night in the summer we will feature an act and food truck from around the Midwest. They will play on the Victorian Bandstand in the “growing community” area of Heritage Hill, surrounded by town buildings from the late 19th early 20th century of Northeastern Wisconsin.

July 25th Joey J. Saye Duo and Blue Suede Foods

Joey J. Saye grew up about 45 minutes west of Chicago in Aurora, Illinois. Born to a Liberian family, he was the first of whom was born in the United States. As a result of being a part of an international family, multiple styles of music, ranging from West African music to American country music, were always near and gave him an appetite for listening to music. Even before guitar, he was always a music lover. As a child, he would spend hours exploring and discovering music in his parents’ cd cases.

Joey was introduced to the blues community at age 16 when he was out with his high school friends. He heard blues music playing in the distance and chose to follow the sound. This choice led to the meeting, befriending, and playing with the Dave Herrero band that night. Dave Herrero, the group leader, invited him back next week, and this started a cadence of mentoring for Joey J. Since then, Joey J. Saye has played in and around Chicago, participating in the blues community. During this time, he has shared the stage with many of Chicago’s top-shelf blues musicians such as Mary Lane, Willie Buck, Billy Flynn, Bob Stroger, and more. He currently is releasing digital content, holds a residency at Rosas on Thursday nights in Chicago, and plays blues across the country.

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To rent a picnic table and tent for this concert, click here.

(This is a great option for businesses looking for a fun company outing, families, or just to have guaranteed shaded seating without the worry of bringing items down the hill.)


  • Doors open at 5 pm, music starts at 6 pm.
  • No beverage carry-ins are allowed, Heritage Hill will have a bar with soda, water, and alcoholic beverages by Dean Distributing available for purchase.
  • Besides tents, seating is not reserved and limited. Feel free to bring your own lawn chair or blanket.
  • There will be tram service to the Victorian Bandstand as well as Gate 3 on Lazarre Ave. open.
  • Parking is in the Webster Avenue lot and surrounding city streets where applicable. Please be respectful of our neighbors when parking on city streets.
  • Tickets are available in advance or the day of in the Education Center only. Concerts are generally held rain or shine.

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