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Rock the Green determined it's best to postpone Rock the Stream Live scheduled for Sunday, Oct 11 at the Harley-Davidson Museum due to the recent increase of COVID-19 cases throughout the state.


This in person concert & live-stream experience featuring an all-star Milwaukee lineup, Trapper SchoeppLex Allen and De La Buena along with their nonprofit partners Schlitz Audubon Nature CenterDanceworks, Inc. and Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts will be rescheduled as part of Rock the Green’s Earth Day Celebration in April 2021 at the Harley-Davidson Museum

We’d like to thank the Harley-Davidson Museum staff who worked to create a safe and socially distanced outdoor space for this event. The Harley-Davidson Museum has issued refunds for the in person tickets.

Please consider a donation below to support the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center, Danceworks and the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts. 

Trapper Schoepp: "In the interest of public safety and the rising numbers of Covid in Wisconsin, we we feel it’s best not to move on with this weekend’s show. Wear your mask so we can get back to live shows and the community within them."

David Wake of De La Buena: "We love the Rock the Green organization, and the opportunity to collaborate with these wonderful nonprofits and artists. We were so looking forward to being part of this event to unveil some of our new Pandemic Era tunes for the good people, but completely support airing on the side of caution. Can’t wait to being a part when this event happens in April 2021. Onward!"

Lex Allen: "I was so thrilled to have the opportunity to be back on stage this Sunday with the Danceworks, Inc. crew. Unfortunately, due to the increased cases of Covid in Wisconsin we have to be responsible and postpone the event. Can’t wait to be in front of you beauts at Rock the Green's Earth Day Celebration come spring!"


Oct 11, 2020 @ 5pm CT

About Schlitz Audubon

Schlitz Audubon Nature Center's mission is to conserve our land’s diverse habitats on Lake Michigan and provide meaningful experiences and environmental education for all.


Oct 11, 2020 @ 3pm CT

About Danceworks

Danceworks mission is to enhance joy, health and creativity by engaging the community through dance. Danceworks’ vision is to be a driving force that builds community through movement and creative arts.


Oct 11, 2020 @ 1pm CT

About Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts

The mission of the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts is to foster reflective, innovative, and proactive art to enrich and stimulate our community.



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 In 2019, folk-rock musician Trapper Schoepp published a song with Bob Dylan called "On Wisconsin" - making him the youngest musician to share a co-writing credit with the Nobel Prize Winner. The song led to a #1 trending article in Rolling Stone and a music video starring 70+ prominent Wisconsin politicians, actors and athletes. PBS noted that the Milwaukee singer-songwriter has "story songs that explore and explode the conventions of rock and roll" and Relix Magazine called his last album a "mini masterpiece."

Lex is a nonbinary soul pop singer and songwriter based out of Milwaukee who connects all ages, genders, genres and races at their over-the-top emotional roller coaster of a live show. Lex creates musical space for those who need something to help through the hurt and connects with those who need to hear something inspiring to help them see their self-worth.

Growing from a trio into a powerful ten-piece since its inception in 2003, De La Buena electrifies audiences with its unique take on Afro-Cuban and Latin Jazz infused with a touch of the psychedelic. A deep-seated love of the delicate harmonic nuance of American Jazz music, and the exploration of our planet's vast, varied & myriad rythmicultural landscapes drive De La Buena to push the limits of the musical textures and rhythms of the Americas while paying homage to the traditions of the Caribbean and Africa.

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