I apologize I missed last weekend. I was wicked busy as well as I only did one thing…and that was soak in all 4 days of Mile of Music. I was tired Monday and Tuesday, but it was totally worth it.
Enough of about last week, let’s jump into what I’m looking forward to this weekend.
Friday – This one is specific for all you Leo’s out there. No, not people named Leo but people who’s astrological sign is Leo. The Wisco Kidz are hosting “Leo Life” at the Riverside Ballroom in Green Bay. This is a 21+ event and is also a “Black & White” party, which you haven’t attended, are really awesome. This is to celebrate all “Leo” birthday’s and if you happen to be one, you get in FREE. The hosts, Wisco Kidz, are a highly talented trio of local rappers that are made up of Wisco YD, Wisco Kyrie and Wisco ND. They have shared the stage with some big names with no sight of slowing down.
Saturday – For Saturday, I had nothing for this day. I know I am going floating down the Wolf River for the first time and I am pretty damn excited. Water, beer, friends and the making of memories (Until too much beer and such takes over). I don’t know much about this, but it’s something I’ve been wanting to do since I moved to the area 6 years ago. Well, I am finally doing it!
Sunday – Sunday Chuckday is going to start early for me as I am hitting a party bus with Richard Craniums to see the Green Bay Bullfrogs for the very first time. I’m not sure if there is still room on the bus or not, but you can catch me there. If you read this before Sunday, it would be worth a try to see if there is. This, as you know, is my favorite place in the area and has a great group of people that do nothing but have a good time and look out for each other’s backs. We roll in a pack. I am excited for this one as well as it is something I have never done in Northeast Wisconsin.
A pretty laid back weekend this week. If there is anything you think is worth checking out, hit me up on Instagram, Snap Chat & Twitter @whatthechuck99.
And as always, if you see me out and about, don’t be afraid to say hi!