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Dinner on the Dock: Harlan Jefferson

By Published May 24, 2018
Thursday, May 24 at 5 PM - 10 PM Prairie Street Brewing Co. 200 Prairie St, Rockford, Illinois 61107 FREE | All Ages The 2018 Dinner on the Dock music series is presented by Prairie Street Brewing Co. and offers guests great food, craft beer, and some of the best musical acts from Rockford and the surrounding areas of Chicago, Madison and more. Come by car or boat and relax on the dock with us each Thursday night in beautiful downtown Rockford. 2018 full schedule: https://bit.ly/2qqqRbO Premium outdoor seating is available (starting May 1) at $5/person for parties of eight (8) or more. Call 815.277.9427 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to book a reservation.* ABOUT THE BAND The Harlan Jefferson Band is a high-energy 6 to 8 piece performance band, specializing in a wide range of music styles from motown, jazz, oldie goldies, country, rock, r and b to Caribbean, island, beach and reggae and lots of dance music. THJB will ignite a performance that will have you on your feet! ABOUT THE VENUE Prairie Street Brewing Co. is a historic brewpub in downtown Rockford, Illinois producing handcrafted and locally-sourced food and beer. It is also home to many popular events such as Dinner on the Dock, Rockford Handmade Market, and Ale Yeah Yoga. The facility itself houses event and banquet space for weddings and corporate events, as well as office space, lofts and a marina. For more information, visit psbrewingco.com or call 815-277-9427. — *Reservation pricing does not include food or drink (buffet-style food and beer tents/bars are located nearby for your convenience). Table reservations are available upon order of earliest request, and the $5/person is non-refundable.
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  • Those who dance are considered insane by those who cannot hear the music.