11th Annual Alive After Five
August 26 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 5:00 pm on Thursday, repeating until August 26, 2021
11th Annual Alive After Five Returns This Thursday
Mankato, MN, August 3, 2021 – City Center Partnership (CCP) is excited to announce its 11th annual Alive After 5, a free summer concert series held on Thursday evenings from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm., August 5 through August 26 at Civic Center Plaza in downtown Mankato. This fun after-hours event, presented by Schell’s Brewing Company, offers a social gathering for co-workers, friends and family to enjoy live music, food, beverages and an artisan market in a relaxed outdoor setting.
Join us for our 2021 band lineup:
August 5: William Elliott Whitmore (roots-folk, country, Americana)
August 12: International Reggae All Stars (reggae, R & B)
August 19: The Federales (classic country for the modern world)
August 26: Seasaw (indie-pop)
Alive After 5 gives people from all around the region an opportunity to take a break and enjoy dinner, tunes and togetherness in the City Center. Attendees may purchase meals, snacks and beverages from a variety of local vendors, including Pub 500, Wooden Spoon and Pizza Ranch. Parking is available in the Civic Center and Cherry Street ramps at no cost. KMSU will live stream for the first hour of the series every Thursday.
This year’s Alive After 5, presented by Schell’s Brewing Company, is sponsored by Charter Communications, Fun.com, Harry Meyering Center, SouthPoint Financial Credit Union, True Real Estate, Clean Water, Land & Legacy Amendment & KMSU, Radio Mankato, and Alpha Media Mankato.
For more information, visit https://citycentermankato.com/aa5
About City Center Partnership
City Center Partnership, a downtown development organization, is a business unit of Greater Mankato Growth, Inc. (GMG) which includes the chamber of commerce and economic development organization, Greater Mankato Growth, the local convention and visitor’s bureau, Visit Mankato and GreenSeam, which utilizes agriculture to build on the region’s extensive agribusiness assets to develop the ag economy.