Josh Thompson to Headline Port Washington's 50th Annual Fish Day

Apr. 10, 2014
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Port Washington’s Fish Day will celebrate its 50th anniversary this summer on Saturday, July 19, and today the festival revealed its headliner: Josh Thompson, the Nashville by way of Cedarburg, Wis., country singer who has scored hits with brew-themed songs like “Beer on the Table” and, more recently, “Cold Beer with Your Name on It.”

Billed as the largest single-day outdoor fish fry and music festival in the world, Fish Day will also include an 8K run and 2 mile Fun Run/Walk at 8 a.m., a parade through downtown Port Washington at 10 a.m., a classic car show, carnival rides, helicopter rides, a smoked fish-eating contest and fireworks, along with five stages of food and entertainment. Admission is free, except for the main stage, which requires a button that’s $2 in advance of $3 at the gate.

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