Cancellations will be announced to the area radio stations by 2:00pm. We will notify KXRA and KIKV, Facebook and here on our website if a concert is cancelled.
Traditional, classic country music is alive and well! The Honky Tonk Stardust Cowboys play the country tunes of bygone days. Their song list includes classic hits from artists such as: Loretta Lynn, Rosanne Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Tany Tucker and many more as well as a number of eary rock and roll…
What a beautiful night on The Lawn! So much talent in this group, and great selections! Can’t go wrong with this tune from Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young! Great harmonies!! Broken Fiddle’s return was sponsored tonight by The Alexandria Rotary Club! Thank you to the Alexandria Rotary Club for tonight’s sponsorship! Don’t forget their Annual…
Our Mission Statement
To support arts activities in Douglas and surrounding counties in Minnesota
The Red Willow Arts Coalition presents the Summer Concert Series on the Courthouse Lawn in Alexandria Minnesota.
These weekly musical concerts run from late May through Early September. Red Willow Arts Coalition is proud to promote and support the Arts in Central Minnesota!
The courthouse lawn concerts have become one of the areas most popular social gatherings.
Every Thursday evening, friends and families gather on the lawn to picnic and listen to live music. The concerts are free to the public and supported by sponsorships from local businesses.
A wide variety of musical styles is sure to provide an entertaining family friendly evening. Concerts begin at 7:00pm, and conclude by 8:30, with a short break for announcements and to thank sponsors.
Popcorn and water are available for sale by local youth groups.
The Douglas County Courthouse property is smoke and alcohol free. Come and enjoy a Minnesota summer evening with friends and neighbors!
We are sad to learn of the passing of Bill Gossman of The Green Lake Bluegrass Band. Not only was he a talented musician and artist, he also was the mayor of New London, Minnesota, and an all-around cool person. Bill passed Tuesday after a 5 month battle with cancer.
His laid-back optimism will be missed by many. RWAC wishes love and peace to his friends and family.