Crowds of 15,000 to 30,000 people are expected to attend the event, Stibeck said.
Born and raised in Racine, Stibeck said he’s bringing the event to Caledonia because there were a number of fun things to do while he was growing up, but they went away.
“We’ve lost these things and I want to bring the cool stuff back to Racine,” Stibeck said. “But we are bringing this to Caledonia because of the relationship we have with Will Rock and FM Entertainment.”
The concert line-up has not been announced, but more details are expected in two weeks.
This isn’t the only concert Stibeck is organizing, he’s also part of the group putting the Kraut Music Fest together, a four-day music festival at the Caledonia and Mount Pleasant Memorial Park that will be held June 18 through June 21.
The Kraut Music Fest is more of an all ages, family oriented event that will feature many types of music over four days while the WIIL Rock Fest will be a one-day rock festival, he said.
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