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The name was chosen to draw attention to our most valuable, unique and recognizable resource, our waterways. The event takes place on the shores of the historic Fox River in Downtown Oshkosh.
The recreational assets of these bodies of water provide great value and sense of pride to area residents, businesses and visitors.
World class fishing, international sailing events, ice boating, pleasure boating, swimming and hunting are some of the many activities we celebrate. Some 2, fans may be in attendance on any given evening. We are prepared to greet 30, guests or more during the 8 evenings of entertainment.
The downtown patios, beer gardens and clubs bustle before and after the event, so come early and stay late! The Park and Riverfront welcomes boaters and tailgaters who picnic before and during the event.
Music generally starts a few minutes after the gates open and never runs past 11pm.
Waterfest beats the heat and those summer re-runs! Enjoy for family and friends at a great event! There may also be special deals on admissions on some dates. All visitors must wear a patron wristband Sorry No Carry Ins. The members of Waterfest Inc. When it rains it really 'poors'. The cost of the entertainment is covered in part by the generous sponsorships we receive, a portion of the admission proceeds and a portion of the concession proceeds.
Any surplus is generally invested in the following years entertainment budget or to help cover the previous years shortfall. The Chamber of Commerce is hired annually to coordinate the involvement of the various volunteer organizations to help with the concessions and other event requirements.
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That is why they call it Waterfest. Format works despite the line dancing. The Guess Who headline -- great show! Shows at Grand during Waterfest end. The highly ambitious schedule included 5 stages, carnival, comedy film festival, Waterski and Laser light shows.
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