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4th of July Celebration, feat. Science is FUN and Gabe Burdulis

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Join us on the Terrace for a Fourth of July celebration on Saturday, July 2! Grab a cup of Babcock ice cream, an ice cold beverage, and a brat and enjoy. As always, amazing views and sunset photo ops are included in the experience. 

3-5pm: Wild Rumpus Circus Performers & the Amazing 12-Foot Trout

8:15-9:15pm: Science is FUN
Learn about science and fireworks with Bassam Shakhashiri, Rod Schreiner & Lee Marek; featuring Bucky Badger, Mike Leckrone, and the UW Band. 

10pm-Midnight: Gabe Burdulis 
Gab Burdulis is a young singer/songwriter based out of Nashville, TN. He was raised in Madison, WI as a self taught multi-instrumentalist. He started playing in bands, writing songs and performing at the age of 12. Burdulis grew up playing the and listening to pop music, although he has been described as a "country John Mayer".

As a songwriter Burdulis' expertise is in love songs. His lyrics and music have been referred to as "a virtual clinic on songwriting expertise" (Rick Tvedt of Local Sounds Magazine). His acoustic songs will hit you straight in the heart and his melodies will leave you wanting more. He is often said to have an old soul and through some of his lyrics you might believe it.

 

In the case of inclement weather, this event may be delayed or canceled.
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