Sponsors of the Oshkosh Music Artist Series have shown a dedicated support to our local education system and creative arts community while helping to make this concert series possible.
The Oshkosh Independent is a locally owned and operated online news and events outlet featuring local writers and covering the Oshkosh area, with a commitment to supporting and promoting the local arts. The Oshkosh Independent has emerged as the premier local online outlet for music and arts news and promotion. www.oshkoshindependent.com
MUSICIAN SPONSOR: HEID MUSIC
Founded in 1948, Heid Music continues to be the area’s leading outlet for musical sales and lessons, including instrument sales and repairs, music supplies, and an extensive offering of instrument lessons. Heid is a founding member of OMAS. 1750 W South Park Ave, Oshkosh. www.heidmusic.com
THE ALGOMA CLUB
The Algoma Club, located above Manila Resto at 103 Algoma Blvd in downtown Oshkosh, is the area’s premiere historic banquet and reception hall. The Algoma Club is a proud supporter of local music and the arts, and has served as the venue for the first four OMAS concerts. For booking, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. www.algomaclub.com.
Located in downtown Oshkosh’s City Center, Becket’s Restaurant offers contemporary dining in a casual setting. Whether you enjoy the beautiful dining room overlooking the Fox River or reserve our private dining room for your next special event, Becket’s provides the perfect gathering place for friends, family and visitors. Beckets City Center Atrium served as the venue for the November 15, 2014 city-wide choir concert. http://becketsrestaurant.com/
Experience what Filipino fine dining is all about. Entice your senses with the aroma of authentic marinades, the taste of rich sauces, savory meats and fresh sushi, and enjoy yourself at the innovative robata grill. Manila is a melting pot of food and culture—a fusion of Filipino, Asian and American inspirations—to bring a fresh spin on exotic dishes. Located in downtown Oshkosh, dine in a contemporary setting that feels authentic yet casual. www.manilaresto.com
CRANKY PATS PIZZERIA
Over 50 years ago, two young men with a love of pizza moved from Chicago to the Fox Valley. In May 1955, Pat Earle and Frank Pierri introduced their delicious, oven-fired, thin-crust pizza to a community that had barely heard of pizza. Of course, it didn’t take long for the Fox Valley to fall for Frank and Pat’s specialty. Over five decades of serving pizza and other Italian specialties, Cranky Pat’s now has three locations, each with their own unique character. http://crankypats.com/oshkosh/home