After smashing its attendance record in 2014, Ashley for the Arts, one of Wisconsin’s largest charity events, appears headed for another historic year.

The Fray, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, and Easton Corbin Headline Ashley for the Arts
The Fray, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, and Easton Corbin Headline Ashley for the Arts

Its music entertainment will include world-renowned pop rock band The Fray, Jersey Boys Rock legend Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, and Country star Easton Corbin. The magic formula is set: Three bona fide headliners and three days of world class entertainment, art and family-friendly activities for only five dollars. On top of that, the event recently announced significant improvements to its “guest accommodations”, including a new main stage location in the South Field of Arcadia’s Memorial Park, double the number of food vendors, 200 additional campsites at Pietrek Park, and quadruple the number of bus shuttles between parking, camping and the event grounds. To reserve a site, campers are being directed to call the Trempealeau County Clerk’s office at 715-538-2311, extension 201.

Ashley Furniture CEO Todd Wanek said, “Words cannot express our gratitude for the financial support of the event sponsors and the time, energy, and effort that more than 800 volunteers put forth to make this such a special event. Together, they have helped provide families with affordable access to world class art and entertainment while raising funds for local schools, children’s charities, medical research and area cancer patients who are having trouble paying for their treatments.”

Ashley for the Arts will also feature its customary art and craft show, a car show, an air park, interactive art activities, a run/walk event, a bike race, a kid’s obstacle course, hot air balloons and an unforgettable fireworks show.

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