The Swingin’ Door Big Band, a subsidiary of the Peninsula Symphonic Band, is performing at the Lodge at Leathem Smith on Thursday, February 13 and Sunday, April 26, 2020.
Patrons of these great events will get a taste of what life was like in a bygone era.
Swingin’ Door Big Band is a 1930’s style big band, with dinner and swing dance performances in authentic Door County venues like The Lodge at Leathem Smith. The band mimics the sound of a 1930’s style big band infusing mellow strains of beautiful melodies and the punctuation of percussion and brass for swinging tunes.
The Lodge at Leathem Smith originally opened in 1928 as the Commodore Country Club and re-opened in 1946 as the Leathem Smith Lodge. The Lodge will be serving up top-notch cuisine for an unforgettable night in its beautiful, historic venue.
Dinner will consist of Amish Panko Encrusted Chicken with Brandy Cream Sauce or Stuffed Pork Loin with Apple Bacon Chutney. Dinner is at 5pm, show is at 7pm. Cost of dinner and the show is $35, OR $20 for just the show and a $10 drink credit. Please call (920) 743-5555 for reservations.
About the Swingin’ Door Big Band
The Swingin’ Door Big Band group is made up of members of the Peninsula Symphonic Band, Door County’s community band, founded in 1990. Membership in the Peninsula Symphonic Band is open to any high school or adult musician who has a reasonable instrumental proficiency and the desire to join with other like-minded musicians to make great music. Learn more about the Peninsula Symphonic Band at www.peninsulasymphonicband.org.
About the Lodge at Leathem Smith
The Lodge at Leathem Smith is a historic full-service resort in Sturgeon Bay, WI that can accommodate a simple weekend away or an elaborate wedding or conference. Rooms range from standard rooms to elegant suites all steps away from the beautiful waters of Sturgeon Bay and the Madeline Marina. For more information visitwww.thelodgeatls.com.