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Central Wisconsin Singer Songwriter Jim Carlson will be performing two shows in Downtown Wausau, WI on Saturday September 6th:
  • Wausau Festival of Arts - 400 Block Stage - 12:00 - 12:45 - All Ages
  • Limericks Public House - Scott Street - Downtown Wausau - 9 pm - 21+
Jim brings a rock edge to contemporary folk music and will be performing original selections as well as select cover material from contemporary artists. 


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