Grab a taste of the best food cart fare Madison has to offer, listen to live music from Oshkosh folk/bluegrass band, Dead Horses, and enjoy a selection of craft beer in the sun.
Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Caribean Tacos: Chicken, Pork, and Veggie
Rice and beans
Jamaican Ice Tea
Shredded beef and cheese empanada
Sweet plantain and roasted garlic veggie empanada
A variety of Beer Jelly
Gourmet White Popcorn
Variety of Flavored Popcorn
Fresh Squeezed Lemonade
Tacos Al Pastor
Arroz con Gandules
Squash Curry Chicken
Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches
Kin-Kin Coffee espresso bar
Tamales (gluten free)
Chocolate Chip Brownies
Lumpia (handrolled Filipino eggroll)
Choice of Pork, Veggie, or Cheddar
Caldereta (savory, tomato-coconut based stew) served over rice. Choice of Chicken or Tofu
Fresh Fruit Juice
Fresh Fruit Smoothies
Fresh Spring Rolls
Pulled Chicken or Pulled Pork Slider
Buffalo chicken slider
Sweet potato slider
Chips & dip
Chips & Salsa
Red Beans & Rice
All Beef Hotdogs
Organic green juices
Bite size cheesecakes:
Lemon Lavender and White Chocolate cheesecake
GF Key Lime Mint Cheesecake with a pure almond crust
Banana Cheesecake with Nutella and strawberries
Dead Horses is a young acoustic band with a cultivated folk sensibility well beyond their years. Hailing from a small Wisconsin town made world famous by a pair of overalls, the Oshkosh, WI based troupe craft powerful coming of age narratives sung by the alluring golden-haired songstress Sarah Vos.
"Dead Horses' sound is equally beautiful and effortless."
-"Simply Folk" on Wisconsin Public Radio
Following the release of their second album 'Space and Time' in 2014, Dead Horses have been touring tirelessly across the Midwest to glowing review, including shows with Brooklyn folksters Swear & Shake, Wisconsin troubadour Cory Chisel and Minneapolis newgrassers Pert Near Sandstone.
"Throughout, 'Space and Time' showcases instrumental virtuosity, masterful songwriting, and heartfelt soul--an overwhelmingly impressive album."
-Those Who Dig
Vos (whose musical influence reads like most early-American folk musicians) was raised by a preacher father and spent a good part of her childhood singing bible hymns. Her gospel, living free and unapologetically, is supported with conviction by Tim McIlree on fiddle and mandolin, Peter Raboin on acoustic guitar and Daniel Wolff on double bass.
Wrenclaw is a Wisconsin original. Blending country harmonies and slithery slide guitars, they create a down-home, backwoods soul shakedown.Wrenclaw captures the longing and redemption of one-horse towns and whistelstop childhood memories. Dan Walkner’s voice shimmers and growls; his timeless guitar slides and slurs with bottleneck flourishes. Wrenclaw digs deep in gospel, delta, and back-country roots to create captivating moods. The song-writing is emotive yet never sentimental; honest and universal, but never cliche. Wrenclaw’s self-titled debut was released in early 2014.
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