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Previous events


Zach Pietrini Band- Chill On the Hill


Zach Pietrini Duo Berkshire Sessions


3 Sheeps Brewing 7th Anniversary Party

3 sheeps brewing, 1837 North Ave, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53083, sheboygan

Join us on Saturday May 11th from 11am until close as we celebrate 7 years of great times, our amazing fans and BEER! Here are the details:

• The release of our Anniversary beers, Bourbon Barrel Aged Uber Joe and Bourbon Barrel Aged Paid Time Off. • Tickets for bottle allotments go on sale Sunday March 10th at 6 pm. Tickets are $15, which allows you the ability to purchase up to 5 bottles of each Anniversary Beer at $15 per bottle. Your allotment ticket includes 2 tickets which can be redeemed for two pours of any beer on tap, with the exception of our two anniversary beers and special timed releases. The remaining ticket price will be donated to our friends at Safe Harbor. • Live Music from Kyle Megna & The Monsoons(Duo), Zach Pietrini and The Honeygoats • This event is CASH ONLY. There will be an ATM available on site • Timed releases of special, vintage beers. • This is NOT a ticketed event. You do NOT need a ticket to gain entry to the event. Doors will open promptly at 11am at which time our biggest bash of the year will commence! • One allotment ticket per person, no proxies please. • Allotment tickets will be honored between 11AM and 4PM. At 4PM, any unclaimed bottles will be released for sale to the general public, with the same $15 per bottle price and limit of 5 of each beer. • Bottle shares are welcome, as long as the other patrons and the brewery/taproom are treated in a respectful manner • Food Trucks and local food vendors will be on hand all day

The Zach Pietrini Band w/ Paige Hargrove at Hey Nonny

Hey Nonny, 10 S. Vail Ave , Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005

FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2019 Doors @ 7:30pm Showtime @ 8:30pm

Voted Best Live Act in Milwaukee (Milwaukee Magazine, 2017), it’s been 4 years since Zach Pietrini showed up on the Milwaukee music scene. Despite being a Chicago transplant, Zach Pietrini has become a recognized name around town playing featured spots at Summerfest and Bastille Days. At the forefront of the Americana resurgence in the north country, Pietrini quickly distinguished himself with his fearless vulnerability, prolific writing, and dynamic live show. “Pietrini’s skill is crafting the kind of Americana that gets right into you with a beguiling friendliness” (88Nine Radio Milwaukee).