Feb 15 , 2020

Lee Rocker of the Stray Cats

Double Bass Player

Event Description

Lee Rocker made his mark singing, playing, standing on, spinning and rocking his giant upright bass as a founding member (along with Brian Setzer and Slim Jim Phantom), of the Grammy nominated music group The Stray Cats, who sold over 10 million albums, garnered 23 gold and platinum certified records,
and were music video pioneers of the MTV.  The Stray Cat’s worldwide mega hits “Stray Cat Strut”, “Sexy and Seventeen” and “Rock this Town” have become a part of the fabric of rock and roll. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has included “Rock this Town” as one of the 500 most important songs in rock. 

 

 

Door Opening Times

Doors open 1 hour before the performance

Directions & Parking

From the South via US Highway 41:
Take exit #164 for S Oneida Street/Waube Lane. At the base of exit stay to the right and merge onto S Oneida Street (north). Continue north on S Oneida Street for approximately 2 miles. Take left onto Anderson Drive (west). Continue west on Anderson Drive for approximately ¼ mile. Take a right onto S Ridge Road (north). The Ashwaubenon PAC will be on your right.

From the North via US Highway 41:
Take exit #167 for Lombardi Avenue. At the base of exit take left onto Lombardi Avenue (east). Continue east on Lombardi Avenue for approximately 1 mile. Take a right onto S Ridge Road (south). Continue south on S Ridge Road for approximately 1 mile. The Ashwaubenon PAC will be on your left.

From the North or South via Interstate 43:
Take exit #180 for WI-172 West. Continue west on WI-172 for approximately 6 miles. Take the Oneida Street/Ashland Avenue exit. At the base of exit take left onto Pilgrim Way (west). Continue west on Pilgrim Way for approximately ¼ mile. Take right onto S Oneida Street (north). Continue north on S Oneida Street for ⅛ mile. Take left onto Anderson Drive (west). Continue west on Anderson Drive for approximately ¼ mile. Take a right onto S Ridge Road (north). The Ashwaubenon PAC will be on your right.

From the North via WI-54/57:
At interchange for Interstate 43, take exit for I-43 South to Milwaukee. Merge onto I-43 headed south. Continue on I-43 for approximately 4 miles. Take exit #180 for WI-172 West. Continue west on WI-172 for approximately 6 miles. Take the Oneida Street/Ashland Avenue exit. At the base of exit take left onto Pilgrim Way (west). Continue west on Pilgrim Way for approximately ¼ mile. Take right onto S Oneida Street (north). Continue north on S Oneida Street for ⅛ mile. Take left onto Anderson Drive (west). Continue west on Anderson Drive for approximately ¼ mile. Take a right onto S Ridge Road (north). The Ashwaubenon PAC will be on your right.

From the West via WI-29/32:
At interchange for US Highway 41, take US Highway 41 South exit to Appleton. Merge onto US Highway 41 headed south. Continue on US Highway 41 for approximately 2 miles. Take exit #167 for Lombardi Avenue. At the base of exit take left onto Lombardi Avenue (east). Continue east on Lombardi Avenue for approximately 1 mile. Take a right onto S Ridge Road (south). Continue south on S Ridge Road for approximately 1 mile. The Ashwaubenon PAC will be on your left.

From the West via WI-54/W Mason Street:
At US Highway 41, take US Highway 41 South to Appleton. Merge onto US Highway 41 headed south. Continue south on US Highway 41 for approximately ¼ mile. Take exit #167 for Lombardi Avenue. At the base of exit take left onto Lombardi Avenue (east). Continue east on Lombardi Avenue for approximately 1 mile. Take a right onto S Ridge Road (south). Continue south on S Ridge Road for approximately 1 mile. The Ashwaubenon PAC will be on your left.

Special Needs

Accessible Seating

Please inform your customer care representative at time of ticket purchase if special seating is required as ample accessible seating locations are available.  Of additional note, no stairs are required to access seats located in rows A-L of the PAC.  Stairs are required, however, to access seats in rows M-Y.

Hearing Enhancement

The Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center is equipped with a Hearing Loop System that cuts out a significant amount of background noise for audience members with hearing aids or cochlear implants. Our special Hearing Loop receivers can be checked out free of charge at Coat Check.  A driver’s license or credit card is held until the unit is returned after the show.

To utilize the hearing loop system, hearing aids must be equipped with a telecoil, or a T-coil.  The T-coil in the hearing aid must be activated by an audiologist and switched on.

If you do not have a T-coil equipped hearing aid or cochlear implant but wish to benefit from the hearing loop system, a special receiver and earpiece can also be checked out free of charge.

Additional Questions?

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