Felix and Fingers’ top performers Jim and Michael took a trip to Wisconsin to play for this Circa on Seventh Kenosha Wedding. It was a beautiful night in a beautiful venue. There was a very special vibe in the air this night and we couldn’t have been more proud to be a part of it.
Circa on Seventh Kenosha Wedding
We’re going on record to say that Circa on Seventh has the best staff around. Due to the pandemic and local unrest, this was a night that almost didn’t happen. But these professionals pulled out all the stops and made our bride and groom’s day one of the best ever. Times like these call for extra measures and we want you to know that we are dedicated to making your day as special as can be–just like this excellent staff.
Circa on Seventh, with its gorgeous decor, has a really special vibe. It really is perfect for weddings. The upstairs area is just right for staging, lounging, or seating extra guests. And the food here is always delicious. We dined on chicken, potatoes, and some of the most yummy green beans we’ve ever had. Because of local protests, there was a seven o’clock curfew. The staff made sure that we were able to have a full wedding with nothing left out. The last minute time adjustment did not hamper their perfect service at all. They were awesome, truly awesome. Please click here to find out more about this great venue.
Whatever is going on in our world, we want you to know that we will do anything possible to make your big day as special as can be. Felix and Fingers has excellent protocols in place to ensure your safety and the safety of your guests. We’re happy to report that despite everything that was going on, this night became one of the most memorable weddings at which we’ve performed. It started with the excellent attitude of our bride and groom. We can imagine how upset many couples might be over current conditions. Jamie and Andre did not let anything get in the way of celebrating their love. And it showed!
Masked and Magnificent
Jim and Michael performed seamlessly for this Circa on Seventh Kenosha Wedding. Jim took control of most of the country requests (and there were a LOT). His version of Bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flatts was truly inspired. Michael made sure to learn the one Bette Midler song that would get the father of the bride on the dance floor with his wife. It was Do You Want to Dance and the couple did, indeed, dance beautifully. We noticed that the entire guest list danced all night with masks on. We were impressed with their dedication to making this a safe, while still beautiful, night. Way to go!
Felix and Fingers main goal is to make sure your special night is full of memories that will last a lifetime. And we’re sure this Circa on Seventh Kenosha Wedding did just that. Please click here to find out more about us and find our contact information. We’d love to bring our awesome dueling piano, DJ, or full band sound to your big day too.
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