Fire & Ice Concert Ben Mulwana

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BDACT Fire & Ice Winter Concert Series Ben Mulwana with Special Guest TAE


Ben Mulwana
with Special Guest TAE

Saturday | April 9 | 7 pm
(Doors open at 6 pm)
BDACT Fine Arts Center – Kamps Auditorium
Tickets: All reserved seating $20

Presented by the Horicon Phoenix Project and the Beaver Dam Area Community Theatre (BDACT)


NOTE: By purchasing tickets, you and members of your party agree to adhere to BDACT’s 2022 COVID-19 Policies.


  • BDACT Box Office
    117 W. Maple Ave., Beaver Dam (920-885-6891)
    Tues & Thurs 10 am–4 pm
  • Rechek’s Food Pride
    106 S. Spring St., Beaver Dam (920-887-7675)

The Fire & Ice Winter Concert Series highlights the region’s favorite bands and up-and-coming groups.

There’s no better place to celebrate Wisconsin’s best music in a casual and relaxed environment. Concessions including a selection of beer, wine, rail drinks, White Claw, soda, water, popcorn, and candy will be available. 

Ben Mulwana and Band (Headliner)

Ben Mulwana is a Ugandan-born and raised artist residing in Wisconsin. With soulful lyrics and a diverse range of musical inspiration, Ben’s music has a storytelling quality that is both unique and familiar. Whether alone or with his band, he brings high energy, engaging with his listeners and sharing his heart through his music.

Ben released his debut EP, “Wano Naawe”, in June 2019; and his most recently released single, “Lies of the Devil”, is available on all streaming platforms. Ben is set to release his next project in the spring of 2022.

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TAE (Special Guest)

A Green Bay native, TAE is an original artist, with works reflecting the influences of R&B, soul, and pop/rock. Don’t be surprised to find a wide array of instrumentation and surprising surges of various styles within her art.
With many stories to share, TAE’s work stands as a force to inspire social change and bring awareness to listeners about the dynamics of the world. In addition to worldly topics, TAE’s music explores the inner human dialogue. She also directs her attention to concepts of self-love, love received, and love given.
Since 2012, TAE performed mainly as a soloist and began traveling across the US beginning in  2019 to reach new listeners. Her first full-length album, “What Love Is” was released January 1, 2020. She recently joined forces with four other musicians (Andy Welsch, Daniel Pingrey, David Blessent, and Kelvin Kaspar) to create a new project called TAE & The Neighborly. They are currently recording an album, with an anticipated release this spring.

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