Three shows in the 5 for 5 Max and Emily’s Summer Concert Series have come and gone, and in just one week another group will take the stage.  Grab a friend, grab a chair and get ready for the grooving free music of the Suacecats

The Saucecats are described as ‘an eclectic group of seasoned musicians’ and have played at festivals large and small throughout the state of Michigan. The group was formed in the fall of 2001 by musicians who were interested in playing fun, energetic music for fun energetic crowds of all sizes.
The Saucecats are composed of 8 musicians, all of whom provide vocals, giving the group a full and unique sound. These musicians also play a variety of instruments, including the guitar, keyboard, trombone and accordion just to name a few.
Their voices and instruments combine to create a unique style of music with influences from New Orleans funk and jazz. The band also plays several Latin and Caribbean inspired tunes guaranteed to get you on your feet.
Don’t miss out on a fun night full of music and dancing when the Saucecats hit the stage July 25th at 7pm on Broadway part of the 5th Annual Max and Emily’s Summer Concert Series, sponsored by Isabella Bank, Downtown Mt. Pleasant, Central Michigan University, and Max and Emily’s Eatery.