Boogie with Boogie!



Fan favorite Boogie and the Yo-Yo’z will be rockin’ the Square at Cheese Days, and if you’d like to boogie up front with the band, here’s your chance!

Ten lucky Boogie fans will party in a reserved VIP section when the band plays the main stage at Cheese Days on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at 8:30 pm. The “Boogie with Boogie” VIP Package includes personal wait staff to deliver food and beverages to the area, which will be cordoned off to one side right in front of the stage and set up with tall cocktail tables. Included are drink tokens for the Cheese Days Beer & Wine Tent, gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches from the National Historic Cheesemaking Center stand, a variety pack of desserts from other booths, plus Cheese Days tchotchkes and Cheese Days “Boogie with Boogie” t-shirts.

The winning bidder in a special auction walks away with the VIP Package donated by Green County Cheese Days. Everyone attending the Monsignor Thomas F. Campion Cheese Tasting and Steak Dinner will be invited to bid. The ticketed event – which includes cheese tasting from the World Championship Contest, a steak dinner, and free beer – takes place on Friday, May 11 from 4 – 8 pm at the Monroe Den, 1506 – 31st Avenue, Monroe. In honor of the occasion, auctioneer Dave Konig will sell the package that night at 7 pm while wearing a cheese sombrero instead of his usual cowboy hat. The Cheese Days royalty team – King & Queen Gordy and Ruth Bergemann, and Ambassador Tess Zettle – will attend to cheer on the bidders.

Advance tickets, highly recommended for this sell-out event, are available at Heartland Graphics and Monroe Glass in Monroe, and Bank of New Glarus-Sugar River Bank branches in Monroe, New Glarus, Juda and Brodhead.

All proceeds from the auction package (as well as proceeds from the tasting event) go to the Monsignor Thomas F. Campion Charitable Fund, in support of causes that were close to Father Campion’s heart – including educational and charitable projects related to advocacy for youth and the disabled. This non-profit 501(c)(3) organization is administered through the Monroe Fund by the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin. For more information, go to the web site