Night Life & Entertainment
The Area's Best Live Entertainment
Join us throughout the week for a solid schedule of live entertainment presented on our state of the art stage and dance floor. Regional and national acts playing rock, pop, blues and country are featured weekly.
We're always looking for talented musicians to play at Wild Bull Saloon. We have a variety of opportunities available. If you're in a band or even know of a great band you think we should book, please drop us line via our contact form. Make sure that you leave proper contact information or a link to the band on the web.Visit Our Contact Form
|Hours||9pm – 2am||9pm – 2am||9pm – 2am|
|Live Music||---||Rock & CountryLive & Acoustic9pm – 11pmCheck below for scheduled shows||Rock & CountryLive Bands9pm – 11pmCheck below for scheduled shows|
|Late Night||DJ & DancingTop 40 & Dance11pm – 2am||DJ & DancingTop 40 & Dance11pm – 2am||DJ & DancingTop 40 & Dance11pm – 2am|
DJ & DANCING
Friday & Saturday Late Nights | Beginning at 11pm
Local DJ's take the helm late night to keep the party going. If you love to dance get down here early and experience Kalamazoo's most dynamic dance floor.
We Know Jackson
Friday | March 7th | 9pm
What do you get when you combine three college-trained musicians with more than 45 years of combined musical experience? You get the refreshing sound of the pop/rock band, We Know Jackson. With fast fingers and a velvet voice is Chris Janowiak on keyboards and lead vocals. Providing the low-end foundation on the electric bass is WKJ's newest member, Henry Rensch. Layin’ down the beats behind the drum kit is Hayes Greer. Both Henry and Hayes add a sound unmatched by any other group with their clever backing vocals. Chris formed WKJ in January 2007 and followed with the addition of Hayes in 2010 and Henry in 2011. Since its formation, the guys have been writing and recording original music as well as playing shows relentlessly to promote their self-titled album. Although classified as a pop/rock band, the influences heard in We Know Jackson’s music range from Stevie Wonder to Phish, Miles Davis to Hanson, Jon McLaughlin to Jason Mraz, and everything in between. Due to this eclectic blend of influences, there is always a fresh and exciting spontaneity to their music. You may be asking yourself, “who’s Jackson?”. Come experience a WKJ show and you and your friends will be able to say, “We Know Jackson!”Artist Website
WRKR 107.7 & The Entertainment District Present
Live & Acoustic
Saturday | April 5th | Doors at 8pm | Gen Adm: 21 & Up
Onyx, Pop Evil's third album, is a triumph of hard rock perseverance and rabble-rousing attitude, the type of record that inspires like minded outsiders to optimism. Onyx is a swaggering, fist-pumping, ball-busting ride through American rock. The grandiose melody of the '70s, the danger of the '80s, the emotion of the '90s and the loudest of modern riffs all have a home in Pop Evil, who fashion a fresh sound that looks to the future through the prism of rock's past.
Pop Evil returns from a recent European Tour supporting Five Finger Death Punch, to play a few select acoustic dates in their home state. Wild Bull just happens to be one of those lucky stops.Artist Website
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THE COUNTRY DEEP TOUR
PRESENTED BY AT&T U-VERSE FEATURING…
WSG Canaan Smith & Austin Webb
Sunday | April 13th | 8pm | 18 & Up
If you ask Jana Kramer to describe her life in this very moment she would say, “Dreams really do come true.” The singer/songwriter/actress has already had success with three songs that were featured on The CW’s “One Tree Hill,” where she plays the firecracker actress, Alex Dupre. Jana will debut a fourth song on “One Tree Hill” this upcoming season that will air mid-January.
Jana is no stranger to the bright lights with her impressive string of movie and television roles, but she credits her recent break into the music industry as her most important accomplishment to date.
“I love acting, but my heart and soul is in singing. I’ve been terrified to pursue this dream because it’s so personal to me. If someone tells me they don’t like my voice, it’s a lot harder of a hit to take,” said Jana. “This is what I’ve always wanted to do. I’ve wanted to do music my entire life.
Growing up in Michigan, Jana is no stranger to the rich history of country music, crediting one of her favorite memories to baking cookies with her grandmother while listening to Patsy Cline. These little moments are one of the many reasons why Jana hopes to share her music with others.
And she’s doing just that as the singer-songwriter is lighting up country music with her emotionally moving songs and sweet, country vocals, selling over 150,000 digital singles in the first six months. All eyes are on Jana as she boldly graces country music with a fresh, new sound and powerful new music.
“Country music is in my blood. I love country music because it tells a story and I have a lot of stories to tell.”Jana Kramer’s Website Canaan Smith’s Website Austin Webb’s Website Buy Tickets Online
Z96.5 & FusionShows Present
WSG PARADE OF LIGHTS & Flint Eastwood
Thursday | April 17th | 8pm | 18 & Up
For X Ambassadors, an unshakable sense of brotherhood has long shaped the sound and spirit of the band. Growing up in small-town upstate New York, frontman Sam Harris, his brother Casey, and childhood friend Noah Feldshuh bonded over an obsessive love for punk, rock & roll, soul, and hip-hop that defied the conventions of their peer group. Forming their first band in middle school, the three channeled their infatuation with artists as eclectic as The Stooges and The Staple Singers into a string of musical projects that sharply clashed with their local scene’s favoring of folk and country. After graduating high school and decamping to New York City in search of a greater music community, the Harris brothers and Noah joined up with L.A.-raised drummer Adam Levin—a move that helped X Ambassadors solidify their sound into a groove-fueled take on alt-pop, and ultimately land a deal with KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records.
Not only fuel for their creative spirit, X Ambassadors’ commitment to collaboration reflects an unfailing belief in the unifying power of music. Noting that the band’s small-town beginnings infinitely inform their output, Sam points out that “all those middle-school dances where they played Ginuwine and Ol’ Dirty Bastard and all different kids would just come together and dance” have proved to be one of his most formative musical experiences. “It’s always been my goal to make music that’s unique and personal and completely true to who we are, but in a way that’s got a very communal feeling to it, that can be shared with everyone,” he says. “If a song’s melodies can feel perfectly formed but also natural, where you’re feeling it so much that everyone else can’t help but feel it too, then that’s just beautiful.”Artist Website Buy Tickets