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520 E. Wells St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 257-8005
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Cathedral Square Park has the appeal and look of a small Central Park. Plenty of benches, trees and a children's area make Cathedral Park a wonderful get-away area in an otherwise busy downtown. Host of the Thursday night "Cathedral Park Jazz" concerts and the Saturday morning "East Town Farm Market," the park is always happening. And it's got free Wi-Fi.
 
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July 7, 2015 - Sept. 2, 2015
Gothic Milwaukee: Haunted Historical Walking Tours

Explore historic downtown Milwaukee with your own costumed guide to hear tales of the city's hidden past, dark secrets and eerie sightings. Walking tours run rain or shine and last approx 90 mins. See our website for more details and to purchase tickets.

July 9, 2015
Jazz in the Park

Jazz in the Park is Milwaukee's favorite free, outdoor, summer music series, featuring an eclectic lineup of jazz, big band, funk, R & B, reggae, blues and more. Performers come from across town or across the country.

Concerts take place Thursday evenings, 5pm-9pm from June 4  through September 3, in Cathedral Square Park.  Music starts at 6pm, but stop by early for Jazz in the Park Happy Hour and get great drink specials from 5-6pm! 

July 9, 2015 - July 12, 2015
Bastille Days

Downtown Milwaukee will host one of the largest French-themed celebrations in the country. Enjoy live music, an international marketplace, tasty French and cajun dishes, the BMO Harris Bank Storm the Bastille Run/Walk, Mardi Gras parades, roaming busker entertainment and a 43-ft. Eiffel Tower replica. Downtown has never been so a la mode.

July 16, 2015
Jazz in the Park

Jazz in the Park is Milwaukee's favorite free, outdoor, summer music series, featuring an eclectic lineup of jazz, big band, funk, R & B, reggae, blues and more. Performers come from across town or across the country.

Concerts take place Thursday evenings, 5pm-9pm from June 4  through September 3, in Cathedral Square Park.  Music starts at 6pm, but stop by early for Jazz in the Park Happy Hour and get great drink specials from 5-6pm! 

July 23, 2015
Jazz in the Park

Jazz in the Park is Milwaukee's favorite free, outdoor, summer music series, featuring an eclectic lineup of jazz, big band, funk, R & B, reggae, blues and more. Performers come from across town or across the country.

Concerts take place Thursday evenings, 5pm-9pm from June 4  through September 3, in Cathedral Square Park.  Music starts at 6pm, but stop by early for Jazz in the Park Happy Hour and get great drink specials from 5-6pm! 



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Recent articles about Cathedral Square Park

Bastille Days: July 9-12

Bastille Days: July 9-12

By OnMilwaukee.com Staff Writers - 6:19 a.m.
Free and in the middle of Downtown, anchored with a 43-foot replica of the … Read more...
Country in the City comes to Cathedral Square Sept. 19

Country in the City comes to Cathedral Square Sept. 19

By Jeff Sherman - May 11, 2015
While country music dominates the traditional radio airwaves in greater … Read more...
Mix yourself some White Russians: Lebowski Fest returns in August

Mix yourself some White Russians: Lebowski Fest returns in August

By OnMilwaukee.com Staff Writers - May 05, 2015
Mix yourself some White Russians and grab the nearest bowling ball. After taking … Read more...
Bastille Days announces 2015 line-ups

Bastille Days announces 2015 line-ups

By Press Release - May 04, 2015
The 34th annual Bastille Days returns to Cathedral Square Park from Thursday, … Read more...
Jazz in the Park announces its lineup for the 2015 season

Jazz in the Park announces its lineup for the 2015 season

By OnMilwaukee.com Staff Writers - March 09, 2015
It may be called Jazz in the Park, but as usual, the schedule for the beloved … Read more...
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Posted by trinity0105 on Sept. 13, 2007 at 2:38 p.m. (report)

Do people bring their children to jazz in the parK? Is it a kid friendly area?

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