Cole Swindell brings his "Down Home" tour to Milwaukee on Dec. 3.
The tour kicked off on Oct. 26, and this stop is part of the FM 106.1 Country Christmas Triple Play at The Rave, also featuring Jon Langston. Before Swindell comes to town, he and his team used OnMilwaukee to find five restaurants he wants to hit up while here.
The Rave show starts at 8 p.m., so he'll have some time for a good meal. Need tickets? Click here. Want to win them? Watch OnMilwaukee's Twitter account for a RT contest that will launch soon. It's simple; you'll just need to retweet our tweet for a chance to win two tickets and an exclusive meet and greet with Swindell.
But before the contest launches, here is Cole Swindell's Milwaukee restaurant wish list:
"What’s better than a good burger and a Bloody Mary? Oscar’s Pub & Grill, I bet, is the perfect little neighborhood joint to hit up before coming out to the Down Home Tour. Since burgers and bloodies go hand in hand in Milwaukee, might as well grab one before the show!"
"If burgers aren’t your thing, head over La Casa de Albeto to grab some tacos. My band and I decided this would be the go-to place for a taco-eating contest. Five tacos for $4? C’mon, who can pass that up?!"
"Still riding that high after the show? Go to Wolski’s Tavern for a game of darts, free popcorn and, of course, some beers. This seems to be a perfect place to unwind after the concert!"
"I love some pizza. You can never go wrong with a big fat pie. With names like 'The Baconizer' and 'Metallica,' you know this pizza joint isn't playing around."
"If you are looking to take your sweetheart out to a nice dinner, you can’t go wrong with Mason Street Grill! To make things better, it even has a good happy hour."
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