By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Mar 30, 2009 at 5:26 PM

Can you picture No Doubt, King Crimson, Alanis Morisette, Depeche Mode, Tom Petty, Live, Nickelback, Primus, The Bangles, Motorhead, Britney Spears, Eddie Money, Michael Jackson, ZZ Top, Kid Rock and Alice Cooper all in one place?

Well, get ready for it as Milwaukee's original "Spoof Fest" returns to the stage for the 16th straight year on May 1-2.

This year, Milwaukee musicians will gather at Liquor Sweets, 3000 S. 13 St., for a two-day event of impersonation and re-creation.

Spoof Fest first emerged in 1993 when local musicians lured the Milwaukee music scene together to recreate the works of legendary performers. The event rules are simple: you cannot spoof a spoof and once a band has been done once, it's done forever.

So, get ready for a show like you've never seen before and head to Liquor Sweets on May 1-2.