After 68 years, the South Shore Frolics -- a Bay View, South Shore-area and City of Milwaukee tradition -- is suspended for 2018, according to the Bay View Lions Club, the organizer of the event. Read More...
IN Festival GuideFor the past decade, the Forest County Potawatomi have had held their Hunting Moon Pow Wow in Milwaukee. Pow wow's give tribes a chance to bring both Native and non-Native people together to celebrate Native American traditions and cultures.
IN Festival GuideSomething big is coming. And it promises - not only to bring people together in celebration of life and German culture - but also to reinvigorate an urban plaza many have grown to see as a useless eyesore. Are you ready for the largest Oktoberfest in Milwaukee history?
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Published Sept. 8, 2017
When Baio - most famous as Vampire Weekend's bassist - takes the Rock the Green stage Saturday in support of his third solo effort, "Man of the World," it will be his first American show behind the June release on Glassnote.
Published Sept. 7, 2017
Do you want to partake in some fun and easy humanitarian work this weekend? Head to North Avenue for the 11th annual Tomato Romp, celebrating Bloody Marys and the medieval, messy pleasure of throwing tomatoes at people ... for charity, of course.
Published Aug. 30, 2017
This year, Port Washington's Paramount Music Fest celebrates the centennial of the birth Paramount Records, which was founded there in 1917 (the recording studio later moved to Grafton), and which released sides by the likes of Charlie Patton, Son House, Jelly Roll Morton and "Ma" Rainey.
Published Aug. 24, 2017
The Milwaukee Fringe Festival is back for a second year, coming to the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts this weekend on Aug. 26-27. And it's bringing the weird stuff. Here's what to expect - other than the unexpected.
Published Aug. 20, 2017
Summertime is right around the corner, and it's time to start planning out your fun. So the Milwaukee summer festivals guide is here to help.