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Bay View's Chill on the Hill announced its lineup for the 2017 edition. (PHOTO: Chill on the Hill Facebook)

Chill on the Hill announces 2017 lineup

The build-up for summer music festival season continues, as the Bay View Neighborhood Association – in conjunction with Milwaukee County Parks – announced the lineup today for its 13th annual Chill on the Hill.

Hosted as always at Humboldt Park, Chill on the Hill will welcome over 20 bands over the course of 12 weeks, as well as local food vendors – last year's list included Bay View eateries like Hue, Tenuta's and more – and community partners.

Here's the lineup:

June 6: D'Amato with Bay View High School and Parkside Drum Lines

June 13: Driveway Thriftdwellers, Derek Pritzl and the Gamble, with Derek Sallmann

June 20: Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

June 27: American Legion Band with Reagan High School Jazz Experience
& Riverside High School Jazz Combo

July 4: No concert – Independence Day celebrations

July 11: Abby Jeanne, Fainting Room with Bryn Lorraine Johnson

July 18: Charles Walker Band with Sam Guyten

July 25: Devil Met Contention, Cow Ponies with Bruce Dean

Aug. 1: Colors of the Alphabet, MYSO Jazz Ensemble with Slimabean

Aug. 8: Max & the Invaders,The Revomatics with HI/Jack

Aug. 15: PILES, Dramatic Lovers with Mathew Haeffel

Aug. 22: Misha Siegfried and His Band, Don Linke with Olivia Gonzales Quartet

Aug. 29: De La Buena with Sara and Kenny

If that's not enough chilling on the hill for your liking, however, the festival will also screen two movies during this year's rendition: the Oscar-winning musical "La La Land" on July 20 and the animated superhero hit "The LEGO Batman Movie" on Aug. 5.

The shows are hosted every Tuesday from 6 until 8:30 p.m.

For more information about Chill on the Hill, visit its official website.


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