Another Milwaukee summer staple has unsurprisingly nixed its plans this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, as the Bay View Neighborhood Association announced today that Chill on the Hill has been canceled for 2020.
Chill on the hill
Summer festival (announcement) season continues on this week, as Bay View's Chill on the Hill joined the daily Summerfest grounds stage announcements and River Rhythms in unveiling its lineup of local music coming soon to Humboldt Park.
The outdoor music season in Milwaukee has hit with full force but is coming to an end sooner than we'd like. Whether you head to Jazz in the Park, Chill on the Hill, Tosa Tonight or somewhere else, we have you covered!
Despite an overly long winter and cold, non-existent spring, a very welcome chill is preparing to blow into Milwaukee: Chill on the Hill, which today announced the lineup of musicians scheduled for the summer festival's 14th season.
The Bay View Neighborhood Association and Milwaukee County Parks recently announced the lineup of performers for this summer's upcoming Chill on the Hill, hosted at Humboldt Park.
There's a new beverage company in town, specializing in bitter soda concentrates that are great on their own and perfect for cocktails.
The beer garden at Humboldt Park pavilion opened tonight - just south of the bandshell - in a fashion similar to how the other local gardens have opened: with free beer.
Supervisor Jason Haas announced today that he's working with the Parks Department on a beer garden for Humboldt Park in Bay View this summer.
With so many sunny days ahead and a penchant we humans have for eating outdoors, this week's question asked the locale of the city's best picnic places.
Chill on the Hill returns for a seventh season with an eclectic lineup of performers Tuesday evenings at Bay View's Humboldt Park.
Present Music closes its season with a pair of performances of "Divas, Dudes and Dancers," Friday, June 18 at 6 and 9 p.m. at The Wherehouse, 818 S. Water St., in Walker's Point.
Kicking off May 26, local bands and musicians strum summer sounds at "Chill on the Hill" in Humboldt Park. Last year, the weekly event saw an average of 1,200 neighbors, friends and music lovers. Attendees can expect another year of food and refreshments from local businesses and restaurants.
I didn't start going to Chill on the Hill this summer just because OnMilwaukee.com is a sponsor of the free, weekly, Tuesday night event.
August is nearly over, but music in Milwaukee never quits. WMSE's Brent Gohde and I are here to make sure you all know that.