Your local independent stages made countless great memories happen. They helped give you those great times - and now they need your help in return if there are to be more great memories in the future.
Local artists will perform live atop a custom mobile stage designed by Milwaukee Artist Brandon Minga ï¿½" a la the FunkClub Wagon ï¿½" to perform for Washington Heights residents. The "Washington Park Wheels" performances will be taped and shared on digital formats in August and September.
The FunkClub Wagon has been bringing live music to the streets (and waterways) of the Milwaukee area during the pandemic by performing on a trailer pulled by a van. They'll be in Enderis Park this week.
After months of empty stages, the Pabst Theater Group is taking a step toward something resembling normalcy with three live concerts - complete with people in the audience - scheduled for Turner Hall Ballroom in July.
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.
X-Ray Arcade hosts primarily indie bands, but is also a vibrant community space with monthly hot yoga classes, private parties, baby and bridal showers, weekly open mic and more.
It's year lucky No. 7 for Burnhearts Mitten Fest, which takes place this Saturday, Feb. 1. The outdoor block party is held primarily on Bay View's Potter Avenue just outside the bar, 2599 S. Logan Ave.
Hangout MKE, which opens to the public on Sunday at 1819 N. Farwell Ave., will be the city's first "activity cafe." Anyone else up for playing a game of life-sized Operation?
New Walker's Point venue will offer a small plates menu focused on Latin-inspired sliders, a full bar, brunch and plenty of live music.
It's true. The Original Crawdaddy's is alive and well and back in West Allis. The Original Crawdaddy's Roadhouse is now serving a slew of favorite Cajun and Creole specialties in a brand new location.
From the dedication of his loyal fans to the apparel, there were so many aspects on Friday night that took me completely by surprise, making the night worthwhile and reshaping everything I thought I knew about concerts.
It's the only bad day of Summerfest: the off day. But instead of wallowing in our sadness, let's take a look back at the good times we've already had at the Big Gig this year - the good, the bad and the cake-splattered.
There's no lack of live summer music series scattered throughout Milwaukee - but we're always game to add to the list! And today Milwaukee Downtown BID #21 did just that by announcing Tunes@Noon, a new weekly lunchtime music series coming to Thursdays.
As part of their nostalgic "Mixtape Tour," Donnie, Jordan, Joey, Jonathan and Danny brought their decades of tracks and some of your favorite artists from the past to turn back the clock at Fiserv Forum. Here are our six favorite moments.
A month removed from the release of "Father of the Bride," NYC indie rockers Vampire Weekend brought its tour of the same name to Milwaukee's lakefront. Here is our list of the best songs and moments from the band's Milwaukee stop.