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.
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The Pabst Theater Group normally uses its stage for entertainment, but a newly announced initiative aims to use its spotlight for an even more essential purpose.
Country music star Sara Evans is the latest to take the (virtual) stage for the Pabst Theater Group's #ReviveLiveMKE live music streaming series, performing on Friday, May 29 at 7 p.m.
A part of the group's #ReviveLiveMKE initiative, the Pabst Theater Group's new merchandise collection includes venue-branded masks and bandanas, stickers, a hoodie and sweatpants - all helping keep these Milwaukee institutions afloat.
This week on Quarantine Kitchen, chefs edition, we'll be cooking with Chef Kevin Sloan of the Pabst Theater Group. He'll be demonstrating how to make beef skewers with marinated soba noodles and peanut sauce.
Just today, The Pabst Theater Group launched #ReviveLiveMKE. The new series kicks off this Thursday, May 14 at 6 p.m. with a live stream performance of new songs and special covers by indie rock artist Japanese Breakfast.
In order to help the live entertainment industry survive the challenges created by the pandemic, hundreds of venues across the country have come together to form the National Independent Venue Association, which seeks to lobby government and garner financial support.
Some chefs work in restaurants. Others share their talents in less traditional venues. In this week's podcast, we chat with The Pabst Theatre Group's executive chef Kevin Sloan, a culinary professional who spends his days and nights shopping and cooking for artists and musicians who visit the Cream City.
In this new episode of Over a Beer, Pabst Theater Group's Kevin Sloan talks with OnMilwaukee's Matt Mueller about his culinary origin story in New Mexico, the highs and lows of feeding the famous, some of his favorite meals and much, much more.
Parking before a concert Downtown can be a struggle, so the Pabst Theatre Group joined forces with the Interstate Parking Company to make it easier. And cheaper.
This week, Turner Hall, 1040 N. Vel R. Phillips Ave., has gotten something of an exterior makeover, with new exterior signage and a parklet. If the Fiserv Forum is an architectural symbol of the modern city, Turner Hall is an equally iconic face of classic Milwaukee.
Brett Eldredge's concert at the Riverside Theater Oct. 6 was the most elegant country concert I've seen. With a themed stage, props and even a guest animal - the show was enthralling to watch, sing along and dance to.
The Turner Hall restaurant won't be closed for long. In fact, the new venue - Tavern at Turner - is slated to open in time for the Bucks opener at the new Fiserv Forum.
The Pabst Theater Group today announced that Town Bank was the new official bank of the organization with a minimum three-year partnership.
Singer/songwriter David Ramirez played an intimate show Friday night at the Back Room at Colectivo on Prospect and if you were there it was a show to remember forever.