There's only one act big enough to close out Summerfest - and that's three acts Sunday night, with ScHoolboy Q, Snoop Dogg and Lil Wayne sharing the stage together for the only time this year, giving the Big Gig a one-of-a-kind curtain closer.
Big Gig fans eager to see what rap act would take Summerfest's biggest stage in 2019 need not wait any longer, as the world's largest music festival announced Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg and ScHoolboy Q will take the stage on Sunday, July 7.
Rob Baker has been on the front lines in Ferguson and in the studio with Dr. Dre's team. He's worked with Snoop Dogg on anti-violence campaigns and led the League of Young Voters. He's hung with the biggest rappers, launched countless social activism projects and received his PhD from UCLA. But he's back in Milwaukee because he believes in it.
For the first time in almost a decade, iconic rapper Snoop Dogg will perform in Milwaukee, bringing his "Puff Puff Pass Tour: Part 2" - the sequel to his 2001 "Puff Puff Pass Tour" - to the Riverside Theater stage on Thursday, Dec. 22.
It's pretty standard to have animated movies be about characters looking to achieve a dream that everyone else thinks is insane. Wall-E dreamed of cleaning the Earth and getting his freak on with Eve. Pinocchio dreamed of being a real boy despite the fact he lived with an old man that never had a...