NEWaukee Night Market 2019
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On one Wednesday evening during each summer month, the NEWaukee Night Market brings the best of the city together for a free, fun, open-air event that offers a variety of experiences for people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy.
The Night Market features great local food and drinks, arts and crafts, live music and attractions. It aims to create a safe, vibrant and interactive place Downtown for Milwaukeeans to not only experience our unique culture, but also contribute to the area economy and help revitalize West Wisconsin Avenue.
Starting with its first night on June 12, the NEWaukee Night Market will load the street and sidewalks with dozens upon dozens of vendors serving up delicious local food – from the likes of Meat on the Street, Streetza, Iron Grate BBQ and many, many more – tasty craft brews, creative arts and crafts, and wonderful wares, all alongside life-size chess and checkers to flex your mind's muscles, s'mores roasting in the GRAEF Lounge, live music, dancing and a whole lot of community making the Downtown main drag glow on a hopefully already glowing summer night.
Be sure to come say hi and visit our OnMilwaukee tent at the market! We will pass out stickers, apply temporary tattoos and take photo booth pictures – find them the next day on our Facebook page! – throughout the evening.
Where: West Wisconsin Avenue, between Plankinton and Vel R. Phillips Avenues
Hours: Wednesday nights, 5-10 p.m., on June 12, July 10, Aug. 14 and Sept. 11
Highlights: All the local art, craft, food vendors, live art creation and music you could want, as well as a beer garden
For more information: Visit NEWaukee's website
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