Rock the Green Festival
With headliners like Lord Huron, Best Coast, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, The Heavy and Robert DeLong it’s an easy choice.
Plus, it’s guilt-free with a zero waste mission with on-site compost, recycling, water bottle filling stations, solar power and even a pedal-powered stage!
Saturday, Sept 17, at Reed Street Yards on Freshwater Way 1pm – 11pm
Grand opening of Black Cat Alley
Black Cat Alley, has invited local, national and international artists to transform two blocks of alleyway on the East Side into a breathtaking (and permanent!) walk-through art gallery.
You’re invited to the Grand Opening and ribbon-cutting this Sunday with fresh art, music and food trucks
Sunday, Sept. 18 from 1 PM – 4 PM, 2122 N. Prospect Ave.
Bay View Bash
Bay View Bash returns to Kinnickinnic Avenue for your last chance at fried street food, cover bands, solid original bands, vendors and
Saturday, 11am – 10pm on Kinnickinnic Avenue between Potter and Clement streets
Milwaukee Film Festival Black Lens pre-parties
The popular Black Lens Series at the Milwaukee Film Fest kicks off with two events in the city tonight.
The pre-party hosted by MKE Film starts at our Radio Milwaukee studio with music by DJ Tarik Moody, Bel Air app buffet, movie trailers and a presentation by co-programmers Geraud Blanks & Donte McFadden.
Afterwards, head out to Chic Underground for black movie soundtrack spins, mini movie trivia, Black Lens film ticket giveaways, snack bar and a Virgo birthday celebration, starting at 10pm.
Tonight, Sept. 16 7pm-10pm @ 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, 220 E. Pittsburgh Ave.
Tonight, Sept. 16 10pm – 2am @ Chic Underground, 770 N Jefferson St.
Chill on the Hill Encore – featuring world music
Without Global Union, the world music in Humbolt Park will continue thanks to Chill on the Hill for a special “encore” event featuring Topo Rico, Hoapili, Tarek Guerbatou & the Peace Movement and WMSE DJs along with food, art, and other entertainment. More info HERE.
Saturday, Sept. 16 noon – 5pm @ Humboldt Park