Lineup announced for the 2nd annual Nightmare on Center Street

Lineup announced for the 2nd annual Nightmare on Center Street

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Halloween is huge in Milwaukee and Riverwest is taking the spooky holiday to the next level.  On Oct. 29, the 2nd annual Nightmare on Center Street will take place at a variety of venues.  You can catch performances at venues like Jazz Gallery, Company Brewing, High-Dive, and Club Timbuktu.  Tickets will be available for individual shows or you can purchase wristband for $15.

Advanced ticket sales are available at Brown Paper Tickets:

Check out the ‘freaky’ lineup below.


The Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts, 926 E. Center Street
(All ages) $5 – Free With Wristband
The Lady-Lords
Carl Nichols‘ Mouth Of Night
Club Timbuktu, 520 E. Center Street
$10 – Free with Wristband
DJ sets by Chalice In the Palace Soundsystem
HIGH DIVE MKE, 701 E. Center Street
FREE ENTRY – One Free Company Brewing Beer on tap with Stranger Things: A No stress DJ Dance Party featuring Live performances from
Kyndal Johnson AKA (Kyndal J. Music) and Chakara Blu
Company Brewing, 735 E. Center Street
$10 – Free with Wristband
7 – 8:30 pm: “Dinner and A Movie,” featuring the 1915 silent classic “Alice and Wonderland” screened with a live soundtrack performed by the DIY Chamber Music Presents. Composers Joshua Backes, Erik Johnson, Paul Westfahl and Riles Walsh guide you through Alice’s strange journey. The mixed ensemble includes pairs of strings, woodwinds, and brass with a vibraphone and electronics. Call (414) 930-0909 for reservations.
DJ SET BY Noh Life
Airo Kwil
MarkÁnthony Brisby
Awkward Terrible
Bo Triplex and His Beautiful Band
Lorde Freddee and THE TRUTH
The Fatty Acids
Musician/Raconteur Christopher DeAngelo Gilbertsto will be hosting a costume contest awarding $300 to the First Prize winner and smaller second and third place prizes. There will also be face painting, photo booths, bonfires with warm alcoholic beverages served on the patio, and a special Halloween raffle with the purchase of the wristband. Due to its popularity last year, Chef Rosalin Rodriguez will be creating a special Late Night food menu.