Key Milwaukee

July 2015

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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YEAR AFTER YEAR, Sum- merfest delivers an unforget- table live music experience, showcasing the top touring talent on the planet. This year, June 24-28 and June 30-July 5, the world's largest music festival cel- ebrates its 48th anniversary. Summerfest offers some- thing for all musical tastes, emerging artists and every- thing in between. Families and kids can en- joy interactive exhibits and displays, children's perform- ers and attractions, profes- sional sports demonstra- tions, comedy acts and more. The permanent, 75-acre grounds host more than 45 different food and beverage vendors, offering a wide vari- ety of cuisine. Shoppers can visit four marketplaces, while the Summerfest Store offers official Summerfest Gear General admission is $19, with a variety of admission promotions available. For more information, visit The World's Largest Music Festival u DON'T MISS THE BEST OF MILWAUKEE: Field Report, folk band led by Christopher Porterfield (voted album of the year by the 2015 Radio Milwaukee Music Awards). Miller Lite Oasis 6/28, 8pm GGOOLLDD, (Bling Ring was voted Song of the Year) US Cellular Connection 6/26, 6:45pm WebsterX, voted Solo Artist of the Year: Miller Lite Oasis 7/3, 8pm MORE FAVORITES: Vinyl Theatre, indie rock US Cellular Connection 6/25, 8pm Sam Llanas, formerly of the BoDeans, 6/25, 7:30pm Johnson Controls Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound, great dance music influenced by bands from western Louisiana. Johnson Controls 6/28, 6pm F E S T I V A L S | S U M M E R F E S T J U N E 2 4 - 2 8 , J U N E 3 0 - J U L Y 5 1 1 D A Y S • 1 1 S T A G E S • O V E R 8 0 0 A C T S • O V E R 1 , 0 0 0 P E R F O R M A N C E S • N E A R L Y 9 0 0 , 0 0 0 O F Y O U R C L O S E S T F R I E N D S . 12

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