Key Milwaukee

July 2015

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

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FESTIVALS u Through July 5 Summerfest The world's largest music festival, now in its 48th year. For 11 days, more than 800 bands play across the 11 stages, June 24-28 and June 30-July 5 (Summerfest takes Monday, June 29, off). See page 12. Summerfest Grounds u July 4-5 Denis Sullivan tall ship sails into the harbor for deck tours, daytime and evening sails. visitportwashington. com Port Washington u July 9-12 Bastille Days Cathedral Square Park Downtown Milwaukee u July 10-11 Gathering on the Green Rotary Park, Mequon u July 10-12 South Shore Frolics One of the largest (and oldest, at 66 years old) neighborhood festivals South Shore Dr., Bayview u July 11 Blue Ribbon Beer Run Hot Rod & Custom Show Best Place, Pabst Brewery u July 12 Maxwell Street Days 600 spaces filled with quality vendors. Firemen's Park, W65 N796 Washington Ave. Cedarburg u July 15-19 Waukesha County Fair Oldest & largest county fair in Wisconsin Waukesha County Expo Center, Waukesha u July 17-19 Festa Italiana Summerfest Grounds u July 17-19 Waterford Hot Air Balloon Festival 817 Main St., Waterford u July 18 Milwaukee Firkin Craft Beer Festival Cathedral Square Park u July 18 Port Washington Fish Day Music, food and plenty of fish! Lake Park, Port Washington u July 24-26 German Fest Summerfest grounds u July 25-26 Milwaukee Air & Water Show Lakefront u July 25 Brady Street Festival Brady Street Happenings The best of what's on, what to do, and where to go in Milwaukee. 16 [ f o c u s o n s t r e e t f e s t i v a l s ] Brady Street Festival Brady St. • July 25, 11am-midnight Find four stages packed with live entertain- ment, including some of our favorite local bands. Besides awesome entertainment, see The Division BMX Stunt Team and the Casablanca Rumble V Pro Wrestling Ring. Fun includes a variety of local vendors, local cheese makers, jewelry and pottery crafters, a vast array of food, and of course, ice cold beer to keep crowds from getting too thirsty.

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