Key Milwaukee

September 2015

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

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FESTIVALS u Sept. 5-6 Third Ward Art Festival Historic Third Ward u Sept. 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 Oct. 2-3 Oktoberfest Heidelberg Park 700 W. Lexington Blvd, Glendale u Sept. 11-13 Indian Summer Festival (See p. 10) Summerfest grounds u Sept. 19-20 Cedarburg Wine & Harvest Festival (See p. 8) Cedarburg u Sept. 19-20 Hidden River Art Festival (See p. 13) Wilson Center u Sept. 24 - Oct. 8 Milwaukee Film Festival u Sept. 25-27 Harvest Fair (See p. 12) State Fair Park u Sept. 26 Oktoberfest Miller Tour Center ART u Sept. 13 Starving Artists' Show Mount Mary University u Sept. 17-19 Plein Air Shorewood Shorewood u Through Sept. 20 Van Gogh to Pollock: Modern Rebels Works by the biggest names in art from the late nineteenth century to now. Milwaukee Art Museum u Through Oct. The Man Behind the Camera: The Life and Work of Vernon Biever. Port Washington native who was official photographer of the Green Bay Packers. Port Exploreum COMEDY u Sept. 11 Penn & Teller Riverside Theater 14 Happenings The best of what's on, what to do, and where to go in Milwaukee. Paramount Blues Festival marks 10 years Sept. 11 & 12, Lime Kiln Park, Grafton PARAMOUNT Blues Festival Friday, Sept. 11, and Saturday, Sept. 12, brings internationally known blues entertainers to Grafton, where blues music was recorded nearly a century ago by the Paramount Records label. While the festival is held in Lime Kiln Park, Grafton's downtown is a "must visit" for its reflection on this blues heritage. See for updates and tickets info.

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