Key Milwaukee

July 2018

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

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10 YEAR AFTER YEAR, Summerfest delivers an unforgettable live music experience, showcasing the top touring talent on the planet. This year, June 27-July 1/ July 3-8 (Closed July 2), the world's largest music festival, presented by American Family Insurance, offers something for all musical tastes, emerging artists and everything in between. Families and kids can enjoy interactive exhibits and displays, children's performers and attractions, professional sports demonstrations, comedy acts and more. The permanent, 75-acre grounds host more than 45 different food and beverage vendors, four marketplaces, and the Summerfest Store for Summerfest gear. General admission is $21, with a variety of admission promotions available. TRANSPORTATION & PARKING For information on travel, best routes and parking for Summerfest 2018, download the app at Remember to plan ahead and allow extra time for travel. The Big Gig World's largest music festival 11 Days • 11 Stages • Over 800 Acts • Over 1,000 Performances • Nearly 900,000 of your closest friends. M U S I C F E S T I VA L u July 1, 3pm Bo & Airo Bass guitar and drums with hard-hitting rap vocals. u July 1, 6:45pm Hannah Mrozak Smoky soulful vocals with a pop/R&B style. u July 4, 3pm Rocket Paloma Progressive rock with a heavy folk foundation. u July 4, 4:15pm Band of Dust An indie-rock band. u July 5, 4:15pm The New Grey A unique blend of Hip Hop, R&B, and Indie Rock. u July 5, 5:30 pm LUXI Hypnotic dance based electro-pop. u July 6, 4:15pm Jay Matthes Award-winning singer/songwriter u July 7, 3pm Daydream Retrievers Bright indie rock, with just a little bit of Americana twang. u July 8, 3pm Paper Holland Indie pop EMERGING ARTISTS SERIES Don't miss Milwaukee's emerging talent on the Johnson Controls World Sound Stage

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