from Milwaukee’s Arts Scene

Harley-Davidson Museum 

The Hometown Rally, an exuberant celebration of motorcycles, returns with a roar to Milwaukee’s Harley-Davidson Museum campus Labor Day weekend, Sept. 1-5. 

Enjoy a variety of outdoor activities on the 20-acre park-like campus, including live music by headliners Hairball, Jackyl and Parmalee. Free motorcycle demos, BMX stunt shows and much more.

Step inside and tour the Harley-Davidson Museum, an impressive tribute to the iconic Milwaukee motorcycle company. View Harley memorabilia, custom motorcycles, and much more. The museum’s new Experience Gallery showcases riders’ uplifting stories and inspirational journeys.

Purchase Harley-themed items at two spacious retail stores–the Harley-Davidson Shop and the Factory Shop. 

Grab a bit of rally grub or a beverage at MOTOR Bar & Restaurant, and Riley’s Dogs and T. Best Kettle Corn food trucks. 

Watch the finale of the Boonie Bike World Series, an exhilarating minibike race. 

Visit H-D.com/HometownRally for more information. 

Milwaukee Symphony

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra 

With its 2022-2023 season beginning this fall, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, led by music director Ken-David Masur, welcomes guests to its spectacular downtown home, the Bradley Symphony Center. 

Starting Sept. 30, the MSO’s upcoming season features performances by acclaimed, internationally-known guest artists and superb musicians. 

From Sept. 30-Oct. 1, Alpine Glory includes a special co-commissioned premiere by Wynton Marsalis, a performance of Mendelssohn’s Concerto for Two Pianos by twin sisters Michelle and Christina Naughton, and Richard Strauss’s impressive Alpine Symphony.

Enjoy a sweeping concert of Tchaikovsky No. 5, or get into the Halloween spirit this October with the family-friendly Trills and Chills and Bewitching Broadway. For a complete listing of performances, visit mso.org