Located just 20 miles north of Milwaukee and situated on the beautiful Cedar Creek, Cedarburg is the perfect blend of old and new. 

Cedarburg Festivals and Attractions

Enjoy the beautifully preserved downtown Historic district or explore beyond the beaten path to experience a unique selection of specialty shops, fun and friendly bars and restaurants, museums, galleries, performances, and more, and see why Cedarburg is the place to spend the day or a weekend. Stop into the Cedar Creek Settlement and find shops, galleries, restaurants and winery in a restored 1864 woolen mill on Cedar Creek. At the Cedarburg Art Museum find the artwork of Cedarburg and its environs. Cedarburg Cultural Center is where art, music and history are shared with the community. Cedarburg History Museum features rotating exhibits, the General Store Museum Collection, and historic photography. Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts is housed in a restored 1850s barn, the museum offers rotating fiber art exhibitions and more. 


SEARCH FESTIVALS BY MONTH:

May • June • July • August • September

May

Through May 19 Show & Tell at the Cedarburg Art Museum Features the original illustrations of six exceptional children’s book illustrators. W63N675 Washington Ave. 

Through May 19 From Journal to Cedarburg: Robb Helf at the Cedarburg Art Museum From the bustling ink-stained newsroom to the vibrant world of fine art. W63N675 Washington Ave. 

Through July 28 25 Million Stitches: One Stitch, One Refugee Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts 

May 11 Comedy Tonight Cedarburg Cultural Center

May 26 Cedarburg Maxwell Street Days Cedarburg’s popular flea market takes place rain or shine. Hundreds of vendors with a varied selection of antiques and more. Free admission. Cedarburg Firemen’s Park

June

June 6 OZ Night Market A free, outdoor event showcasing a variety of local vendors, performers and artists. Cedarburg Cultural Center 

June 8-15 Plein Air: A Paint Cedarburg Event 165 plein air artists roam our charming city of Cedarburg and areas in Ozaukee County capturing favorite historical structures, coffee shops and the picturesque countryside.

June 14, 21, 28 Summer Sounds Often referred to as the “biggest-ever picnic in the park.” Purchase food and beverages in the park from multiple vendors or bring a picnic and listen to great music. Cedar Creek Park, Cedarburg

June 22-23 Strawberry Festival Local strawberry items, kids rides, food trucks, Arts on the Avenue with unique and talented artists, beer and wine, live music, strawberry shortcake booth, and adjoining street marketplaces. Historic Downtown Cedarburg

July

July 4 Fourth of July Parade & Hometown Celebration Parade followed by daylong picnic in the park, with food and beverages served by the Cedarburg Lions Club. Fireworks at dusk.

July 5, 12, 19, 26 Summer Sounds Often referred to as the “biggest-ever picnic in the park.” Purchase food and beverages in the park from multiple vendors or bring a picnic and listen to great music. Cedar Creek Park, Cedarburg

July 11 OZ Night Market A free, outdoor event showcasing a variety of local vendors, performers and artists. Cedarburg Cultural Center 

July 14 Cedarburg Maxwell Street Days Cedarburg’s popular flea market takes place rain or shine. Hundreds of vendors with a varied selection of antiques and more. Free admission. Cedarburg Firemen’s Park

August

Aug. 2, 9, 16 Summer Sounds Often referred to as the “biggest-ever picnic in the park.” Purchase food and beverages in the park from multiple vendors or bring a picnic and listen to great music. Cedar Creek Park, Cedarburg

Aug. 8 OZ Night Market A free, outdoor event showcasing a variety of local vendors, performers and artists. Cedarburg Cultural Center 

September

Sept. 1 Cedarburg Maxwell Street Days Cedarburg’s popular flea market takes place rain or shine. Hundreds of vendors with a varied selection of antiques and more. Free admission. Cedarburg Firemen’s Park

Sept. 5 OZ Night Market A free, outdoor event showcasing a variety of local vendors, performers and artists. Cedarburg Cultural Center 

Sept. 21-22 Wine & Harvest Festival Enjoy Fall’s bounty. Activities include Farmer’s market, Arts on the Avenue and a grape stomping contest. Historic Downtown Cedarburg