Sculpture Milwaukee

An urban public art exhibition spread over two miles of public and private sidewalks and spaces in Downtown Milwaukee and the Historic Third Ward. Installation of the 2021 exhibition, there is this We is currently underway, artworks will remain on …

The Pabst Theater

Pabst Theater 144 E. Wells St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Visit https://www.pabsttheatergroup.com/venues/the-pabst-theater for a complete list of shows. The Pabst Theater is the centerpiece of Milwaukee’s downtown theater district; able to accommodate virtually all performing art forms with the stunningly beautiful backdrop of a European opera house. See a list …

Turner Hall

Turner Hall 1040 N. 4th St., Milwaukee

Visit pabsttheatergroup.com/venues/turner-hall-ballroom for a full list of shows. Located within Turner Hall, a National Historic Landmark, Turner Hall Ballroom is the perfect backdrop to an eclectic mix of shows that welcomes all ideas, ages and cultures.

The Back Room @ Colectivo

Back Room @ Colectivo 2211 N Prospect Ave, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

See pabsttheatergroup.com/venues/the-backroom-colectivo for a complete list of concerts. Adorned with string lights, hanging plants, and the smell of freshly brewed coffee, the intimate atmosphere of The Back Room @ Colectivo is a perfect space for an up close and personal …

Spring Floral Show

Mitchell Park Domes 524 S. Layton Blvd., Milwaukee

Five times a year the Floral Show Dome transforms with unique, themed floral shows. Visit throughout the year for spring flowers, the annual train show and the popular Holiday Show. Snow might still be on the ground outside, but inside, …

Dressing the Abbey

Charles Allis Art Museum 1801 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Experience original costumes worn by the stars of Downton Abbey™ that depict fashions of the British aristocracy in the early 20th century. The exhibition's award-winning costumes were created for the show’s aristocratic Crawley family and their staff and are presented in …

In the Park with Olmsted – A Vision for Milwaukee

Villa Terrace 2220 N Terrace Ave,, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

This exhibition profiles the life and legacy of Frederick Law Olmsted (1822–1903) and the first concerted look at the Father of Landscape Architecture’s contributions to Milwaukee. The history and evolution of the three public parks designed by Olmsted and his firm—Lake Park, …

Art Walk “Festival de Arte”

Kick off the summer season with our second annual Art Walk through Downtown Port!  Browse local shops and regional art as downtown businesses host artists. Watch art demonstrations and let the kids make their own art at kids' art stations. …

PrideFest

Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest Grounds) 200 N Harbor Dr., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Returning in June after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the event is one of the largest and longest-running LGBTQ+ festivals in the country. To celebrate the 25th June festival, organizers are planning a full line-up of “Throwback Thursday” themed …

Recurring

Milwaukee’s Brewers 

American Family Field One Brewers Way, Miller Parkway, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee’s Brewers currently are leading the Central Division of the  National League. Home games are played at American Family Field, formerly known as Miller Park, where there are no rainouts thanks to a retractable roof. The Brewers play 14 home …

Recurring

Milwaukee’s Brewers 

American Family Field One Brewers Way, Miller Parkway, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee’s Brewers currently are leading the Central Division of the  National League. Home games are played at American Family Field, formerly known as Miller Park, where there are no rainouts thanks to a retractable roof. The Brewers play 14 home …

Lake Country Dockhounds

Wisconsin Brewing Company Park 1011 Blue Ribbon Circle N., Oconomowoc

A short drive west of Milwaukee takes you to Wisconsin Brewing Company Park, where the Lake Country Dockhounds opened their first season in May. Like the Milkmen, the Dockhounds play in the American Association.