Milwaukee Theater District
Experience local street performers, musicians and live art on Milwaukee’s RiverWalk Wednesdays and Saturdays through Sept. 16.
Presented by the Milwaukee Theater District, It’s Alive on the RiverWalk aims to “increase vibrancy along the highly trafficked Milwaukee RiverWalk as well as further awareness of the thriving live entertainment and arts scene in the city,” according to Alex Zimdars, creative marketing manager for VISIT Milwaukee.
Buskers will perform at popular RiverWalk locations Blue Bat Kitchen & Tequilaria and the new Lakefront Brewery patio.
It’s Alive on the Riverwalk is sponsored by Milwaukee RiverWalk District, VISIT Milwaukee, St. Kate–The Arts Hotel, City Lights Brewing and Radio Milwaukee.
For more information, go to mketheaterdistrict.com/itsalive or follow
@mketheaterdistrict on social media.
Radio Milwaukee’s urban alternative channel HYFIN is hosting the second annual “Brown, Black & Brews: The Fifth Ingredient” from noon to 4pm on Saturday, Aug. 26 at Pilot Project Brewing, 1128 N. 9th St.
From 1 to 4pm, guests can sample craft beer and other drinks made by Brown and Black-owned breweries throughout the Midwest, including Funkytown, Black Horizon Brewing Company, Moor’s Brewing Company, Casa Humilde Cerveceria, Vennture Brewing and Milwaukee-based Soul Brew Kombucha.
Listen to cool DJ tunes from HYFIN founder Tarik Moody and purchase locally-made snacks and vendor items from the HYFIN popup shop. Meet Ted Mack, Jr., son of Ted Mack, Sr., the first African American brewery owner.
Purchase general admission and VIP tickets by visiting brownblackbrews.funraise.org. VIP ticket holders receive early entry to the event for a special tasting from noon to 1pm and a fun swag bag.