Red, white and blue becomes black, red, and yellow as Milwaukee celebrates its German heritage.
With music, food, art, fashion shows, pro wrestling and camel rides, it was all happening on Brady Street.
Most events are free and open to the public – including competitive rounds, vendor exhibits, master classes and more!
Major New Support from Associated Bank and Mary and Ted Kellner; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Continues as Presenting Sponsor for Sixth Year
The Villa Terrace’s Annual Tea - Sunday, August 17 from 3-5:00 p.m.
“Steampunk Circus of Metamorphosis – Magic, Mystery and Marvel”
“More fun. More masti.”
Diverse Artists From Around the World Gather for Free, Day-Long Music Festival
Times Cinema joins the Festival, New Campaign Art from Local Artists, New Website Launch
The festival is a one-day event celebrating music and culture
Presented by South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center & Hosted by The Battery Factory Celebrating South Milwaukee’s Historic Rail Road Station During Heritage Days
Sunday, July 20 – 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
This year’s festival includes exciting Italian entertainment, food favorites, entertaining attractions and fun for the whole famiglia!
Two free performances of Milwaukee native’s acclaimed work
The Brady Street Business Improvement District (BID #11) is excited to again host the Brady Street Festival Saturday, July 26th.
Thursday June, 26 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Peck Flicks at Peck Pavilion, Fridays this summer.
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