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Chrvches, Walk The Moon, Jimmy Eat World, Coin and more help Milwaukee celebrate at the beloved Summerfest

Summerfest is a unique experience; essentially, it isn’t a music festival. Rather, it is a celebration of the best and worst that Milwaukee has to offer, including a spectrum of delicious food vendors, a market with offerings from local artists and artisans, and, unfortunately, a crowd that should be avoided if you’re a girl walking by yourself. Continue Reading

Hozier proves he’s still got it with a sold-out show at the Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee

As a longtime fan seeing him for the very first time, Hozier’s May 30th show at the sold-out Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee truly did not disappoint. Continue Reading

Bastille and Young The Giant co-headline 102.1’s Big Snow Show in Milwaukee

On November 27, Bastille and Young The Giant co-headlined 102.1’s Big Snow Show at the historic The Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, famous for hosting renowned artists from Buddy Holly to Nirvana, its haunted swimming pool, and the atrocious acoustics in the Eagles Ballroom (designed for big band swing dances and not any instruments capable of connection to an amplifier). Continue Reading

Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls awaken Milwaukee as they close out their Be More Kind Tour at the Pabst Theatre

On Saturday October 6, Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls made their last stop on the US Be More Kind tour, playing the historic Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee. As Turner explained, they had nothing to hold back for the last performance of the tour, a statement supported by the incredible energy of every set. Continue Reading

Owl City takes the stage in Milwaukee to kick off The Cinematic Tour, his first in three years

Owl City’s Milwaukee show marked the beginning of the band’s first tour in three years. Perhaps this is what added to the crowd’s excitement, taking it from typical giddiness to a barely contained buzzing as a cheer erupted every time the lighting changed even slightly between sets. Continue Reading

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