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Highlights: Enjoy three stages of musical entertainment and a variety of vendors, including a local cheese tent, jewelry and pottery crafters, a vast array of food and, of course, ice cold beer along a classic stretch of Milwaukee street life. Sunday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday, 8 a.m.-10 p.m. See hundreds of animals with a walk through the barns or settle down at any of the free stages scattered throughout the grounds.
Information: (414) 464-9444 or July 27, on Brady St., from Van Buren to Farwell Hours: 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Highlights: Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson perform as Heart on opening night of the Fair, which showcases Wisconsin agriculture.
Admission: Free Information: (888) 894-4001 or June 26-30, July 2-7, Maier Festival Park Hours: Noon to midnight daily Highlights: The Violent Femmes and the Avett Brothers headline the Marcus Amphitheater on opening night, followed by the annual "Big Bang" fireworks. June 21-23: Annunciation Church Greek Fest, State Fair Park, West Allis. July 5-7: Blessed John Paul II Polka Fiesta, 3307 S. July 12-14: Divine Mercy Fun Fest, 695 College Ave., South Milwaukee.
Other Marcus Amphitheater acts include: Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, John Mayer, fun., Pitbull, Rush, Eagles, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, New Kids on the Block and Tim Mc Graw. June 21-23: Holy Apostles Family Festival, 16000 W.
If it's summer in the city, you won't be far from a festival.
Festival Season starts Saturday with the Highland Games and ends with Indian Summer Festival in September. Jump to: MAJOR FESTIVALS | FAIRS | CHURCH FESTIVALS | OTHER FESTIVALS | MISCELANNEOUS | SPORTS | CONCERTS | FREE CONCERTS Date/place: June 1, Hart Park, Wauwatosa Hours: 9 a.m.-10 p.m.
Admission: Free Information: (414) 271-1416 or July 12-14, South Shore Park, Bay View Hours: 4- p.m. Enjoy wine tastings featuring wines of Italy and Napa, and drop by the Cucina Showcase for local and celebrity chefs' demonstrations of their favorite Italian dishes.