Wisconsin cities are getting in on the Juneteenth celebrations with events of their own, ranging from art exhibitions to parades and more. Here’s exactly how to celebrate Juneteenth 2022 in Wisconsin.
Arts & Culture
The world’s largest music festival, Summerfest, is set to kick off June 23 in Downtown Milwaukee. Adored music acts are scheduled to perform across 12 spectacular stages during the nine-day festival.
As of June 9, the all-new, 10,000-sq.-ft. Harley-Davidson Shop is open in Milwaukee at the Harley-Davidson Museum. Then, later this month, buckle up for the Wild Ones Vintage Motorcycle Rally.
The Harley-Davidson Museum in Downtown Milwaukee announces its campus expansion that will enrich each guest’s experience with two new retail stores, a private event space and an inspiring gallery.
Spending a day traipsing through quiet halls filled with historical artifacts can be a hard sell to family or friends looking for an entertaining way to spend a free afternoon. Luckily, Wisconsin has several museums that have engaging exhibitions, plus interactive activities for a variety ages.
From Feb. 2 to Feb. 6, Lake Geneva welcomes its 27th annual Winterfest–and is the staging ground for the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Championship, which hosts teams from across the United States. In addition to over-the-top snow sculptures, guests can enjoy plenty of frosty fun for the whole family.
If looking for a merry and bright event to treat family and friends to in Wisconsin, reserve tickets to one of these shows.
Madison-based Olbrich Gardens hosts GLEAM through Oct. 30, a fun and safe way for locals to enjoy the Gardens at night and take in awe-inspired art installations.
Perhaps an artist’s greatest love letter to a city or town is in the form of a bold, colorful mural that pays homage to the community’s culture—and in Wisconsin’s case, there’s a lot of them. Here are some of the most Instagram-worthy murals to find and snap a pic of while in Wisconsin.
Oktoberfest has been an annual tradition around the world since 1810, created to celebrate the marriage between the Prince of Bavaria (King Louis I) to Princess Therese. Now, the festival has become one of the largest celebrations of German history, and Wisconsin is no stranger to the annual celebration.