6 Things to Do in Milwaukee This Fourth of July Weekend: July 2-4

Fourth of July fireworks, Game 6 and more this weekend in Milwaukee.

1. Fireworks

SUNDAY AND MONDAY | MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

Looking to celebrate the Fourth of July? Milwaukee’s lakefront show may be canceled, but there is no shortage of fireworks! Head to West Allis, Shorewood or another local neighborhood to get your fill of an American tradition. Check out our fireworks guide for locations and details.

2. Sprecher Fest 

FRIDAY AT 4 P.M., SATURDAY AT 11 A.M. | THE BAVARIAN BIERHAUS

The Bavarian Bierhaus in Glendale is hosting Sprecher Fest this weekend featuring local food trucks, live music and most importantly – brews! Along with a selection of Sprecher and their house selections, the bierhaus and Sprecher even created a special collaboration beer: Festbier. Admission is $5 on Friday and $10 on Saturday. Attendees can reserve a table for $30.

3. Game 6 in the Deer District

SATURDAY AT 7:30 | DEER DISTRICT

The game may be in Atlanta, but the party will be outside the Fiserv Forum when the Bucks face off against the Hawks on Saturday for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference. Gather in the plaza and join in with thousands of fans as they cheer on the team. 

 

 

4. Friday Night Yoga + a Cocktail 

FRIDAY AT 4 P.M. | BLACK CAT ALLEY

The first Fridays of every month, MKE Yoga Social and the East Side hosts beginner classes in Black Cat Alley. Afterwards, head over to the Pharmacy at Crossroads Collective to enjoy a cocktail. Attendees are asked to bring a mat and a mask. The event is open to those 21 and older.

5. “Artists without Borders: Reflections on Art and Place”

THROUGH SATURDAY | MOWA WEST BEND AND MOWA DTN

This weekend is your last chance to check out “Artists without Borders: Reflections on Art and Place” at the Museum of Wisconsin Art. Featuring nine artists with deep roots abroad, the exhibition showcases diversity of backgrounds, interests and styles.

6. Beer Garden at the War Memorial Center

FRIDAY AT 4-8 P.M. | 750 N. LINCOLN MEMORIAL DR.

The beer garden at the War Memorial Center downtown opens Friday. Hosted by Kegel’s Inn, the event will have German beer and food, including loaded brats and pretzels. Tables are first come first serve, and picnics are encouraged. The beer garden is open Wednesday through Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. Weekend hours are noon to 8 p.m.

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