This Friday, November 2, through Sunday, November 4, take a journey back in time and listen to the magical music that makes up some of Hollywood’s most classic films.
Jam the night away, on Saturday, November 3, with the Jamaican-American music sensation — one of Bob Marley’s many talented sons — Steven Marley.
One of the UK’s most talented female artists will be taking the stage on Sunday, November 4, at the Turner Hall Ballroom. KT is most famously known for her songs “Suddenly I See” and “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree.”
Manitowoc Minute‘s Charlie Berens will be bringing plenty of laughs to The Pabst Theater Saturday, November 3.
Dining & Drink
On Sunday, November 4, eat your way through over a dozen different food booths, featuring, meat, sweets and more. Attendees will also receive free admission to the Holiday Boutique.
Join the Movemeber Foundation and the Explorium Brewpub in supporting men’s health on Thursday, November 1. Try a new collaboration called ‘Stache The Nuts: a roasted pecan brown ale, and help raise awareness for all the important men in your life.
Get your holiday shopping done early this year at the Holiday Boutique, taking place Friday, November 2, through Sunday, November 4. at the Wisconsin State Fair Park.
Don’t let the cold weather stop you from getting fresh fruits and veggies. The Milwaukee Winter Farmers Market at the Domes begins on Saturday, November 3, and will feature high quality fruit, vegetables, meat, eggs, poultry and dairy products through April.
Celebrate the museum’s 30th Anniversary on Saturday, November 3. The event will feature a video collection with highlights from the last 30 years, dinner, entertainment and guest speaker Bill Taylor.