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This week, in addition to the parade, there will be a revival of the Rainbow Summer concert, a Riverwest 24 bike event, and a mini-festival Ayre at Square.
Thursday, July 22
NBA Champion Milwaukee Bucks Parade, 11am
50 years of making! 2020-21 NBA Champion Milwaukee Bucks will celebrate the title by parading downtown from 11:00 am.
Bucks players, coaches, owners, graduates and staff will participate in the parade. The parade is E. It starts at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and N. Prospect Avenue. The parade then heads west on E. Wisconsin Avenue and turns north. From there, the route is N. Water St. From E. Knapp St. to E. Knapp St. on the Milwaukee River. It ends with.
Following the parade, a championship celebration with Bucks players, coaches, owners and executives on stage will be held in the Deer district.
Warrior Songs Fundraiser @ Linnemans Riverwest Inn, 7pm
Jason Moon and his friends Jeff Mitchell, The Mambo Surfers, Love, Light and Harmony, Trouvaille and Kevin Mason are story and song nights in support of Warrior Songs, a non-profit organization that aims to bring hope and healing to veterans. To provide. musics. Through various programs, Warrior Songs uses music to help veterans and civilians more fully understand and integrate all aspects of the war experience. I wrote about the second album of the Warrior Songs series, Woman at war here..
Mark Brusard @Peck Pavilion, 7pm
“Don’t be afraid to call me” by Mark and Ted Brusard
Believe it or not, at the Downtown Peck Pavilion, you could watch live music outdoors almost every noon (and certain nights). Seventeen years later, the Marcus Center revived the live river performance with Rainbow Summer Reimagined, starting with this performance by Louisiana-raised guitarist Marc Broussard. His dad, Ted Brusard, is a Louisiana Hall of Fame guitarist and a former member of the Boogie Kings, so his Bayeux soul music is honestly spoken.
Friday, July 23
RIVERWEST 24 @Center and Pierce Streets
Need another reason to be cheerful? River West’s 24-hour bike race, also known as “People’s Holiday,” is back with some changes for the pandemic. With COVID-19, the “race” component will be postponed until next year. In 2021, the organizers planned 100 bonuses for the entire community. Riders will receive a starter zine / bonus list (free of charge) from noon to 6 pm at the start / end of Friday, July 23rd.
When a rider receives a Starter Zine on Friday, it will include a list of locations and all bonuses, explore 24 hours at your own pace and complete as many bonuses as possible.
There are no laps to count this year, but riders will “choose their adventure” in 24 hours, pick up as many zine pages as possible, and win by riding the course in the meantime.
Saturday, July 24
Square Air @ Catalano Square, 4 pm
Live music will return to Milwaukee’s historic Third District, Catalano Square, with two free Saturday mini-festivals featuring local artists on July 24th and August 21st. The July lineup includes eclectic sounds of progressive blues rock band Wonderful Bluffer, cello and drum duo, nineteen thirteen, moonglow chill soul funk, and panoptics.
Cheelabration 2021 @ Daily Taco & Cantina (105 W. Freistadt Road, Thiensville), noon
Throughout the day, a full-tent indoor / outdoor family-friendly community-wide event celebrates the 8th anniversary of cheel, a Nepalese restaurant destroyed by a fire in late 2020. Part of the revenue will benefit cheel Rebuild. Featured musical activities include a set break by the cheers “All Stars” featuring Comfort Shag, Hot and Dirty Brass Bands, Willie Porter Bands, Pierre Lee, Stephen Hull, Pat Love and Missha Siegfried.
Backyard: Bella Brut with Francesca and Tom (3320 Anders Lane, Brookfield) 4pm
Why not relax at a backyard concert? A new song by the longtime group Bella BrutThe weather was niceAlludes to an eclectic bag of eclectic songs that these people have created over the years. Duo Francesca and Tom will hold this BYOLC (Bring Your Own Lawn Chair) show.
July 25 (Sun)
Arrow with Jacktel @The Cooperage, 4pm
In December 2019, Arrow performed one of its first performances in a perfect environment at the now closed Captain Pabst Pilot House. This is your chance to catch the band in your fourth performance. Playing a tight, hook-filled song that seems to forget a hit from midnight FM radio years ago, Arrow has a familiar but non-retro sound. They are worth keeping your radar.
Frankie Valli & Four Seasons @ Riverside Theaters, 7:30 pm
The original “Jersey Boy” Frankie Valli will begin his tour at the Milwaukee Show.Vali, who gained fame in 1962 as the lead singer of the Four Seasons, is back with a Tony-winning musical. Jersey Boys, Frankie and his legendary group’s life and era, hits “Big Girls Don’t Cry”, “Walk Like a Man”, “Rag Doll”, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” Was announced.