Hannah McCarthy
MKE This Week

Milwaukee makes way for a Harley celebration

A week dominated by Harley-Davidson's 110th anniversary nonetheless has lots of ongoing shows and boxing at Turner Hall.

By - Aug 27th, 2013 04:00 am
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Red Baraat performs at the Marcus Center’s Peck Pavilion. Photo credit Erin Patrice O’Brien.

Music

Marcus Center’s Live @ Peck Pavilion presents a performance by Red Baraat, a New York based group who mixes the genres of North Indian bhangra and modern jazz. Tickets start at $15 online; Red Baraat will perform at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, August 27.

Special Events

The Al Moreland Boxing Club comes to Turner Hall this Friday. This evening of premium amateur boxing will feature Popeye, Junior, and Jordan James, and marks the second time the groups have paired together for an amateur boxing night. Tickets are $12.45 online. Doors open at 6:45, with the bell at 7 p.m.

250px-Harley-Davidson.svg Harley-Davidson is celebrating its 110th Anniversary and all of Milwaukee is invited. Toby Keith, Aerosmith, Kid Rock, and Lynyrd Skynyrd are just a few of the artists that will play the BMO Harris Bradley Center at the Summerfest Grounds during the two-day celebration. There will also be a live UFC fight featuring lightweight champion Benson Henderson and Milwaukee’s own Anthony Pettis. Weekend passes are available for $95 but tickets to individual shows are also available online.

Last Chance 

Luminous Theatre: The Penelopiad, through Aug. 27

Alchemist Theater: The Burden of Being, through Aug. 31

Fireside Theatre: Run For Your Wife, through Sept. 1

Milwaukee Art MuseumVeterans Book Project: Objects for Deployment, through Sept. 2

Ongoing

MAM: 30 Americans, through Sept. 8

MAM: Wisconsin 30, through Sept. 8

American Players TheatreToo Many Husbands, through Sept. 14

APTAll My Sons, through Sept. 28

Milwaukee Rep: I Left My Heart: A Salute to the Music of Tony Bennett, through Oct. 20

APTRosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, through Oct. 5

APTTwo Gentlemen of Verona, through Oct. 6

APTDickens in America, through Oct. 19

APTAntony and Cleopatra, through Oct. 20

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