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Turner Hall.
  • Address:
    1030 N. 4th St.
  • Taxkey:
  • Architect:
    Henry C. Koch
  • Status:
  • Assessed Value (Land):
    $150,000
  • Assessed Value (Improvements):
    $570,000
  • Assessed Value (Total):
    $720,000
  • Year Built:

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Sieger On Songs: Milwaukee’s Got Soul
Sieger On Songs

Milwaukee’s Got Soul

Express Yourself Milwaukee’s Soul 2017 should be a great show.

The Return of Jane’s Walk

The Return of Jane’s Walk

Second annual event inspired by Jane Jacobs offers many activities.

Classical: Present Music’s Wildest Concert Ever
Classical

Present Music’s Wildest Concert Ever

Whales, dinosaurs and music, performed at Public Museum.

Sieger on Songs: City Goes Crazy for Stevie Wonder
Sieger on Songs

City Goes Crazy for Stevie Wonder

Fantastic Turner Hall show celebrated an all-time great album.

Ex Fabula ALL STARS to feature personal stories from community members
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Ex Fabula ALL STARS to feature personal stories from community members

And why, after 8 seasons, the org still has "Unfinished Business"

VoodooHoney Casts A Spell on Valentine’s Day
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VoodooHoney Casts A Spell on Valentine’s Day

The night features a full range of Milwaukee’s emerging and mature talents.

Sieger on Songs: The Gospel According to Ray Charles
Sieger on Songs

The Gospel According to Ray Charles

His version of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” is a classic.

VoodooHoney Casts A Spell on Valentine’s Day
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VoodooHoney Casts A Spell on Valentine’s Day

The night features a full range of Milwaukee’s emerging and mature talents.

WTMJ Radio Packers Watch Party – “Hometown Call at Turner Hall”
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WTMJ Radio Packers Watch Party – “Hometown Call at Turner Hall”

The free event will feature a massive movie-screen broadcast of the NFC Championship Game synced to the radio play-by-play broadcast on 620 WTMJ.

4th Annual “Milwaukee Gospel Jubilee” to Benefit Progressive Community Health Centers
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4th Annual “Milwaukee Gospel Jubilee” to Benefit Progressive Community Health Centers

Event to Showcase Local Gospel Groups, Help Increase Access to Health Care for Underserved Milwaukeeans

Murphy’s Law: Symphony Move Huge for Downtown
Murphy’s Law

Symphony Move Huge for Downtown

A big win for the orchestra and Downtown, with a minor impact on Marcus Center.

WMSE’s 3rd Annual Big Band Grandstand with Dewey Gill
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WMSE’s 3rd Annual Big Band Grandstand with Dewey Gill

Tickets are available now for $50 each.

WMSE’s 3rd Annual Big Band Grandstand with Dewey Gill featuring Live at the Sands, a Tribute to Frank Sinatra & Count Basie
Artists, Makers Present ‘Urban Garage Sale’ at The Domes, Nov. 26, 27
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Artists, Makers Present ‘Urban Garage Sale’ at The Domes, Nov. 26, 27

Event will feature 65 vendors offering a mix of vintage goods, artwork, wood items, jewelry, apparel, and lifestyle merchandise.

Islands of Brilliance presents year two of Colors & Chords
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Islands of Brilliance presents year two of Colors & Chords

Musical acts and visual artists help raise funds for autism organization

Charlie Sykes stars as George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life
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Charlie Sykes stars as George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life

Show is on Tuesday, November 29 at Turner Hall Ballroom

WMSE’s 3rd Annual Big Band Grandstand with Dewey Gill
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WMSE’s 3rd Annual Big Band Grandstand with Dewey Gill

Featuring, “Sinatra & Basie Live At The Sands: A Tribute to the Men and Their Music. ” Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra to open

Village Playhouse Presents 1940s Radio Noir Comedy, “Jake Revolver, Freelance Secret Agent”
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Village Playhouse Presents 1940s Radio Noir Comedy, “Jake Revolver, Freelance Secret Agent”

Jake Revolver, Freelance Secret Agent runs August 5-6, 12-13, 19-20 at 7:30pm.

House Confidential: Gary Witt’s House of Rock
House Confidential

Gary Witt’s House of Rock

Actually, you'd never suspect the hip Pabst leader owns this old-style, Prospect Hill home.

Jen Kirkman to Headline Milwaukee Comedy Festival
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Jen Kirkman to Headline Milwaukee Comedy Festival

Comedian and Best Selling Author to Headline closing night at Historic Turner Hall.

Classical: Bloom’s Day for Present Music
Classical

Bloom’s Day for Present Music

NYC conductor David Bloom takes over the ensemble, in a search for the perfect sound.

Weekly Happy Hour: Who’s on Third Great for Sports Fans
Weekly Happy Hour

Who’s on Third Great for Sports Fans

With good happy hour deals and the Jameson Black Barrel Club.

Norquist to Speak at Jane Jacobs Event

Norquist to Speak at Jane Jacobs Event

May 10th event will explore ideas of urban visionary and her impact on cities like Milwaukee.

Weekly Happy Hour: Fire on Water Is Great for Music
Weekly Happy Hour

Fire on Water Is Great for Music

And the happy hour runs four hours, and all night on Tuesday.

Plenty of Horne: Live From Milwaukee, It’s MSNBC!
Plenty of Horne

Live From Milwaukee, It’s MSNBC!

Chris Matthews and company are broadcasting to the world from Lakefront Brewery.

Pabst Theater Foundation Works to Assure Continued Success, Preservation of Pabst Theater
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Pabst Theater Foundation Works to Assure Continued Success, Preservation of Pabst Theater

To help ensure the longevity of the Pabst Theater building, on Friday the Pabst Theater Foundation was reorganized to better enable it to focus on preservation of the National Historical Landmark.

Weekly Happy Hour: 42 Lounge Is Shrine to Nerd Culture
Weekly Happy Hour

42 Lounge Is Shrine to Nerd Culture

Downtown bar has lots of video and tabletop games, along with good happy hour prices.

Milwaukee Day celebrates all things 414 at Turner Hall Ballroom
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Milwaukee Day celebrates all things 414 at Turner Hall Ballroom

Bringing the community together for a great cause

Band of the Week: How Vic and Gab Became REYNA
Band of the Week

How Vic and Gab Became REYNA

The Banuelos sisters write their own songs with lyrics based on their lives.

Classical: Hungarian Rock and Other Crazy Stuff
Classical

Hungarian Rock and Other Crazy Stuff

Present Music celebrates the equinox with a heady mix of music.

Milwaukee Day celebrates all things 414 at Turner Hall Ballroom
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Milwaukee Day celebrates all things 414 at Turner Hall Ballroom

Bringing the community together for a great cause

Band of the Week: Pizzle Has Been Rapping for 20 Years
Band of the Week

Pizzle Has Been Rapping for 20 Years

He started at age seven and is just reaching his potential.

Classical: Present Music Pulls Out All The Stops
Classical

Present Music Pulls Out All The Stops

"In The Chamber" concert offers intimate performance of six wildly different works.

Weekly Happy Hour: Comet Still Rocks the House
Weekly Happy Hour

Comet Still Rocks the House

A fun happy hour, good food, and a rock vibe: they promote and love WMSE.

Never Mind the Reunions, It’s WMSE
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Never Mind the Reunions, It’s WMSE

WMSE Announces Line –Up for 35th Anniversary Punk Show

Weekly Happy Hour: It’s All Local at Braise
Weekly Happy Hour

It’s All Local at Braise

The food, beer, even some of the spirits and wine. It’s a tasty happy hour.

Sieger On Songs: “Since I Laid My Burdens Down”
Sieger On Songs

“Since I Laid My Burdens Down”

Mississippi John Hurt version of this country blues song is unforgettable.

Will Bucks’ Plaza Be Public or Private?

Will Bucks’ Plaza Be Public or Private?

Team wants 4th Street closed, but will this create a town square or just team profits?

Weekly Happy Hour: Black Sheep Is For Wine Lovers
Weekly Happy Hour

Black Sheep Is For Wine Lovers

They specialize in boutique, small production wines. Plus beers, ciders, mixed drinks.

WMSE is turning 35 and singing the birthday blues
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WMSE is turning 35 and singing the birthday blues

WMSE starts singing the blues on Friday, March 25 when they host legends The Siegel–Schwall Band at the Turner Hall Ballroom with hometown icons The R&B Cadets.

Best 15 Local Music Shows of 2015

Best 15 Local Music Shows of 2015

Milwaukee’s music scene keeps getting better, as this list suggests.

New Fellowship Helps Storytellers Address Race

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Ex Fabula offers fellowships to local storytellers discussing race and oppression.

Milwaukee Turners Call for U.S. to Admit Refugees and Reject Fear and Isolation
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Milwaukee Turners Call for U.S. to Admit Refugees and Reject Fear and Isolation

The Milwaukee Turners was founded by refugees who fled Germany after the failed democratic revolution in 1848.

Plenty of Horne: New Era for Riverside Theater
Plenty of Horne

New Era for Riverside Theater

Cool new retro marquee unveiled. And an ongoing project will upgrade the entire theater.

Plan to close 4th Street for new Bucks arena might not be a slam dunk
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Plan to close 4th Street for new Bucks arena might not be a slam dunk

Preview: EL VY Shoots for the Moon
Preview

EL VY Shoots for the Moon

Side project of The National’s lead singer Matt Berninger will play at Turner Hall.

Now Serving: A Punk Rock Ramen Restaurant?
Now Serving

A Punk Rock Ramen Restaurant?

Tochi reopens with attitude. And Karl Kopp’s venture falls apart.

It’s the Countdown to WMSE’s 2nd Annual “Big Band Grandstand with Dewey Gill”
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It’s the Countdown to WMSE’s 2nd Annual “Big Band Grandstand with Dewey Gill”

Featuring Louis Prima Jr. and the Witnesses. Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra, Rhumba to Open

Review: MisterWives Energizes Turner Crowd
Review

MisterWives Energizes Turner Crowd

Band delights audience with a mix of original work and covers at Turner Hall.

Now Serving: 14 Choices for Halloween Fun
Now Serving

14 Choices for Halloween Fun

Food, drinks and fright at events like Fetish Friday, Harry Potter Halloween and Trolley Bar Crawl.

Rock Out for Halloween

Rock Out for Halloween

Great concerts -- and one book reading -- happening this Saturday.

The Ticket Window: Ani Difranco, Scott Weiland and More
The Ticket Window

Ani Difranco, Scott Weiland and More

10 new shows coming to Milwaukee. You couldn't ask for more variety.

The Ticket Window: 8 Shows for Which You’re Not Too Late
The Ticket Window

8 Shows for Which You’re Not Too Late

New shows announced include Jake Johannsen, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Three Dog Night.

Bar Exam: Major Goolsby’s, Still a Great Sports Bar
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Major Goolsby’s, Still a Great Sports Bar

One of nation's first, where Charles Barkley and Reggie Jackson, among others, hung out.

The Ticket Window: Is It Music or Theater?
The Ticket Window

Is It Music or Theater?

Newly-announced shows by Henry Rollins, Morgan James and The Musical Box raise that question.

Plenty of Horne: Street Closing on Arena Agenda
Plenty of Horne

Street Closing on Arena Agenda

Murphy makes appointments to WCD board; City to retain naming rights for garage

House Confidential: David Barnett Gallery
House Confidential

David Barnett Gallery

The gallery is housed in a historic 1875 Edward Townsend Mix mansion

Comedy: Jen Kirkman Delights Turner Hall Crowd
Comedy

Jen Kirkman Delights Turner Hall Crowd

The former comedy writer has become a stand-up champ.

Eyewitness: The Moth in Milwaukee Brings Five Storytellers to Turner Hall Sept. 16
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Eyewitness: The Moth in Milwaukee Brings Five Storytellers to Turner Hall Sept. 16

Now in its 18th year, The Moth has shared more than 15,000 true stories on stage

Should City Approve Subsidy for Bucks Arena?

Should City Approve Subsidy for Bucks Arena?

The costs keep rising. And the benefits seem iffy.

Eyewitness: The Moth in Milwaukee Brings Five Storytellers to Turner Hall Sept. 16
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Eyewitness: The Moth in Milwaukee Brings Five Storytellers to Turner Hall Sept. 16

Now in its 18th year, The Moth has shared more than 15,000 true stories on stage

The Ticket Window: Willie Nelson and Steve Earle Coming
The Ticket Window

Willie Nelson and Steve Earle Coming

Don't like country? Other shows boast comedian Kathleen Madigan or the magic Supernaturalists.

Milwaukee Comedy Festival Offers Laughs

Milwaukee Comedy Festival Offers Laughs

10th annual fest offers huge line-up of comics over four days with most shows at Next Act Theatre.

Band of the Week: GGOOLLDD
Band of the Week

GGOOLLDD

They love and are indebted to the local music scene, but could become its biggest success.

WMSE Presents the 2nd Annual “Big Band Grandstand with Dewey Gill”
Press Release

WMSE Presents the 2nd Annual “Big Band Grandstand with Dewey Gill”

Featuring Louis Prima Jr. and the Witnesses

Murphy’s Law: Is Abele Dumping the Marcus Center?
Murphy’s Law

Is Abele Dumping the Marcus Center?

Its takeover by new “Super District” running Bucks arena looks fishy.

The Ticket Window: Will Hannibal Buress Answer Why?
The Ticket Window

Will Hannibal Buress Answer Why?

If the comedian doesn't, maybe musicians Bela Fleck, Ben Rector or the Zombies will.

Music: From Their Basement to You
Music

From Their Basement to You

Rising bands Lady Lamb and Soul Low perform at Turner Hall.

Photo Gallery: Where the Bucks Want to Build
Photo Gallery

Where the Bucks Want to Build

Photos of the land now and renderings of the development show how the area would change.

Plenty of Horne: In Defense of Historic Tax Credits
Plenty of Horne

In Defense of Historic Tax Credits

National Trust for Historic Preservation's leader comes to town, where her speech to a crowd filled with notables dramatized the need for state to maintain the current credits.

Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Welcomes National Director
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Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Welcomes National Director

Event to Discuss Recruiting, Retaining Top Talent on February 24

Classical: One Concert, Three Different Venues
Classical

One Concert, Three Different Venues

Present Music creates a wildly varied concert that will be performed at three different, very intimate settings.

Murphy’s Law: How Will NBA Arena Benefit the City?
Murphy’s Law

How Will NBA Arena Benefit the City?

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver promises a new arena will launch a Downtown renewal. Is he right?

A big league city needs big league public transit options
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A big league city needs big league public transit options

Statement of Alderman Nik Kovac November 19, 2014

Will Universal Drivers Ed Increase Racial Integration?

Will Universal Drivers Ed Increase Racial Integration?

Plan for free driver’s education classes wins Greater Together Challenge, initiative to reduce segregation in Milwaukee.

Successful Milwaukee Angel Investor to Keynote gener8tor Premiere Night
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Successful Milwaukee Angel Investor to Keynote gener8tor Premiere Night

Founder of Milwaukee’s First Angel Network, Jeff Rusinow, to Headline Startup Event

Vantage Point: From The Moderne
Vantage Point

From The Moderne

Its signature penthouse, known as “THIRTY 01,” may offer the best view of the city.

Season 5 ALL STARS Announcement!
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Season 5 ALL STARS Announcement!

Story. Stage. You. Ex Fabula is a live, neighborhood storytelling community straight from Milwaukee.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 7 Can’t Miss YP Week Events
Eyes on Milwaukee

7 Can’t Miss YP Week Events

Young Professional Week features some 30 events. Here's our pick of the top seven.

Plenty of Horne: Smith Bros Iconic Fisherman Returns
Plenty of Horne

Smith Bros Iconic Fisherman Returns

Landmark advertising sign that long dominated Port Washington harbor now installed at Third Ward's Public Market.

Arts Projects Coming to Wisconsin Avenue

Arts Projects Coming to Wisconsin Avenue

Greater Milwaukee Committee bringing two major art installations to Downtown and the Beer Line Bicycle Trail.

RadioMilwaukee Announces Rollicking Mardi Gras Party at Turner Hall Ballroom March 4 With Two Top Milwaukee Bands
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RadioMilwaukee Announces Rollicking Mardi Gras Party at Turner Hall Ballroom March 4 With Two Top Milwaukee Bands

Milwaukee’s Herman Astro and Extra Crispy Brass Band will help the city celebrate Fat Tuesday at 88Nine RadioMilwaukee’s 4th annual Mardi Gras Party starting at 7:30 p.m. March 4, 2014, at Turner Hall Ballroom.

THE NAKED AND FAMOUS with special guest White Sea
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THE NAKED AND FAMOUS with special guest White Sea

LIVE AT THE PABST THEATER TUESDAY * JUNE 3 * DOORS 7PM | SHOW 8PM

Moth GrandSLAM championship event to crown Milwaukee’s top storyteller Jan. 31 at Turner Hall
Press Release

Moth GrandSLAM championship event to crown Milwaukee’s top storyteller Jan. 31 at Turner Hall

The show features 10 Moth StorySLAM winners from the past year, who’ll each tell a five-minute, true tale on the theme “Fish Out of Water.”

Much To See at Doors Open Milwaukee

Much To See at Doors Open Milwaukee

Doors Open Milwaukee runs all weekend, with free open houses across the city.

Downtown Dining Week kicks off next Thursday
Press Release

Downtown Dining Week kicks off next Thursday

40+ dining destinations to serve meal deals June 6 – 13

TED Conference in Milwaukee?

TED Conference in Milwaukee?

Make that TEDx, the growing spin-off for local conferences, which will have a Milwaukee event at Harambee in May.

Downtown Milwaukee restaurants prep for Downtown Dining Week 2013
Press Release

Downtown Milwaukee restaurants prep for Downtown Dining Week 2013

40+ dining destinations to serve meal deals June 6 – 13

Plenty of Horne: Evers Vs. Pridemore
Plenty of Horne

Evers Vs. Pridemore

The battle between State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers and challenger Don Pridemore.

Wild Space 25th: Alums dance at Turner Hall
Wild Space 25th

Alums dance at Turner Hall

Dancers spanning the 25-year history of Debra Loewen's company gather for a celebratory concert at Turner Hall Saturday.

Present Music’s big finish

Present Music’s big finish

Michael Daugherty's "Labyrinth of Love" is a big hit at its premiere, and Robin Pluer never sounded better.

Say Hello To The Turner Hall Ballroom

Say Hello To The Turner Hall Ballroom

Are you familiar with Turner Restaurant on 4th St. across from the Bradley Center? Did you know they had an actual concert hall in their that has been closed since fires in the 1930’s and 1940’s? If you didn’t, you’re in for a treat. The Turner Hall Ballroom will reopen with a series of concerts […]

The Roundup: State Elections Board Responds to Complaint Against Walker
The Roundup

State Elections Board Responds to Complaint Against Walker

John Weishan and Gerry Broderick filed an official complaint today with the Wisconsin State Elections Board against Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker.

The Roundup: Voting With The Mayor
The Roundup

Voting With The Mayor

Mayor Barrett’s office announced Monday that he would vote at City Hall at 1 p.m. Tuesday.

The Roundup: Jim Glynn Dead at 64
The Roundup

Jim Glynn Dead at 64

I had no idea it would be this soon.

The Roundup: Plale Recall Drive Begins
The Roundup

Plale Recall Drive Begins

Can a group of south side political activists pull themselves together enough to acquire 13,212 signatures to force a recall election against Sen. Jeff Plale? Rep. Jon Richards said he doubts it. “This thing is going nowhere,” says Rep. Josh Zepnick. “These people are so lazy! They’ve taken out a newspaper ad asking people to […]

The Roundup: Lavender, Black and Green
The Roundup

Lavender, Black and Green

The Green Party’s national convention will be in Milwaukee this week, with voting by delegates to be held on Saturday. The big question: will the outfit endorse Ralph Nader? This vexing question will put Milwaukee, however briefly, once again in the national spotlight. The party has endorsed the formation of several subgroups including the Black […]

The Roundup: On the Fundraiser Trail
The Roundup

On the Fundraiser Trail

David Riemer held a fundraiser and art auction to advance his bid for County Executive. Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design was the place, and over a hundred people showed up to look at the art (a Guido Brink retrospective) and to meet with the candidate March 8th. Wine was served, and the food was […]

The Roundup: The Last of Kerry as a Free Man?
The Roundup

The Last of Kerry as a Free Man?

Last Monday February 16th – Presidents Day – John Kerry, in Milwaukee, made what might have been one of his final appearances as a “free” man. By Friday, home in Boston, Kerry had asked for and received Secret Service protection. The protection, which will last through the election should he become the nominee, and for […]

The Roundup: Who’s on Fifth?
The Roundup

Who’s on Fifth?

An $89 billion bank is muscling its way into the Milwaukee market, and you read about it here first.