Summer Soulstice Music Festival Announces 2016 Lineup
Summer Soulstice Music Festival is Milwaukee’s largest local music festival and is set to take place on June 25th, 2016.
Foreign Goods, RustyPelicans, Brothers by Choice, Soul Low, Lex Allen, Space Raft, Klassik, Brett Newski, Bo Triplex Live, D’Amato, Cavewives, No/No, No No Yeah Ok, New Boyz club, Queen Tut/Zed Kenzo, Air Kwil
Milwaukee, Wis.—The East Side Business Improvement District is proud to announce the Summer Soulstice Music Festival 2016 lineup produced by Made in Milwaukee.
Summer Soulstice Music Festival is Milwaukee’s largest local music festival and set to take place on June 25th, 2016 for its 16th year as the East Side’s celebration of the longest day of the year. Presented by Miller Lite and hosted by the East Side BID the festival is free of charge and takes place on E. North Avenue between Oakland and Prospect Avenues and on Murray Avenue from noon to midnight.
Sponsored by 88Nine Radio Milwaukee and Educator’s Credit Union
School of Rock
No No Yeah Ok
Sponsored by FM 102/1 and Buddha Lounge
Queen Tut/Zed Kenzo
Brothers By Choice
Sponsored by 91.7 WMSE and Urban Milwaukee
The East Side BID
The East Side Business Improvement District #20 manages and promotes the thriving commercial district along E. North Ave. on Milwaukee’s East Side and provides neighborhood enhancement programs, event production, business recruitment and economic development for the area. Visit theeastside.org for more information.
Summer Soulstice Music Festival
The Summer Soulstice Music Festival is Milwaukee’s largest local music festival showcasing 22 top local bands along with visual artists, arts fair, kids’ creation stations, food from the East Side’s best restaurants, food trucks, dodgeball, BMX stunt bikes, family-friendly activities and more. The event boasts three music stages with a music lineup produced by Made in Milwaukee, local merchandise vendors curated by The Waxwing along with a celebration of Milwaukee’s East Side. Visit summersoulsticemke.com for more information.
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