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Summer in Madison 2015

Summer in Madison 2015

 

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Sunny, warm days in Madison are our favorites! Enjoy what is going on around town and we’ll see you out and about!

 

 

JUNE EVENTS

June 4 – Concerts on the Monona Terrace Rooftop 7-9pm Rabid Aardvarks

June 4-5 – Verona Hometown Days

June 6 – Cars on State Street

June 6 – Cows on the Concourse

June 7 – Ride the Drive

June 13 – Summerpalooza at the Children’s museum 

June 13-14 – The Waterfront Festival in Yahara Place Park

June 16 – Lunchtime Live, a free outdoor lunchtime concert on the square for 8 consecutive Tuesday’s. All dates and bands are on the link.

June 19 – Concerts on the Monona Terrace Rooftop 7-9pm, The Boogie Men

June 20 – Jazz in the Park, Wingra Park

June 20-21 – Isthmus Jazz Festival

June 24 – Concerts on the Square, a Madison favorite starting at 7pm.

June 26 – Concerts on the Monona Terrace Rooftop 7-9pm, The Jimmys

June 26 – Live on King Street

June 27 – Shake the Lake

June 25-28 – Bhakti Fest

JULY

July 1 – Concerts on the Square, a Madison favorite starting at 7pm.

July 2-5 – National Women’s Music Festival

July 8 – Concerts on the Square, a Madison favorite starting at 7pm.

July 9 – Concerts on the Monona Terrace Rooftop 7-9pm, Madison County

July 9-12 – La Fête de Marquette, Central Park

July 11-12 – Art Fair on the Square

July 15 – Concerts on the Square, a Madison favorite starting at 7pm.

July 15-19 – Dane County Fair 

July 16 – Concerts on the Monona Terrace Rooftop 7-9pm, Start Making Sense (Talking Heads Tribute)

July 17 – Live on King Street

July 17-19 – Maxwell Street Days

July 17-18 – Paddle & Portage

July 22 – Concerts on the Square, a Madison favorite starting at 7pm.

July 23 – Concerts on the Monona Terrace Rooftop 7-9pm, ABBA Salute

July 25 – Opera in the Park, Garner Park at 8pm

July 25-26 – Atwood Fest

July 29 – Concerts on the Square, a Madison favorite starting at 7pm.

July 31 – Live on King Street

AUGUST

Aug 7 – Dane Dances, Monona Rooftop Terrace, 5:30 – 9:30, see link for bands

Aug 7 – Live on King Street

Aug 8 – Great Taste of the Midwest

Aug 14 – Dane Dances, Monona Rooftop Terrace, 5:30 – 9:30, see link for bands

Aug 20-23 – Sun Prairie’s Sweet Corn Festival 

Aug 21 – Dane Dances, Monona Rooftop Terrace, 5:30 – 9:30, see link for bands

Aug 21 – Live on King Street

Aug 22 – Madison Mini Marathon

Aug 27-30 – Orton Park Festival

Aug 28 – Dane Dances, Monona Rooftop Terrace, 5:30 – 9:30, see link for bands

Aug 28-30 – Middleton Good Neighbor Festival 

SEPTEMBER

Sept 5-6 – Taste of Madison

Sept 18 – Live on King Street

Sept 19-20 – Willy St Fair 

Sept 20 – Bike the Barns ride

 

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