Eastside Music Tour to feature more than 70 musicians

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:39 am

The second annual “Eastside Music Tour Presented by Associated Bank” will return to Milwaukee this March with more than 70 performers in 30 venues along Brady Street.

 

Hosted by Newaukee and Brady Street Business Improvement District #11, the March 1 tour will feature musicians from Greater Milwaukee as well as regional and national artists. Music acts range from DJs to bands to singer-songwriters, who will play live in coffee shops, boutiques, restaurants and bars among other venues on Brady Street.

Participating venues include Casablanca, Art Smart’s Dart Mart, Cempazuchi, Dragonfly, Exclusive Company, Gloriosos, Club Brady and Roman Coin.

Locally-based performers will include Alto’s, Shoot Down the Moon, Soul Low, Kane Place Record Club, Hugh Robert Masterson, WHY?, and Fever Marlene.

“The second annual Eastside Music Tour is a perfect example of a multiple win event,” said Jeremy Fojut, chief idea officer of Newaukee. “Every musical act receives reimbursement. The small businesses of Brady Street see an increase in customers, and a donation is made to the Brady Area Foundation For Art and Education. The return on the community is undeniable, proving the need for a greater investment in the arts and music.”

The tour will also have a complimentary trolley shuttle available for patrons as well as a heated tent presented by Hi-Hat on Arlington Street for All Access patrons.

The tour will run from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, March 1. General admission costs $15, and the first 500 people to purchase general admission tickets will receive a fanny pack. All Access tickets cost $25, and the first 500 people to purchase the All Access package will be guaranteed a music tour t-shirt as well as admission into the Hi-Hat and 88.9 Radio Milwaukee All Access Tent and entry to All Access performances at Casablanca.

To purchase tickets or find more information about the tour, visit www.eastsidemusictour.com.

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