Summer Festivals in Milwaukee are always a blast to go with your friends and family. Now, your festival days are about to be twice as fun with our new Double Your Fun Promotion at Helium Trampoline and Climbing Park. If you bring in your ticket from a summer festival you have visited that same week, we will double your purchased jump time! That’s right, if you go to a festival anytime during the week, come by Helium in the afternoon and buy 1, 2 or 3 hours of jump time you can jump for 2, 4, or 6 hours!
*You must visit on the same week you visit a festival to redeem the Double Your Fun Promotion.
Some of our favorite Summer Festivals that are coming up this weekend and next week include:
Festival: Polish Fest
Location: Henry Maier Festival Park
Date: June 16-18
Head over to the Cultural Village to learn the secrets behind cooking your favorite Polish foods, appreciate the history of folk art and embrace your inner love for animals by visiting with sheepdogs, chickens and rabbits.
Festival: Good City Festival
Location: Good City Brewing Company
Date: June 17
Good City Brewing is celebrating a year brewing up satisfying suds on the East Side – and they’re doing so with a birthday bash on June 17 with speciality beer releases (Barrel-Aged Detail Porter and Dr. J IPA), food and live music from Twin Brother, Sat Nite Duets, Klassik, Fever Marlene and more.
Festival: Wisconsin Beer Lovers Festival
Location: Bayshore Town Center
Date: June 17
Calling all lovers of beer! Glendale will play host to 40 local breweries offering samples of 100 Wisconsin beers, plus local cheesemakers and restaurants will also be offering a multitude of samples soak up your tasty suds.
Festival: Juneteenth Day
Location: King Drive, between Burleigh and Center Streets
June 19 has been known as “Juneteenth Day,” the oldest celebration of the end of slavery in the United States and a staple of Milwaukee festivals since the 1970s, when an employee of the Northcott Neighborhood House was inspired by the celebrations held in southern states. This year’s celebration will feature kids’ games, exhibits, soul food, music, a parade and more.