With its gently rolling hills and modern cities, Wisconsin is a diverse state with opportunities for all types of visitors. The cities of Milwaukee and Madison offer visitors a wide choice of urban attractions, including museums, festivals and abundant shopping. Visitors who favor a more rustic getaway will find plenty of destinations in Wisconsin's rivers, lakes and forests.
- Cadott, Wisconsin, USA Outdoor Ampitheatre-Directions-Use 24447 Cty Hwy S, Cadott, WI 54727 to get in CADOTT, WI.
Nothing goes together quite like country music and camping. Every year in late June, thousands of music fans descend on a 380-acre natural amphitheater in picturesque Cadott, WI, for 4-days of live performances by some of country music's biggest stars.
- The Henry W. Maier Festival Park 200 North Harbour Drive Milwaukee, WI 53202 Map It in MILWAUKEE, WI.
The largest festival in the United States based on attendance, Summerfest is a symphony of sound. Festival stages feature well-known classic rock bands as well as contemporary, country, rock, and folk acts. Hundreds of thousands of people attend this late June, early July event.
- Capitol Concourse Madison, WI 53703-3342 in MADISON, WI.
For one weekend in July and November, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art converts Capitol Square into a festive atmosphere of music, entertainment, and art. The festivities return in mid-November when the beautiful spaces of MMoCA and the Overture Center for the Arts are filled with artists, food vendors, and holiday cheer.
Held in mid-July, Bastille Days centers on French history and culture. The streets of Milwaukee become the perfect setting for a romantic rendezvous. The free festival offers street entertainers, sidewalk cafes, and the annual �Storm the Bastille 5K run. Serenade your sweetheart under a replica of the Eiffel Tower. You'll find plenty of photo opportunities at Bastille Day.
- Main Street - Mount Horeb Mount Horeb, WI 53572 in MOUNT HOREB, WI.
Artists, crafters, performers, and life-sized mythical beasts line Mount Horeb's historic Main Street every third weekend in July for the town's annual Art Fair. Discover treasures of painting and pottery along the festive 'Trollway' before indulging in some authentic Norwegian food and cultural performances.
One of the oldest festivals in Milwaukee, the South Shore Frolics features a wide variety of activities including a parade, kids games, rides, live musical performances, fish fry, and classic car show. Every night the celebration finishes with the festival's very own signature 'Atomic Fireworks' display.