Bastille Days returns to Milwaukee July 12 – 15, 2018
Thursday July 12- 11am-11:30pm
Friday July 13- 11am-11:30pm
Saturday July 14- 10am-11:30pm
(Kid’s Day Activities 10am – 3pm)
Sunday July 15- 11am-8pm
Bastille Days, Milwaukee’s popular french festival and one of the nation’s largest french-themed celebrations, returns to downtown Milwaukee’s Cathedral Square Park, July 12 – 15. The free four-day bash attracts over 250,000 visitors annually who enjoy live music, an international marketplace, chef and wine demos, French and Cajun cuisine, roaming busker entertainment and a signature 43-foot Eiffel Tower replica offering hourly light shows.
The event is known for the impromptu street performers, roaming minstrels, and a variety of interactive and musical entertainment. Bastille Days also boasts a wide variety of some of the best restaurant vendors in Milwaukee!
For the safety of everyone, including your dogs, we ask that you please leave your pets at home.
Guests of Bastille Days are in for some exciting changes. Over the last year, we’ve been working closely with city officials on a revised layout that will complement streetcar service and minimize impacts to neighboring businesses. Our new footprint keeps Bastille Days anchored in the hub of our neighborhood and provides visitors with better accessibility. Plus, festival goers will be able to take the streetcar right to Bastille Days next year. The solution is really a win-win for all.”
1 Tasting: 8:30pm
2 Tastings: 6:00 PM & 8:30 PM
(Wine Tastings Take Place in a Tent in the NE Corner of Cathedral Square Park)
Bastille Days in downtown Milwaukee is the largest French themed outdoor festival in North America. It attracts around 200,000 people. Aligning your company with this popular event gives you excellent exposure, ideal brand placement, and offers a unique opportunity to entertain your clients. Let us customize a sponsorship to fit all of your marketing needs.
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East Town Association Dog Policy
The safety of our guests and the health and well-being of your dog is important when considering bringing a pet to an East Town Association event. Well-behaved dogs may attend our events but they must remain on a short leash at all times and under the control of the owner. Dog owners are responsible for cleaning up after their dogs whether on the street or in the park. Disruptive or aggressive dogs puts the enjoyment of our events for all our guests at risk and we will ask for them to be removed from our grounds immediately.
Several factors to consider when deciding to bring a dog to an event:
You are personally responsible for the actions of your dog or pet at our events, even if provoked by another guest or dog.