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The Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District is a City of Milwaukee redevelopment initiative inspired by Milwaukee’s original Bronzeville District of the early to mid 1900’s. The primary African-American economic and social hub of its time, Bronzeville brought all ethnicities together to celebrate African-American culture - highlighting jazz, blues and the arts. Those living in Bronzeville recall a commercial corridor with nightclubs such as Metropole Club and the Moon Glow featuring performances by such pioneers as Billie Holliday, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, and Nat “King” Cole, to mention a few. This 21st Century Bronzeville strives to revitalize an area of Milwaukee where African-American culture has been a mainstay. Garfield to Center, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to 7th Street – the District is slated to offer unique opportunities for locals and tourists to enjoy the best Milwaukee has to offer in entertainment, arts and culture.
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Artists without Borders: Reflections on Art and Place 5/12/2021 - 8/01/2021 Milwaukee - 1.65 miles away
Virtual In Conversation: Katharina Grosse 5/07/2021 Milwaukee - 2.01 miles away
Play Date with Art at Home: Set Sail! 5/14/2021 Milwaukee - 2.01 miles away
Summer Crafternoons 5/08/2021 West Allis - 5.57 miles away
Milwaukee Track Day 5/13/2021 West Allis - 5.8 miles away
The Rusty Wallace Racing Experience 5/15/2021 West Allis - 5.8 miles away
Canceled - Spring Treasures Craft and Art Fair 5/07/2021 - 5/08/2021 Waukesha - 16.59 miles away
Pewaukee Kiwanis River Run 5/08/2021 Pewaukee - 17.56 miles away