Friday, April 30, 2010

Fear The Deer! Milwaukee Bucks V. Atlanta Hawks Game Tonight

Our very own Milwaukee Bucks have been doing us proud in Milwaukee and on the road and tonight they will be playing home game C at the Bradley Center against the Atlanta Hawks. Their successes have brought them back to their home turf where a win tonight would push them to the next round and enter the play offs. The tickets for the game today are in crazy demand and it appears that the entire city is looking to go this game tonight! What are you willing to do to get Milwaukee Bucks tickets for the game tonight?

Monday, April 26, 2010

Brewers at Miller Park Tonight | Bucks VS Hawks at Bradley Center


Will the Brewers at Miller Park find a way to once again crush the Pirates as they did on the road? They need to get over the sweep by the cubs. Miller Park will once again be home turf tonight.


It's great to see that the Bucks VS Hawks at Bradley Center turned out to be a win for the good guys. Milwaukee stayed hot all night. Their defense showed up too. Smart passing, and solid work by the entire team brought home a win for Milwauke

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Just Announced: Muse and Passion Pit at the Bradley Center


Though I’m sure you all have your hearts set on the weather warming up and not cooling down, one thing to look forward to this fall has just been announced at the Bradley Center. British rockers Muse will be making an appearance in Milwaukee with special guest Passion Pit. The show is scheduled for October 6th at the largest venue in the city. Fans of Passion Pit will be excited to see them back so soon after their first show which was sold out at the Riverside Theater. The choice of opener does seem a little odd, as Passion Pit are more of a synth based dreamy pop outfit while Muse offer a more grandiose progressive rock sound, blending elements of heavy metal, classical music and electronica. Despite the differences, I am excited for this hot ticket Bradley Center show and hopefully the fall will continue to have such a great lineup!

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Milwaukee Bucks Will Play the Atlanta Hawks First Round of Playoffs

The Milwaukee Bucks will be doing their city proud with their appearance in the NBA playoffs coming up at the end of April. The games will be played in Milwaukee at the Bradley Center, starting April 24 playing against the Atlanta Hawks. The popular fan-created slogan “fear the deer” has been very fitting with the way this season fished, the Bucks winning 46 of their 82 games. Despite the loss of star starter Andrew Bogut, fans are excited to see how the team progresses through the playoffs. I can’t wait to get my Milwaukee Bucks NBA playoff tickets soon!

Monday, April 12, 2010

Get Ready For...Jazz in the Park!


With the weather hitting the extremes lately with snow one day and 70 degrees and sunny in typical Wisconsin spring fashion, it’s been a little hard to get too excited for the quickly-approaching summer. That being said, here is something to help put you into a more summery state of mind – the Jazz In The Park lineup has officially been announced. The event takes place each Thursday starting at 5:30 PM throughout the summer, beginning June 3 and ending September 23. This annual concert series takes place in the beautiful Cathedral Square which is nestled into downtown Milwaukee, four blocks east of Water Street and two blocks north of Wisconsin Avenue. Get your picnic blankets and travel wine cooler ready for this festive Milwaukee tradition. The lineup goes as follows:

June 3: The Bad Plus
June 10: Jamie Breiwick and Choir Fight
June 17: Reverand Raven and the Chain Smoking Altar Boys
June 24: We Six
July 1: Natty Nation
July 15: Bonerama
July 22: The Twin Cats
July 29: Eddie Butts Band
August 5: La Chazz
August 12: Lubriphonic
August 19: Swing Nouveau
August 26: Tristan Royalty Squad
September 2: On The One
September 9: Streetlife with Warren Weigratz
September 16: Nabori
September 23: The Tempters

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Musical Milwaukee - Recap on Shows Last Weekend


It was a busy weekend in Milwaukee with some big shows at not one but all Pabst family venues. Friday night kicked off the weekend with some excellent weather and a sold out show at Turner Hall featuring an experimental DJ set from Bassnectar and was opened by a local DJ act, Direwolf. The night was full of great beats and a high energy crowd that danced with zest all night.

Just a few blocks away, queen of quirk Joanna Newsom played at the Pabst Theater with Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes as the warm up act. Though the show posed some technical difficulties with Newson’s difficult-to-tune harp and struggling vocal cords, the show was overall very well received. She is currently touring to promote her new album, Have One On Me which came out in February.

The music continued with some great shows on Saturday night as well. The Pabst had one of their ten buck shows, featuring indie dream-pop outfit Beach House. The Pabst theaters offer this deal for many different shows, allowing Milwaukeeans to hear some new music at a great price.

After selling out Turner Hall about a month prior to the show, Passion Pit played at the Riverside on Saturday night, where they played to a sold out theater. The young group have an electro-pop sound that is perfectly attuned for dancing the night away. The show was not one of the best I have ever been to, with a bit of the synth and drum loops being lost in translation during the live show, the crowd was predominantly pleased with the performance.