Release Date: Wednesday, February 15th 2012
Lebowski Fest coming to Milwaukee on June 22
Dude. The world famous celebration of all things Lebowski comes to Milwaukee for a massive weekend with a huge outdoor movie party, raucous bowling party, copious amounts of White Russians and much more!
Abide now & join the achievers for an outdoor screening of 'The Big Lebowski' in Cathedral Square complete with bands, plentiful beverages and more festivities on Friday June 22nd. Throw some rocks down with an array of Dudes, Walters & Maudes at The Bowling Party at AMF Lanes on Saturday June 23rd featuring costume + trivia contests. Buy a weekend pass and get VIP seats at the movie party, admission to the bowling party and access to soon to be announced Lebowski Fest Events all over town! More info, man!
Lebowski Fest Movie Party
June 22- 5pm-11:00pm
Cathedral Square Park- Kilbourn Avenue & N Jefferson St. Milwaukee WI
Outdoor showing of 'The Big Lebowski, white russians, bands, 'a lot of ins, a lot of outs'
VIP Pass includes reserved seating + cocktail service- $20
General admission-free- first come first serve
Lebowski Fest Bowling Party
June 23- 8pm-2am
AMF Lanes- 7505 West Oklahoma Ave Milwaukee WI
Bowling, white russians, costume + trivia contests, 'what-have-you'
General Admission $25
Weekend Pass includes Movie VIP Pass, Bowling Party Pass + wristband for TBA Lebowski Fest events $45
No Carry-in Food or Beverage, No Exceptions
DISCLAIMER : This is NOT a children’s movie. Big Lebowski is RATED R, and unsuitable for children.
The East Town Association was officially incorporated in 1983, although it began in the early 1960’s.
The first Bastille Days took place July 17 & 18 in 1982 and we celebrate the 30th anniversary in 2011.
East Town Market celebrates 15 years in 2011 and over 80 vendors participate annually.
Jazz in the Park started in 1991, 21 years later we have over 8,000 weekly attendees.
The Storm the Bastille started in 1985. Today, over 5000 runners and walkers participate.
November through May, check out the East Town Market at Discovery World on the 2nd Saturdays from 10am to 2pm.
The first Bastille Days was located on Jefferson Street directly in front of George Watts & Son, today Bastille Days has four stages and occupies eight city blocks.
Beginning in 2009, we no longer allow guests to carry in their own alcoholic beverages to any of our events, including Jazz in the Park. Support these free events and buy a glass of wine!
Over 200 businesses and 100 individuals are members of the East Town Association, see why!
Did you know you can get your knives sharpened at the East Town Market?