Wednesday evenings July 11th through August 29th from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m.
500 North Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53202
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Parking is available for $10 on site in the Discovery World garage. Additional parking is also available at the War Memorial or numerous nearby city lots.
More than 450’ of dock space is available along Discovery World’s south side for Milwaukee’s boating community to use while attending the concerts. Overnight transient slips with shore power are also available for a fee at Discovery World and Lakeshore State Park adjacent to the concert venue. For questions regarding advance reservations on Discovery World’s dock, contact Tyler Torpy at (414) 274-4241. For questions about docking at Lakeshore State Park, visit the online reservation system at www.wisconsin.goingtocamp.com, or contact Angela Vickio at (414) 274-4281.
350 free seats are available on a first come, first served basis in the new outdoor Rotary Amphitheater at Discovery World. This intimate venue overlooking Milwaukee Harbor and Lake Michigan will be appreciated by guests and musicians alike for the truly unique waterfront access it offers.
The Pavilion at Discovery World is reserved for corporate supporters of LIVE @ the Lakefront to host incomparable customer and employee appreciation events. Guests without proper credentials are asked to respect the sponsors who make this free concert series possible and are not allowed in these areas at any time.
Food & Beverage
The Bartolotta restaurant group provides all food and beverage services for LIVE @ the Lakefront. Food selection varies but typically includes steak sandwiches, brats and burgers, pizza and snacks. A full cash bar is available with liquor, beer and wine, which is for sale by the glass or bottle.
Indoor bathroom facilities are available at Discovery World for guests to use.
The outdoor Rotary Amphitheater and indoor restrooms are all handicap-accessible.
Inclement Weather Policy
RAIN OR SHINE! In the event that a concert cannot be held comfortably outdoors, and there is no threat to public safety with severe weather, the concert and the food and beverage service will be moved indoors to the Promenade inside Discovery World.