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How To Get To PrideFest

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Local Bus Transportation

PrideFest receives Festival Shuttle bus service from the Milwaukee County Transit System.

Buses travel up and down Wisconsin Avenue to the festival grounds.           

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From the West:

Take I-94 east and exit at 26th Street. Follow St. Paul Avenue east to Water Street and follow the signs to one of the many parking lots in the area. Or follow I-94 further east, exit at James Lovell Street, park downtown and take a Milwaukee County Transit shuttle bus from Wisconsin Avenue to the festival grounds (Maier Festival Park).

From the North:

Take I-43 south and exit at McKinley Boulevard. Proceed south on 6th Street to Michigan Street. Take Michigan Street east to Water Street and follow the signs to one of the many parking lots in the area. Or park downtown and take the Milwaukee County Transit shuttle bus directly to the festival grounds (Maier Festival Park).

From the South:

Follow I-94 north and exit at Lapham/Greenfield. Go east to 1st Street and head north to follow the signs to Summerfest. Or continue north and exit at Kilbourn Avenue to park downtown and the Milwaukee County Transit shuttle bus directly to the festival grounds (Maier Festival Park).

Friday, June 7, 2013 :: 4:00pm – Midnight*
Saturday, June 8, 2013 :: Noon – Midnight*
Sunday, June 09, 2013 :: Noon – 10PM*/ Grounds

Festival Site

Henry W. Maier Festival Park (Summerfest grounds), along Milwaukee’s lakefront


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Parking

Ample parking is available both in privately operated lots and along city streets. Fees may vary. Vendors with booth spaces will receive directions to special unloading areas at the gates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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