Summerfest: Day 2

Last night was a perfect opening for Summerfest’s first day. Despite the local tragedy, there was perfect weather, plenty of bands, and of course…roudy motherfuckers. Tonight the decision of which show to see may be obvious, however there is still plenty going on if politcal, gangster rap just isn’t your thing.

But it’s mine. Especially when it’s Public Enemy, the pioneers of such genre. Oh, and if you’re going just to see Flava Flav, please stay in back. You can catch them 10:00 pm at the U.S. Cellular stage.

Since you’re going to Public Enemy anyway (you’re going, right?) you might as well get there early to check out Malik Yusef who performs at the same stage, but at 8:00pm.

AND even before that catch Milwaukee duo The Lab Experiment (The Rusty P’s Adam James & producer Brandon Birchbauer) of Uni Fi Records at 5:30, also at the U.S. Cellular Stage.

So really, unless you like mediocre rock bands & bands covering classic rocks your best bet is to stay at the U.S. stage all night…with me! See you there & enjoy! Spilt Millk, son.

If you don’t plan on going to Summerfest at all Monkey Bar (1619 S. 1st St) is having a show with the homies Blizz McFly, B.U. & more.

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