What’s better than Milwaukee County Parks? How about beer in Milwaukee County Parks, courtesy of the ever-popular Traveling Beer Garden? And what’s better than beer in Milwaukee County Parks, courtesy of the ever-popular Traveling Beer Garden? How about the just-announced “Feasts on the Beach,” coming this summer to the Traveling Beer Garden at Doctors Park? Now we’re talking.

Co-presented by Sprecher, the five Doctors Park beach parties will feature different themes, different menus, and, in one case, a screening of an Elvis Presley movie (Clambake!). Here’s the schedule:

Thursday, July 19
New England Clam Bake
Steamer clams steamed using seaweed, corn on the cob, red potatoes, cornbread, and 2 pints beer/person.
Entertainment: Screening of the Elvis Presley movie “Clambake” followed by Elvis tribute singer Tony Rocker.

Tuesday, July 24
Door County Fish Boil
Whitefish, Cole slaw, red potatoes, corn on the cob, cherry pie, and 2 pints beer/person.
Entertainment: Pangaea Steel drum and Marimba Duo.

Wednesday, July 25
Hawaiian Luau
Pig roast, roasted fresh pineapple, Hawaiian poi, tuna poke, and 2 pints beer/person.
Entertainment: Haleo Malo Hawaiian Dance Revue.

Thursday, July 26
Louisiana Crawfish Boil
Crawfish, shrimp, corn on the cob, red potatoes, red beans & rice, cornbread, and 2 pints beer/person.
Entertainment: Danny Nimphius Milwaukee Blue Grass All Stars.

Tuesday, July 31
Maryland Crab Feast
Blue crabs, cornbread, corn on the cob, red potatoes, Kielbasa sausage, and 2 pints of beer or soda/person.
Entertainment: Jay Matthes (Surf Songs and Jimmy Buffet Tribute).

Tickets are $60 each, and can be purchased here. A “Take the Tour” 5-pack is also available for $250. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets, lawn chairs, and other beach stuff. The fun begins at 6 p.m.

The 2018 Traveling Beer Garden season kicks off May 16 at Juneau Park and Greenfield Park.

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In his spare time, Matt Wild enjoys collecting 8-bit Nintendo games (emulation is for creeps) and fondly remembering the time Milwaukee weatherman Vince Condella caused a stir at his Catholic grade school by showing up with an earring. He lives on Milwaukee's East Side.