President Joe Biden will be in town today for an hour-long town hall meeting thing, broadcast live from the Pabst Theater. CNN’s Anderson Cooper will moderate the invite-only event. If, like us, you haven’t been invited, you can watch the town hall at 8 p.m. on CNN or at cnn.com.

Oh, and you can also check out the more than 20 downtown buildings that will be lit red, white, and blue for the occasion. The mass lighting begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday and goes until dawn. And the participating downtown buildings (and bridges, and underpasses, and tunnels) are…

Daniel W. Hoan Memorial Bridge – Light the Hoan
Discovery World
Fiserv Forum
I-794 Underpass (Broadway and Water Street) – Brighten the Passage
Hyatt Regency Milwaukee
Lakefront Brewery
Marcus Performing Arts Center
MGIC
Milwaukee Art Museum
Milwaukee County Historical Society
Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21 Office – 301 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Mitchell Park Domes
Pabst Theater
The Pfister Hotel
Riverside Theater
Schlitz Park
Turner Hall
U.S. Bank Center
Wisconsin Center District (Wells Street tunnel)
600 EAST Wisconsin
833 East Michigan

And here’s footage of the non-existent 2020 Democratic National Convention that Biden and 50,000 other people were supposed to be at but weren’t. Sigh.

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