For 15 years, Bay View Neighborhood Association’s Chill On The Hill brought music to Humboldt Park’s band chalet every Tuesday between the beginning of June and the end of August. Chill organizers made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 shows on account of the COVID-19 crisis, but last summer brought about the triumphant return of the beloved concert series.

We’re pleased to report the series will be back again in 2022! Chill On The Hill’s 17th season will feature 13 weeks of free, family-friendly entertainment. The concert series will kick off on June 7 and will run through August 30. Like last year, Chill will expand its footprint by designating the space between the band chalet and the Vine Beer Garden for show-goers. The park road will also be closed between Howell Ave. and Idaho St. on Tuesdays to allow more space for food vendors and guests.

The concerts, which begin at 6:30 p.m., feature a loaded local lineup that includes Milwaukee music mainstays like The LOL, Black Challenger, No Seatbelts, The MilBillies, Paul Cebar, Gego y Nony, and a season-ending performance by Vincent Van Great and Amanda Huff. This year’s lineup also brings the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and a “100th Anniversary Celebration” of the American Legion Band to the chalet. Go find your lawn chairs, break out your comfiest blanket, put some beverages in the cooler, and check out the 2022 Chill On The Hill lineup below.

June 7
“The Lauryl Sulfate Show” featuring The LOL, Fun Bois, Black Challenger, and Grim Paddle

June 14
Fellow Kinsman and No Seatbelts

June 21
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

June 28
American Legion Band 100th Anniversary Celebration

July 5
Orlando Pena & The Midnight Purchase and Whiskeybelles

July 12
Wise Jennings and The MilBillies

July 19
Secondhand Souls and Local Legends

July 26
Moonglow and El Sebas

August 2
Peshtigo and Gego y Nony

August 9
Loud Library and Blind Fiction

August 16
Paul Cebar

August 23
The Breadmen and Ethan Keller

August 30
Jalen Romell Acoustic, Tigera, and Vincent Van Great & Amanda Huff

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Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.