For nearly two decades, Bay View Neighborhood Association’s Chill On The Hill has brought music to Humboldt Park’s band chalet every Tuesday between the beginning of June and the end of August.

We’re pleased to report the series will be back again in 2023! Chill On The Hill’s 18th season will feature 13 weeks of free, family-friendly entertainment. The concert series will kick off on June 6 and will run through August 29. Like the past two years, 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 Avenue and Idaho Street 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 Collections Of Colonies Of Bees, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Lost Orange Cat, NilexNile, The Whiskeybelles, Scam Likely, and more. Chill On The Hill organizers will make an appearance on WMSE at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 3 to discuss the series in greater depth.

Go find your lawn chairs, break out your comfiest blanket, put some beverages in the cooler, and check out the 2023 Chill On The Hill lineup below:

June 6
Shamewave + Collections Of Colonies Of Bees

June 13
Pulpa de Guayaba + Joeseph Huber

June 20
American Legion Band

June 27
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

July 4
4th of July Celebration produced by the Humboldt Park 4th of July Association (Music TBA)

July 11
Bella Bruto + Barb Stephan

July 18
Lost Orange Cat + Elephonic

July 25
Ben Harold And The Rising + Dope Music Crew

August 1
Scam Likely + The Grovelers

August 8
NilexNile + Cozy Danger

August 15
Smoke n Mirrors + Cosmic Endeavors

August 22
Ben Mulwana + WhiskeyBelles

August 29
Dick Satan Trio + Shonn Hinton

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