Over the course of the entire Packers season, Milwaukee Record has hosted a halftime show. So far, the series (which typically takes place at Cactus Club) has brought out dozens of football fans and local music aficionados every week to take in a free 15-minute performance from a Milwaukee artist.

With Queen Hilma, our first non-Milwaukee participant, preparing to take the stage tonight for a Halftime Show that was originally set to precede a Hear Here Presents show, we spoke with our pals at Hear Here about shaking up the format this time around. They were on board. Here’s what’s happening tonight!

The wonderful Caley Conway and her band will start things off with a pre-game show that will begin at 7 p.m. sharp and run until kickoff. After the second quarter, Queen Hilma will perform a halftime set that will continue into the third quarter. This way, nobody will have to decide between football and music, and the touring act can get back to Green Bay relatively early. Like all halftime shows, this is a free event. However, there will be a $5 suggested donation for this show in an effort to support an out-of-town act and a band playing an uncharacteristically early set.

Arrive early for the show, and stay for the drink specials, touchdown shots, free food, high fives, and Brett Hundley’s first win (we’re calling it!). See you tonight.

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Co-Founder and Editor

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.