This football season is going to be different. We’re not sure if you’ve heard, but Green Bay has a new quarterback. The team is also relying on lots of young and unproven (but VERY promising) personnel to breathe new life into an organization that, quite frankly, could use it. While there’s a lot of uncertainty on the field, we can tell you one thing for sure: the Milwaukee Record Halftime Show concert series is coming back!

This season, we’ve assembled a stacked roster of 15 acts that will provide FREE all-ages entertainment during halftime of Green Bay’s games. Get ready to see 15-minute shows from the likes of Emmitt James, Ghost Cuts, Shontrail, Scam Likely, and many more. This year’s lineup also offers a few surprises, including a show by Green Day Packers (a novelty band with a very specific concept that’s fronted by Milwaukee Record‘s own Tyler Maas), a reunion by Matt Wild’s own Holy Mary Motor Club, and a regular season finale by hip-hop/polka outfit November Criminals.

Like previous seasons, the concert series will take place at Cactus Club. Also like previous seasons, Miller High Life will sponsor our football-focused festivities, meaning fans can enjoy “The Champagne Of Beers” and Miller Lite for $10 for a bucket of five beers all game long and “Record Recommended” High Life and Mystery Shot specials for $6. This year also brings two new sponsors into the mix. Our friends at Transfer Pizzeria Cafe will be coming by games (excluding Mondays and holidays) to drop off some pizza for everyone to share. Meanwhile, MKE Distilling Company’s new vodka will be featured in bloody marys and Cactus Bombs throughout the season.

As usual, there will be a DJ playing music during commercial breaks. There will also be touchdown shots (both regular and N/A options will be offered). Games will be shown in the bar as usual, but they’ll also be shown on a projector screen in Cactus Club’s back room. And we repeat: THERE’S NO COVER CHARGE for the concerts. Check out the full lineup below! (Game times and performers are subject to change.)


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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.