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What are the best Father’s Day 2019 events in Milwaukee, WI?

Top 2019 Father’s Day Activities in Milwaukee, WI

Father’s Day is just around the corner, and many of us are looking for ideas on how to show dad a great time. Milwaukee has no shortage of events going down for the holiday this year. We’ve compiled a few selections to get your mind rolling.

Father’s Day at Milwaukee County Zoo

  • Where? Milwaukee County Zoo, 10001 W Bluemound Rd, Milwaukee WI
  • When? Sunday, June 16th

If you’re looking for something to do with the family for Father’s Day, try the zoo! Dads get in free for the holiday. Note that parking and concession fees still apply.

Father’s Day Buffet Brunch

  • Where? On The Bayou, 2053 N Doctor M.L.K. Jr Dr, Milwaukee WI
  • When? Sunday, June 16th from 12 pm to 5 pm

One free drink of choice is included for all fathers with this brunch. Tickets cost 26.95 for adults, 21.95 for seniors, and 14.95 for kids between 7 and 12 years old. If you have any other questions, give them a call at 877-465-3051.

3rd Annual Father’s Day Car Show Milwaukee

  • Where? 818 S Water St, Milwaukee WI
  • When? Sunday, June 15th at 4 pm

As car people, we had to include this one. The Annual Father’s Day Car Show boasts hundreds of exotic cars and trucks, both old and new. Jam out to both live music and a DJ. The event takes place on 5th Street, in front of Mobcraft beer, so feel free to grab some brews while you enjoy. Kids will be kept happy too with a bounce house and more.

Father’s Day Fundraiser & Celebration

  • Where? Lakefront Brewery Hall, 1872 N Commerce St, Milwaukee WI
  • When? Sunday, June 16th at 10 am

If you’re looking for a good cause, try the Father’s Day Fundraiser and Celebration at Lakefront Brewery Hall. Fathers who donate a tie will receive a free tour of the brewery. For every tie donated, along with every pint and cheese curd ordered, Lakefront Brewery will donate $1 to Pints for Prostates.

The ties go to Career Gear, which is a company that helps low-income men to achieve economic independence. So even if you’re not a dad, you’re encouraged to bring in a tie!

Two men, presumably fathers and related to one another, laugh and look into the distance. They are actually on bikes, though you have to look closely to realize it.