BROWN COUNTY (WCWF) --
1. Hopeland Festival returns to Green Bay
The celebration of music is back for it's third year to downtown Green Bay. This two-day event brings together captivating emerging artists of music, performance and visual arts. Headliners include Cory Chisel, Adriel Denae, Ayron Jones, Cedrice and J-Council.
The event runs Friday and Saturday, September 6th-7th within the Broadway District near Titletown Brewing Co. For tickets and details on the festival, click here.
2. Craft Beer Fest kicks off in Green Bay
The Green Bay Booyah have announced the inaugural Craft Beer Fest taking place at Capital Credit Union Park this Saturday, September 7th. The event will feature craft beer selections from more than 35 breweries, food and a live musical performance by soul-infused pop/rock cover band- The Third Wheels.
Tickets start at $40, and are available only for those over 21 years of age. The event runs from 2-5 p.m. For more tickets and further details, head to the Green Bay Booyah website.
3. Sunflower Festival
Sunflower Fest returns to Sturgeon Bay this year, but with a new name and a new location! Formerly Corn Fest, it will be located at Martin Park with many of the same activities as recent years. The event will include children's activities, food eating contests and a musical performance from the rockabilly-r&b--soul-infused 10-piece band, Wifee and the HuzzBand!
The event is free and open to the public, and will run this Saturday, September 7th from 9 in the morning to 3 p.m. For more information about Sunflower Fest, click here.
4. Parallel 44 Harvest Fest
This Saturday, September 7th, Parallel 44 is welcoming the fall season with their annual Harvest fest! There will be local vendors, wagon rides and music performed by Kevin Van Ess and The Talk of the Town.
Sign-up today to participate in their signature grape-stomp challenge! The family-friendly event runs from 12-6 p.m. For more information head to the Parallel 44 website.
5. Latino Fest 2019
Come promote the well-being of the Latino community and support student scholarships at Latino Fest 2019 this Saturday, September 7th.
Enjoy an Aztec dance performance, hear various Latin music genres and learn about the diversity of Latino communities. And if you're up for the challenge.. you can participate in a jalapeno eating contest!
The event runs from 11 a.m.-6 p.m at Pierce Park in Appleton. For more information, click here.