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InterNations Milwaukee Event: Cinco De Mayo

Hosted by the Milwaukee Ambassador
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Took place 1 month ago
505 S. 5TH ST
Milwaukee, United States of America

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May 5TH is celebrated in the US as Mexican independence day, which is not the actual date as many will tell you, but we will carry on the tradition and celebrate our friends anyway!

Mobcraft is a small batch Craft brewery with a variety of taps. We can meet here and then on to Zocalo food park, where they will host a Cinco event with food and music and lots to see and do.

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Get ready for our annual Cinco de Mayo celebration! Celebrate with delicious food, local music, tequila tasting, a paint & sip and festive vibes. Don't miss out on the fun!
🥃Tequila Tasting at 5:00PM🥃
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3:30-4:00PM - Tlalok & Ben Skrade
4:15-6:15PM - Los Nenes Del Lago
6:30-7:15PM - UWM Afro Carribean Latin Jazz Orchestra
7:15-8:00PM - UWM Alumni Combo
8:15-9:00PM - Francisco Castro Trio
🖼️Live Art by Billy Grimm from 3:30-9:00PM
🎨 Paint & Sip at 5:00PM
Register here:
🛍️414Flea Market 11:00-5:00PM
We hope to see you here!

InterNations Ambassador Milwaukee
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