Breadfest is Back for Year Two

Hey, Milwaukee, listen up.

You should all be excited to hear that Breadfest is back for its second year, and it bigger than before. Myles Coyne put the festival together with help from the Breadking music collective.

Last year, it took place over two days at venues throughout Riverwest. This year, it’s expanded to four days. Last year, it was mostly a punk festival. This year, it’s said to include a wider array of music. This is all according to Milwaukee Record.

The lineup has been set and announced, and it features local favorites as well as bands from out-of-state. Some of my favorite are The Island of Misfit Toys, Paper Holland, estates, and Soul Low. There are several free and all-ages shows in addition to 21+ shows.

As for the shows that aren’t free, there are different purchase options. Single-show passes run at $6 and a one-day pass will cost $10. They will be available online and at some local outlets soon. A pass for the entire festival will cost a meager $25, and it’s definitely well worth it. They can be purchased here.

Head over to Milwaukee Record to check out the lineup and set times. Support the local scene and come hang out at this cool DIY festival. Also, check out the 2014 sampler via Mine All Mine Records below.

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