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WEEKLY PICKS: July 21, 2014 through July 27, 2014

■  Monday, July 21:  The top Las Vegas tribute artists will be at the Northern Lights Theater of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino for six Vintage Vegas Shows beginning tonight at 8 p.m. Colorful showgirls will be on hand, along with tribute artists performing as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and Marilyn Monroe. Repeat performances are set for
                                                          Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

■  Tuesday, July 22:  There’s nothing like a county fair. The Washington County Fair, which begins today and continues through Sunday, started in 1858. Today, visitors can enjoy livestock competition, tractor pulls and top entertainment in a modern setting just south of West Bend. Acts include ZZ Top and Big & Rich.

■  Live @ Peck Pavilion, a series of concerts along the Milwaukee River outside Milwaukee’s Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, begins tonight. Corky Siegel’s Chamber Blues, with the Sons of Never Wrong, opens at 7:30 p.m. New this year is the River’s Edge Patio with food and beverages available from Sazama’s Fine Catering.

■  Wednesday, July 23:  Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Phantom of the Opera opens at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts tonight, with performances continuing through Aug. 3. The production‘s North American tour follows a sold-out tour of the United Kingdom and has been critically acclaimed as “bigger and better than ever.”

■  The Wayans Brothers of television’s “In Living Color” will keep you laughing for days after tonight’s 8 p.m. performance in the Expo Center of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino. A second show is set for 8 p.m. Thursday.

■  Counting Crows, with guests Toad the Wet Sprocket and Daniel and the Lion, play Milwaukee’s Riverside Theater tonight. Doors open at 6 p.m.

■  Thursday, July 24:  Falls Fest, a family-friendly festival in Menomonee Falls (just northwest of Milwaukee), opens today and continues through Sunday. It’s in Menomonee Falls Village Park.

■  Friday, July 25:  Meet local artists and browse special exhibits tonight and Saturday at Milwaukee’s popular Gallery Night & Day. The quarterly event includes free Gallery Night Xpress shuttles to more than 60 galleries and other venues in the Historic Third Ward and East Town areas of downtown.

■  German Fest opens today at the Summerfest grounds and continues through Sunday. Mader’s, Milwaukee’s oldest restaurant and one of the country’s best-known German restaurants, will again provide food favorites.

■  To really experience Old World Charm and Hospitality at its finest, you need to take a beer history tour at Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee. No reservations are needed. For a small fee, enjoy a historical guided tour that takes you back to 1844 when Best & Company was born to present day. Tour fee includes a 16 oz. Pabst or Schlitz tap or non-alcoholic beverage of your choice. Tours are at 11am, 12 & 1 p.m. today, Saturday and Sunday.

■  Saturday, July 26:  If you’re looking for a festival that is all-Milwaukee, you should check out the annual Brady Street Festival today from 11 a.m.-midnight. Brady Street is one of the city’s most eclectic neighborhoods and the festival provides a full menu of dining, entertainment,
                                                   shopping and just plain people watching.

■  Sunday, July 27:  Called “one of the most likable performers on Earth,” Michael Buble returns to the BMO Harris Bradley Center tonight. It’s part of his tour in support of his hit release “To Be Loved.”

■  The Trisha Brown Dance Company presents Conversations with Sculptures today at 12:30 and 3:30 p.m. in the Lynden Sculpture Garden. It’s a co-presentation of the River Hills sculpture garden and Alverno Presents. Since the Lynden parking lot will be reserved for shuttle drop-off and drivers with disability, attendees should park in the Park & Ride lot on Brown Deer Road just west of the I-43 exit and take the shuttle to the garden.

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