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Arti Gras
February 29, 2020 10:00 am
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March 3, 2016
KI Convention Center
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333 Main Street, Green Bay, WI, 54301, United States
Arti Gras, Green Bay

Arti Gras logoArti Gras presents an eclectic display of the arts in Green Bay. This fine arts festival offers patrons a chance to view and purchase the works of 100 artists and craftpersons from across the Midwest. Original works representing a variety of media will be for sale. Artist demonstrations take place throughout the event, providing a rare view of artists and their work during the creative process.

Outstanding performances are a highlight at the event including exciting classical music, powerful jazz, and dance. Children can get hands-on art experience through participation in a variety of creative art and music activities. The event also boasts an array of special gourmet items to choose from. The cultural area features information booths and special exhibits by area organizations giving visitors valuable information about the many community cultural opportunities in and around Green Bay.


Arti Gras runs Saturday and Sunday, February 29 – March 1 this year. Saturday hours are 10am – 5pm and Sunday hours are 9am – 4pm. Arti Gras is in a new location this year, at the KI Convention Center on Main Street in downtown Green Bay. Admission is $10 for adults ($7 pre-sale tickets are available at Festival Foods locations in the Green Bay area.) Get all the details on artists, booths, music, offerings, and more on the Arti Gras website.

Arti Gras Address:

KI Convention Center
333 Main Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
(920) 435-5220

I-41, U.S. 141, and Highways 29, 32, 54, 57, and 172 all get you close to the KI Convention Center downtown. Highway 29 and U.S. 141 bring you basically right to it! You’ll find it right by the Neville Public Museum, Titletown Brewing, Copper State Brewing, the Fox River, and all the activity in downtown Green Bay. While in town, of course you should check out Lambeau Field and the mushrooming Titletown District along with the National Railroad Museum, Heritage Hill, and more. Enjoy!