Under One Moon Festival, Milwaukee« Back to Events
Catalano Square in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward hosts the Under One Moon Festival, a three-day pop-up festival that celebrates everything lunar.
Its centerpiece is the Museum of the Moon, a 23-foot diameter, inflatable art installation of the lunar surface by Luke Jerram that rises over Catalano Square all weekend. The lunar celebration, going on night and day, includes moon songs, chalk art, original dance, lectures from leading space experts and much more. The festival is produced under the direction of Black Box Fund, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that supports public art, music and performances that inspire and educate.
The remarkable detail of the Moon installation, which suspends from a crane and hangs over the Catalano Square Fountain, is the centerpiece. It shines at night and serves as a beacon for the festival. You’ll find it right along Highway 32 as you drive through Milwaukee’s Third Ward, along Milwaukee and Young Streets, also bounded by Erie and Menomonee Streets.
Under One Moon Festival Address:
100 Block of N. Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202