Party on the Pavement, Racine« Back to Events
It’s a big party in the Belle City! Party on the Pavement is Racine’s biggest one-day festival, and it happens Saturday, September 16th from noon – 7pm in downtown Racine.
International cuisine can be enjoyed throughout Party on the Pavement – including Spanish, Filipino, Italian, Korean, Thai, Japanese, Mexican, Irish, Jamaican and American – available all day long. There’s also a car show, an arts/crafts show, the Touch a Truck equipment displays, the Division BMX Stunt Team, carnival rides and much more.
Party on the Pavement favorite Touch-a-Truck is back this year. Large construction equipment, agricultural equipment, law enforcement vehicles and more will be located in the former Porter’s Lot on Sixth Street for everyone to touch, feel, and sit in or on.
You can also check out aerial arts performances will be held at the end of Sixth Street in front of Pepi’s Pub & Grill, create hands-on art projects from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Racine Art Museum, and see live glass blowing demonstrations at Hot Shop Glass (239 Wisconsin Avenue.)
Admission to the Party on the Pavement grounds is free! Party on the Pavement takes place throughout downtown on Main Street from State Street to 7th Street and all of 6th Street from Lake Avenue to City Hall.
Party on the Pavement Music Lineup:
SC Johnson Stage – Monument Square
Indigo Canyon, Rock
Stone Theory, 70s Rock
Main Street/State Street Stage
Stoned Blues Band, Blues
Tailspin Band, Rock & Blues
Identity Crisis, 80s/90s Rock
Indian Motorcycle of Racine Stage – 522 6th Street
The Fourcast, Acoustic
All the Kings Men, Elvis
Pat McCurdy, Comedy Guitar
Taste of Soul Stage (7th and Park)
DJ Mysta Mack
Stone Jam, Old School
Young Bo & LLil Hawk
DJ Phil (inside)
Mexico Lindo Stage (6th St.)
Mariachi Mexico International
Grupo Folklorico-LaPerla Tapatia
Pub on Wisconsin Stage
DJ Devious, All genres
Party on the Pavement Address:
It covers 12 blocks, but it’s centered on Monument Square, 534 Main Street
Racine, WI 53403