Rock the Burbs

Rocks the Burbs!

Rock the Burbs is BACK!! We could not be more happy for our partners at Elevate MKE as they plan this super fun live music event! YAY!! Join in for a slightly different (& distanced) version of Rock the Burbs. As always, proceeds benefit The MACC Fund and Special Spaces! Since inception, Rock the Burbs has raised over $50,000!

The creators of Rock the Burbs are back with a live music concert this September 2021!


Elevate MKE and Rock the Burbs are excited to bring live music right to you thru a live concert on Saturday, September 25, 2021 from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. 

This year’s event will take place at The Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts in Brookfield. Space is limited so reserve your spot today!

Food trucks and drinks will be available for purchase on site.

Blue Stones, a Canadian blues rock duo

Adam Doleac, a chart topping country artist

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET: $20/ticket (includes admission only)
GENERAL PLUS TICKET: $35/ticket (includes admission & RTB tee shirt)

Masks may be required when approaching vendors/facilities and when not properly distanced from others in accordance with local mask guidelines.
Be sure to snag a Rock the Burbs tee as well when checking out!


Reserve your spot today as tickets are limited to first come first serve ↙️↙️

Tell me more about Rock the Burbs…

‘Rock the Burbs’ was created by two busy moms of 8 kids collectively. They are city girls that made the move out to the suburbs with their families. They are dreamers who want to inspire and elevate others. They are supported by an amazing team of women, all of which support charity and giving back, and obviously, they are music lovers! Rock the Burbs’ goal is to bring fabulous entertainment to the surrounding suburban Wisconsin areas and connect people together through music. They rocked it out last year!

Plus, the proceeds will be benefiting childhood cancer research through the MACC Fund and Special Spaces.  Help them support a great cause! To learn more about childhood cancer research and the MACC Fund, click here.

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