Summer in YOUR City Programming

Downtown Madison is helping you enjoy Summer in YOUR City again in 2022 with some great programming at various spaces including Lisa Link Peace Park, 30 on the Square, and the Grove at the Top of State St. Join us for some summer fun!

All Summer Long

YOUR Lunchtime LIVE
Tuesday | 12-1pm | S Hamilton Capitol Lawn
Live music on the Capitol Square (S Hamilton corner) EVERY Tuesday at noon June through August.
Find more information and dates here.

Interested in performing with us? Register here for your chance!

Live & Local
Thurday | 5-7pm | Lisa Link Peace Park
Live music at Lisa Link Peace Park EVERY Thursday from 5 -7pm July through September.
Find more information and dates here.

Interested in performing with us? Register here for your chance!

Final Friday Fun
Friday | 11am - 1pm | Top of State St
On the Final Fridays of the Month, find family fun downtown in collaboration with Downtown Madison partners and non-profit organizations. Featuring some craft activities, children’s performers, kids crafts, and outdoor play.
DATES: 6/24, 7/29, 8/26
Find more information here.

Friday Evening Classical Guitars
Friday | 7-9pm | Lisa Link Peace Park
Live music at Lisa Link Peace Park. Presented by Madison's Central Business Improvement District and Madison Classical Guitar Society.
DATES: 6/24, 7/8, 7/22, 8/5
Find more information here.

Elements and Friends in the Park
Saturday | 5-9pm | Lisa Link Peace Park
Live music at Lisa Link Peace Park. Presented by Madison's Central Business Improvement District and Jeff Clarke and the band Elements .
DATES: 6/4, 7/2, 9/3
Find more information here.



Summer Series

YOUR Downtown Movie Night
A FREE movie series held in Downtown Madison with Madison Parks department! Grab a blanket/lawn chair, a snack, and enjoy the free show starting at dusk!



Summer Pop Ups

Madison Public Library Takeover Program - Essential: True Stories of Unseen Work
5/14 Sa, 4-6pm: In collaboration with Madison Public Library’s Takeover program, Mad City Story Slam will pop-up in Lisa Link Peace Park (452 State St). The organizers will prearrange a few storytellers speaking on “essential” work and will open the mic for the audience to tell their stories as well.

Find more information here.