For the third year of this festival, 164 bands are playing at 21 venues around downtown Red Wing.
Hear music at half a dozen venues in the downtown of this western Wisconsin college town.
Headliners play the State Theatre, and on Friday, more than 50 bands play acoustic jazz, ragtime, big-band and blues along Barstow Street downtown, recreating New York's 52nd Street.
Dozens of musical groups in all genres play in museums, galleries, cafes and arts centers across town. There are arts workshops for children, too.
The Spring Green General Store in this artistic town on the Wisconsin River celebrates Bob Dylan's 79th birthday with free outdoor music.
This free music festival is in Millennium Park and across the street at the Cultural Center.
The largest of Chicago's free music festivals draws 750,000 people to Millennium Park.
The Trempealeau Hotel hosts this easygoing festival on the banks of the Mississippi.
More than 150 musicians and songwriters perform in more than 15 venues around town to benefit the historic Michigan Avenue canal bridge.
The country-music festival in this town near Clear Lake features Lynyrd Skynrd, Riley Green and Old Dominion. There's camping (and glamping) onsite.
Listen to jazz in Mears Park, in St. Paul's Lowertown.
Toby Keith, Little Big Town and Thomas Rhett are among the headliners of this year's big festival at Ford Festival Park.
There will be 42 hours of free entertainment in Sturgis Park, including a Sunday morning gospel set and a jazz brunch.
This family-friendly folk and roots festival on a farm includes reggae, country, zydeco, jazz and Celtic music on three stages and four workshop areas. There's also a juried arts and crafts fair. Rustic camping is available.
The Old Town School of Folk Music presents this Lincoln Square festival, which includes more than 60 acts on four stages plus 30 local and regional craft beers and food from neighborhood restaurants.
This free folk and roots festival is in Viroqua's Eckhart Park.
This rock festival is held in Ford Festival Park.
This family-friendly festival on the Crow River, west of the Twin Cities, features folk, blues, jazz and other grassroots music on three stages, including one for children. There's onsite camping and food.
This big music festival features dozens of bands and, unlike other Grant Park festivals, is not free. Reserve rooms far in advance.
Professional musicians, many of them world-famous, offer free classical concerts in Millennium Park's beautiful Pritzker Pavilion.
The festival is virtual this year.
The 32nd annual music fest on the Lake Superior harbor showcases national and regional acts on three stages.
Listen to the blues and eat barbecued foods in Petersen Park on McCollum Lake.
This free festival is in the lakefront Celebration Place.
Enjoy national and local blues musicians in Fern Island Park. There's a beer garden, of course.
This family-friendly festival, just off the Paul Bunyan State Trail, features more than 40 bluegrass shows and free workshops.
Few settings are more beautiful than Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park on Lake Superior; 25 national and regional blues, folk and bluegrass acts perform.
It's canceled in 2020.
This festival in Riverside Park includes children's activities, a traditional arts and crafts fair and music performances and workshops.
This free festival features music at the Chicago Cultural Center and Millennium Park.
Enjoy a day of blues in Lyran Park, with food from local restaurants.
Enjoy a weekend of music in Mattson Lower Harbor Park on Lake Superior.
This free Fox Cities jazz festival is in Jefferson Park, on the shores of Lake Winnebago.
The festival will be presented online 1-3 p.m. on Sundays in September.
Normally, there will be more than 80 artists performing at more than 30 venues across the city, including the Chicago Cultural Center.
WTIP, North Shore Community Radio, hosts this outdoor fest of more than 25 local and regional music acts next to the municipal campground.
This free festival features music and dance from around the world on the Memorial Union Terrace and, on Saturday, at the Willy Street Fair.
It's virtual this year.
This family-friendly acoustic festival is near Eau Claire and features Big Wu, Pistol Whippin Party Penguins, Lindsay Lou and Buffalo Gospel.
There's camping onsite.
Listen to non-stop music during this free festival at venues in and around Midway Plaisance, near the Museum of Science and Industry and Lake Michigan.
This year, the festival is virtual on Saturday, but on Sunday there will be live music on mobile stages in Hyde Park.
This festival focuses on the creative processes of musicians, artists, comedians, writers, thinkers, scientists and magicians.