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Milwaukee 110th Anniversary Celebration Tickets On Sale NOW!


Milwaukee 110th Anniversary Celebration Tickets On Sale NOW!


Celebration Ticket (Print-at-home)* $95** BUY NOW

• Admission to the Henry Maier Festival Grounds (Summerfest Grounds) from Aug 29 – Aug 31, 2013

• Automatic entry into the 110th Anniversary Celebration Parade Pass Sweepstakes for a chance to win one motorcycle pass to ride in the parade on Aug 31, 2013.†

• For H.O.G.® members, the ticket also includes the H.O.G.® 30th Anniversary celebration with member-only access to the Summerfest Grounds on Aug 29 from 12:00 PM-5:00 PM along with other member-only activities throughout the weekend. Membership card must be shown with Celebration ticket for entry to those special activities.

• With submission of your email address at time of order:
— Presale opportunity for Aug 29 – Aug 31, 2013 Marcus concert tickets (prior to general public)
— Map of historic Harley-Davidson sites for touring at your leisure while you’re in Milwaukee
— Link to download free event app on your smartphone

Commemorative Celebration Ticket Package $102.50** BUY NOW
Includes all of the above plus the following:

• Photo Frame Folder

• Commemorative Laminated Ticket and Lanyard

• Milwaukee 110th Anniversary Celebration Pocket Guide

• Limited Edition Poker Chip

• Guitar Pick Keepsake

• Collapsible Koozie – $1 canned beer specials and $1 bottled water
Aug 29 – Sep 1, 2013 at the Harley-Davidson Museum® (one beer per koozie per order– must bring koozie to Milwaukee and show at time of order)



  1. chuck January 9, 2013

    Louie, unless you have been to one of the Harley Anniversary Events, they occur every 5 years, you have no idea what a great event it is! it is far from a BS event. For the undred bucks you will have the opportunity to see more big name concerts than you can believe. Concerts start at noon and stop after midnight each night Eleven stages at the summerfest grounds with continuos music. Street partys down town every night, FREE. All the bike vendors are there with their goods, even at sale prices. I cant believe I am telling you this because I have never ran into negative people there. So do me the half million people who come a favor, and dont show up Louie!

  2. louie January 7, 2013

    what a joke. we take it up the chute every time we enter a dealers boutique, and now we are expected to pay more money just so we might win a pass to ride in a parade! and we get a koozie and a guitar pick, WOW, what a deal. as far as I’m concerned, we’ve already paid plenty and most of this should be FREE. the product they sell (twin-cams) is flawed and we spend thousands of dollars just to keep this crap on the road and thousands more when they die, which they all will eventually if they are riden any distance!! I’ll leave these flakey events for the Donut Riders ,as I’m to busy riding to be wasting my time at such B.S. events

  3. Craig January 3, 2013

    I just read the feb. 2013 issue of AIM and on the back there is an Allstate ad with a bike on it. What kind of parts is that made of (softail frame, sportster, etc.) would love to have a bike like that.