The 5th Annual Milwaukee Krampusnacht 2022 is happening Sunday, December 4, 3-9pm @ Best Place and neighboring businesses of the Historic Brewery District. It’s Milwaukee’s original Krampus themed festival.
General Admission: This ticket will get you into all aspects of the event except the individually ticketed activities (below). That includes the vendor floor, party patio, St. Nick’s Speakeasy, and stages. Our parade is at 7pm. We are keeping the advance tickets at the low price of just 5 bucks (plus service charge) so buy in advance because they increase to $10 at the door.
Your money goes to our costs for entertainment, equipment rental, supplies, etc. Kids 13 and under are free General Admission, no ticket needed: https://milwaukeekrampusnacht.ticketbud.com/2022
You can also buy General Admission tickets at the following locations:
Best Place Gift Shop (917 W. Juneau Ave.)
Lion’s Tooth (2421 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.)
Riverwest Co-op (733 E. Clarke St.)
Madam Cora’s Emporium (112 E. Chestnut St., Burlington)
Nice List Donation Ticket: This ticket pays penance for protection from Krampus! Actually, we set it up for those who want to contribute a little more toward the event. We always have a lot of expenses so if we can get some generous attendees to pay a $20 instead of a $5, we’ll meet those goals a lot faster and pay for even more great additions.
Kid’s Krampus Hour (in Best Place’s Blue Ribbon Hall, 3:30-4:30pm): A Milwaukee Krampusnacht favorite, this workshop for kids gives them a chance to unleash their inner beast by making a Krampus mask! There’s also coloring sheets, and special guest appearances, including Saint Nick and Krampus who give each kid a treat bag. It concludes with a short KinderKrampus Parade! This ticket is $15 and good for one adult Genral Admission ticket and a seat for your kid at the craft tables (kids get free general admission). Space is limited! Additional adults need to get their own General Admission ticket: https://milwaukeekrampusnacht.ticketbud.com/2022
Sponsored by Feral House.
Chad Lewis “Legends and Folklore of Winter” (in Best Place’s Blue Ribbon Hall, 4:30-5:30pm): This presentation is SOLD OUT, but you can visit Chad at his table in the Krampus Holiday Market.
Eigene Krampuskarten basteln: Make Your Own Krampus Cards Workshop with Artist Printmaker Crone Moon (in Best Place’s Blue Ribbon Hall, 5:30-6:30pm)
Krampuskarten! Correspondence art! Magic mail! Embrace the tradition of DIY card making on Krampus Night Students of all ages are welcome to make their own unique, hand-stamped Krampus card and matching envelope. All rubber stamps are designed and hand-carved by the artist – each one slightly different than the next.
Each card is 4 1/4″x5 1/2″ with a matching envelope in either cream, red, or green paper – Each student will take home their two uniquely-decorated card sets at the end of the workshop. Non-toxic, artist grade materials will be provided, no previous art experience is necessary. Class runs from 5:30 to 6:30pm, $15 per person. Space is limited! Masks are highly encouraged! https://milwaukeekrampusnacht.ticketbud.com/2022
Make your Milwaukee Krampusnacht experience complete by staying right in the event zone! Brewhouse Inn & Suites is located in a beautifully remodeled former Pabst brewing facility, and they are giving a discount rent to attendees for the night of Dec. 4, $109 for a Queen and $149 for a King. Call and say you are booking a room on Dec.4 for the KRAMPUSNACHT rate: 414-810-3350
More info on the Inn: www.brewhousesuites.com
Please note that 9th st will be open, but Juneau Ave will be closed from 9th to 11th street. There is a parking garage that charges $2/hour right in the event zone on 9th Street, right off Juneau (see number 5 on above map). If that fills, there is another huge parking garage on 9th and State St. (2 blocks away). Street parking is free on Sundays and there is a lot in the area, but it’ll fill up quickly.
More info on public transportation on the Brewery District’s website here: thebrewery.org/parking-and-transportation