Artstreet 2024

Artstreet 2024

Art Show
August 23 – 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
August 24 – 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
August 25 – 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
August 23 – 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
August 24 – 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
August 25 – 10:00 am – 4:30 pm


Ashwaubomay Park, Ashwaubenon, WI
Ashwaubomay Park is an 84 acre park, conveniently located between the National Railroad Museum and the Brown County Fairgrounds, and just down the road from Lambeau Field, at 2881 South Broadway, Ashwaubenon, WI 54304. 

Admission – FREE

Art Festival
offers patrons a chance to view and purchase the works of over one hundred artists both local and from around the country. Exhibited for sale are original works representing various media forms including basketry, ceramics, fiber art, glass, graphic art, jewelry, metal smithing, painting, paper art, photography, sculpture, woodwork, and music.

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Information Center
The information center is where volunteers check in and provides general event information. Visitors can pick up information, purchase an Artstreet t-shirt and learn more about Mosaic’s year-round programs.

Art Raffle
The Art Raffle is a fun way to try to win one of many pieces of fine art. Proceeds from raffles support Mosaic’s year-round programming benefiting local artists, arts organizations, and the community.

Art Street Food Vendors
Full food vendors list coming soon!

Artstreet Pub and Grill (proceeds supports Mosaic Arts)

Performing Arts
Continuous entertainment is featured on the Music Stage and Community Stage highlighting a blend of jazz, blues, rock, classical, gospel, dance, and more. Visitors will also encounter street performers throughout the event.

Friday Line up 8/23/24

Saturday Line up 8/24/24

Sunday Line Up 8/25/24

Family Creative Area
Mosaic Arts, Inc. offers creative activities including hands on art projects. Families and children of all ages will have an opportunity to view, listen and express themselves through creative activities taking place throughout the grounds.

Cultural Street
Information booths and special exhibits by the not-for-profit community will be represented at the event. Visitors can learn valuable information about some of the many cultural organizations in the Greater Green Bay area, including, but not limited to, visual, performing arts and social and multicultural groups and organizations, and creative businesses.

Emerging Artists
This area of the event is not only for young artists between the ages of twelve and twenty-one (12-21) that are still attending high school or enrolled in an advanced art degree, but also for those who have started an art career later in life and have not been juried into an art show as an established artist. This event provides emerging artists an opportunity to experience a fine arts festival alongside the seasoned arts professionals that exhibit at Artstreet. Our hope is that you have a chance to visit with professional artists and perhaps find a mentor. From sculpture to painting, photography to fiber, Artstreet provides budding artists an excellent opportunity to experience what a career in the arts might look like.

Visit Discover Green Bay at Green Bay Tourism for information about all the great lodging accommodations Greater Green Bay has to offer.

Interested in camping? In partnership with Brown County Fairgrounds, there are a limited number of sites with water and electric hook up available at the nearby Fairgrounds.  Contact [email protected] for reservation information.

Ashwaubomay Park is dog friendly. The safety and health of your furry friend is important so please consider the temperature and crowds before bringing them out. Further, we do have pet friendly shuttles for those parking at the fairgrounds.

Unauthorized Vendors and Solicitors:
Only approved vendors are able to participate on the grounds during the event.