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Other good info:
  • No food or beverage carryins
  • Pets are not allowed.
  • Bicycles are encouraged, but for safety reasons you may be asked to walk your bike in certain areas.  A secured bike lot will be available on the west end of Monona Terrace.
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Make A Donation

In 2014, Rhythm & Booms attendees are asked to help keep this much loved community event sustainable for the future by making a tax deductible donation of $5.00 via text. The large expense of putting on this event cannot be borne by sponsors alone. Of course, donations of any size are always welcome by mailing them to Madison Festivals, 5976 Executive Dr. #B, Fitchburg WI 53719. To Give By Text: Text FESTIVAL to 20222. Please confirm by responding YES or it won't go through. No need to give your credit card. The donation will be billed to your mobile phone account or deducted from your balance.

Proceeds from the events allow Madison Festivals to provide free events to the public such as the Taste of Madison and Rhythm & Booms, while supporting over 100 local nonprofits and charities that provide volunteers. In 2014, over $160,000 will be paid to local groups.


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