Milwaukee– Deer District Market Series, presented by the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network and supported by Deer District BID 53, continues through August and September to bring local businesses to the Plaza at Fiserv Forum.

Remaining Market Series:

Aug. 27 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. – MKE Black Summer Marketplace

Sept. 23 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. – Milwaukee Makers Market

Morning Glory Art Fair, presented by Wisconsin Craft, is one of the top art fairs in the Midwest showcasing 130+ artists from around the country specializing in ceramics, fiber, glass, jewelry, wood, mixed media and more. MKE Black Summer Marketplace is focused on local Black-Owned businesses, showcasing more than 40 vendors including food trucks, clothing vendors, art creators, 360 photography and more. Milwaukee Makers Market will feature over 50 local small businesses including crafters, artists, freelance designers and more.

“We’re excited to partner with the Milwaukee Bucks for the third year to welcome local businesses and vendors to the Plaza for Deer District Market Series,” said David Olson, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer at Froedtert Health. “Our collective goals to support the diverse communities we serve and to build healthier communities are supported by this impressive lineup of events that should bring a number of people together to enjoy the talents and crafts of their fellow community members.”

All markets are free and open to the public. Follow Deer District on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @deerdistrict or visit for more information and event updates.

About Milwaukee Makers Market:

Milwaukee Makers Market’s mission is to support local makers by creating fun and safe one-stop-shop experiences, connecting artisans with current and future fans, and celebrating Milwaukee’s incredible makers community. For more information, visit

About Wisconsin Craft:

Wisconsin Craft traces its roots to 1916 when the Wisconsin Society of Applied Arts was established. In fact, Wisconsin Craft is the second oldest craft organization in the country after the Boston-based Society of Arts and Crafts. Over the years, the organization evolved and in 2021 formally changed its name to Wisconsin Craft after nearly 40 years as the Wisconsin Designer Crafts Council. The name change allowed Wisconsin Craft to apply for and secure its 501c3 status.

About MKE Black:

MKE Black is a non-profit whose mission is to celebrate, promote, empower and advance Black businesses, events and culture in the greater Milwaukee area by providing resources, connections and awareness in everyday life. Learn more at

About Deer District:

Deer District is Milwaukee’s newest neighborhood and is redefining the city’s downtown. Anchored by the world-class Fiserv Forum, a preeminent sports and entertainment venue and home to the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, the 30-acre Deer District is Milwaukee’s premier location for people to live, work and play, and is a hub for the city’s vibrant future. A year-round destination, Deer District features a myriad of dining and entertainment options in addition to Fiserv Forum including The MECCA Sports Bar & Grill, The Cluckery, The Beer Garden, Good City Brewing, Punch Bowl Social, Drink Wisconsinbly, Fat Tuesday and Insomnia Cookies. Deer District also features a large plaza which serves as an ideal setting to enjoy live music, festivals, outdoor movies, fitness classes and other events. Additionally, Deer District includes GATHER at Deer District, the Bucks’ state-of-the-art training center, the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Sports Science Center, and the 550 Ultra Lofts apartment building, which are both located directly across from Fiserv Forum.

Future developments for Deer District include The Trade Milwaukee, a 200-plus room Marriott Autograph Collection hotel, two FPC Live operated music venues, additional high-end apartments, and further commercial, office space, real estate and entertainment opportunities. For more information on Deer District, visit