Lakefront Open House

This community event encourages you to see what these lakefront partners have to offer. Free and open to the public with a brat fry, free sail boat rides and more along the lakeshore on Broughton Drive.  

Greek Fest

Deland Park 901 Broughton Drive, Sheboygan, WI, United States

Sheboygan’s Greek Fest returns to Deland Park this June! Come Support St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church with food, family, entertainment and fun! More details to come - check their website for more information as it becomes available. Event held Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday. Friday  5PM to 8PM Saturday 11AM to 8PM Sunday  11AM to […]

Venetian Boat Parade

Join in the festivities along the Riverfront for the viewing of the annual boat parade.  Decked out in lights, the boat parade kicks of the Independence Day celebration! Starts at dusk along the Sheboygan Riverfront - sponsored by the Sheboygan Yacht Club Venetian Boat Parade viewing party at Driftwood South Pier 4pm - 8pm Music […]

Mercury Racing Midwest Challenge

Sheboygan's Riverfront

The Mercury Racing Midwest Challenge, a festival and celebration of power boat racing, will feature the top categories of U.S. powerboat racing. More than 40 teams from around the world will be competing. International marine motorsport promoter Powerboat P1, the Formula One Racing Series, and Mercury Marine, a Fond du Lac, WI based manufacture of […]

Polar Bear Plunge

Deland Park 901 Broughton Drive, Sheboygan, WI, United States

It happens every year, since 1973, and even the bitter cold of winter can't stop it. On January 1, at 1pm, people line up along the frigid waters of Lake Michigan with only one thing in their minds - to run in. It sounds crazy, insane crazy, but that doesn't stop anyone from doing it. […]

Visit Sheboygan Events Calendar Guidelines: Our goal is to provide information on things to see and do in Sheboygan and to utilize that information to attract visitors to our area. To ensure the information serves that goal, we look at everything through the eyes of a tourist and ask if it would pertain to them visiting or participating while they are already here.

  • – Events and activities must be tourism-related, draw travelers from other areas and provide opportunities that a leisure traveler may be interested in.
  • – Events need to be open to the public and actively marketed to audiences statewide and beyond.
  • – Events need to be held at one of our tourism partner organizations and/or have an approved Special Events application through the city.
  • – You must commit to maintaining your event information to ensure we are providing accurate information to the public, including a website or social link for more information.

Visit Sheboygan reserves the right not to list events that are not primarily directed at promoting tourism in the area and/or are determined to be potentially controversial, political, offensive, or otherwise.

Visit Sheboygan reserves the right to accept or reject any listings and links, and to remove a listing without notice.

What generally does NOT qualify as a tourism event:

  • – Local brat fry's, picnics, class reunions, church functions, yard sales, etc.
  • – Weekly events held at your personal business.
  • – Fundraising events, non-profit gatherings, community-focused events.
  • – Political gatherings or rallies.

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