2022 Summer Guide: 12 Green Bay Events to Keep You Busy This Summer


Nick Bumgardner, Editor-in-Chief, Online Tritonian

As the days get longer and temperatures start to climb, summer break feels like it’s just around the corner.  With just three weeks to go, here’s some of the biggest events taking place in Green Bay this summer, as compiled by The Tritonian’s staff:

2022 Green Bay Blizzard Football Season @Resch Center

Green Bay’s indoor football team, the Blizzard, is back on the turf for their 2022 season.  Their season stretches from now through July.  Be sure to catch The Tritonian’s very own Sports Editor, Joey Bonadonna, as he broadcasts their games all season long.

Celebrate DePere @Voyageur Park, May 28-30

For the first time in two years, DePere’s Memorial Day Weekend celebration is ready to return from its COVID-19 hiatus.  The festival will feature food, shopping, live music (including a performance by NDA’s band director Steve Johnson in his band “Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns”), a classic car show, the 12th annual “Redneck Regatta” homemade cardboard boat race, fireworks on Sunday night, and much more to look forward to.

2022 Green Bay Rockers Baseball Season @Capital Credit Union Field

Summer baseball will return for its fourth season at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon under a new name: the Green Bay “Rockers.”  Their home opener is May 31.

Jason Derulo @Titletown Summer Fun Days, June 4

Multi-platinum recording artist Jason Derulo is offering a free concert on June 4 in the Lambeau Field parking lot.  The concert is set to start at 8 p.m. and will cap off a full-day of family activities on the Lambeau Field and Titletown grounds.

WWE Monday Night RAW, @Resch Center, June 6

Experience all that pro-wrestling has to offer when WWE lands at the Resch Center on June 6.  Headlining the event will be a showdown between Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes.

Fire Over the Fox @Downtown Green Bay, July 4

Downtown Green Bay’s annual Fourth of July celebration returns for 2022 and is set to feature street vendors, live music and one of the area’s largest firework displays.

Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City @Lambeau Field, July 23

Two of Europe’s premier football clubs will be competing in an international friendly at Lambeau Field on July 23.  Bayern is fresh off their 10th consecutive Bundesliga title and Man City is the Premier League’s 2021 champs. This is the first time Lambeau has hosted a soccer match.

Three Days Grace @Capital Credit Union Park, July 23

2000s hard rock icons Three Days Grace will host an outdoor concert at Capital Credit Union Park on July 23.  Known for hits like “Animal I Have Become” and “I Hate Everything About You,” the band has maintained a steady presence in rock music for two decades.  This show is part of their Explosions Tour in support of their newly-released album of the same name.

Greta Van Fleet @Resch Center, July 26

After being forced to reschedule their March 23 date following guitarist Jake Kiszka’s pneumonia scare, these Midwest rockers are set to host their first ever Green Bay concert in July.  Known for hits such as “Highway Tune” and “Black Smoke Rising” (and their uncanny similarity to Led Zeppelin), they will be touring in support of their newest album “The Battle at Garden’s Gate” on the Dreams in Gold Tour.  Tickets are still available online.

Maroon 5 @Resch Center, August 15

Three-time Grammy Award winning pop group Maroon 5 are set to embark on a world tour in 2022, with a stop in Green Bay on August 15.  The year marks the band’s 20th anniversary, famous for chart-topping hits like “Moves Like Jagger,” “Sugar,” and “Girls Like You.”  Tickets went on sale at the end of April.

Brown County Fair @Brown County Fairgrounds, August 17-21

A tradition more than 100 years in the making, the Brown Country Fair provides a fun and educational weekend of food and shopping venders, live music, animal exhibits, a rodeo, demolition derby, horse pull, truck and tractor pull, and much more.

Artstreet Green Bay @Ashwaubembay Park, August 26-28

For the first time in its 40 year history, Artstreet will be held at Ashwaubembay Park in Ashwaubenon, not downtown Green Bay.  As always, it will feature work from hundreds of artists, both national and local, as well as food and live music.