Coronavirus Impact on Milwaukee

As the coronavirus continues to cause major disruptions in our industry, we will continue to update this list of confirmed cancellations, postponements, and closings that will have a direct impact on our local community. 

In accordance with the State of Emergency declared by Governor Tony Evers on March 18, the Department of Human Services has said that all public assemblies of more than 10 people be cancelled or postponed. As of March 25, the State of Wisconsin and the City of Milwaukee are under a “safer at home” order, which requires all non-essential businesses to close and asks residents to stay at home unless traveling for essential supplies, doctor visits, or essential work. Outside recreation is allowed as long as social distancing is observed.

Rest assured that we are doing everything in our power to reschedule these events. While public safety is our top priority, we understand how your business is affected and we empathize with you. 

Please feel free to reach out to any member of our sales team with questions or concerns.


Temporary Suspended Operations - Hotels

American Club - Destination Kohler
Brewhouse Inn & Suites
Courtyard Marriot Downtown
Grand Geneva Resort & Spa
Hilton Milwaukee City Center
Hotel Metro
Ingleside Hotel
Milwaukee Mariott Downtown (until April 12)
Potowatomi Hotel & Casino
Saint Kate Arts Hotel
Spring Hill Suites (until April 12)
The Westin Milwaukee Downtown (until April 12)

Coronavirus Impact on the Tourism Industry

For the full report on how Coronavirus is affecting the travel & tourism industry you can read the full report here.

For a look on how Coronavirus is affecting the travel & tourism industry in Wisconsin, click here.