Who is that crazy guy with the big blue hat running past home plate? Guitarist Michael Vangerov.
The band has touched down in Milwaukee, Wisconsin... except Diana Ferrer who is still airborn.
The Bradley Center is home to the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association.
Built in 1909, today Milwaukee Theatre hosts Broadway musicals, conventions and other events.
With over half a million people, Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin.
The BlueGirls are fully qualified to operate this courtesy vehicle, despite appearances.
Liquid Blue dance band back on their feet, hanging out downtown in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Milwaukee is home to the international headquarters of six Fortune 500 companies.
Milwaukee is known for its brewing traditions, and "Pabst Blue Ribbon" is a BlueGirl favorite.
Milwaukee lies along the shores and bluffs of Lake Michigan at the confluence of three rivers.
The Menomonee River, the Kinnickinnic River and the Milwaukee River all flow through the city.
Milwaukee is well situated as a port city, a center for collecting and distributing resources.
When completed in 1895, The Milwaukee City Hall was the 3rd tallest structure in the United States.
"Yes officer, but I'm fully qualified to operate that courtesy vehicle..."
The BlueGirls are actually very small, as you can see in contrast with this average chair.
This dance band loves energy and will always stop for locally roasted fair-trade coffee.
Milwaukee's European history is evident today in the architecture of the homes and buildings.
Historic Milwaukee walking tours provide a guided tour of Milwaukee's historic districts.
Another rare photo which supports heated allegations that the BlueGirls can secretly fly.
The War Memorial Center honors Wisconsin's men and women who served in the U.S. armed forces.
The Milwaukee Art Museum is one of the largest in the U.S., with nearly 25,000 works of art.
The Liquid Blue party band had a blast experiencing the sights and sounds of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.