1. Madison Night Market: The Madison Night Markets are highly anticipated by many. There will be promotions at State Street businesses, local vendors and food carts, as well as live music. Located on State Street Sept. 16, 4-9 p.m.
  2. We Stand on Their Shoulders: A History of Wisconsin Women and Voting: Currently exhibited in the Wisconsin Historical Museum on Capitol Square, this exhibit focuses on the work and activism of Wisconsin women for the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. Exhibited Sept. 16 to Dec. 30.
  3. The Mersey Brothers featuring Sean Michael Durgan: Performing on Memorial Union Terrace Sept 17., 8-10:30 p.m., this group will play covers of 80s rock and new wave music, including hits by The Smiths, REM and U2.
  4. Caja de Visiones: Arte moderno y contemporáneo de México en el Medio Oeste de los Estados Unidos: Opening Sept. 18 and exhibited until Jan. 23 at Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, this exhibit combines Mexican Modern art from the Mexican art renaissance in the early 1900s, as well as works by Mexican artists working from the Midwest currently.