You'll find up to 120,000 people passing through the gates at Irish Fest this weekend. The Brewers are in town and Lebowski Fest has thousands of fans enjoying White Russians.
Plenty of people will be drinking at these events, but most are making it a point to not have their weekend end in the back of a squad car.
"I've seen plenty of people driving late at night and they're swerving," one Irish Fest attendee said.
"It's scary, i mean you could be driving there with your family," a Brewers fan said.
We see the risks of drunk driving all the time, but some people still ignore them. The Wisconsin State Patrol is ramping up its statewide drive sober campaign starting this weekend. Irish Fest organizers think it comes at a good time.
"The county and the city have really done a nice job of letting people know that, 'Hey, we're out there,'" Irish Fest spokesman Brian Meehan said.
Irish Fest has several levels of alcohol monitoring, including volunteers and professional 'Beer Captains' who watch how much you drink. Fest-goers Dan and John Martin's cousin dropped them off at the grounds. They think people shouldn't need monitoring.
"In all honesty, it's common sense to most people, I hope," Dan Martin said. "You have a good time, but you know your limits, take care and you be responsible."
"Don't get behind that wheel, because you think you know what you're doing," beer-drinking Henry Holland said. Holland took the bus from his Milwaukee home.
Over at Miller Park, brewers fans think the upped patrols sound like a smart call.
"If people shouldn't be on the road, they shouldn't be on the road," one fan said. "Whatever it takes to get them off the road."
"Anything, anything whatsoever," fan Juan Ortiz said. "And so the extra effort is definitely appreciated."
But driving yourself is one thing. Andrea Marquard came to Irish Fest with her one-year-old daughter. She says the stronger police presence is nice, but knows you need to watch yourself out there.
"I will be extra cautious, yes," Marquard said. "Because I know I didn't have anything to drink, but I won't know about anyone else on the road."