Polka Parade is the only Polka music radio program that originates from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Now in our 33rd year on the radio, Polka Parade keeps the polka musical tradition alive by broadcasting four hours each Saturday over WJYI 1340AM with German music from 8-9am, Polish style from 10-11am, Slovenian or Cleveland-style from 11am-12pm, and a mix of polka styles from 12-1pm. Along with wonderful advertisers and sponsors, Polka Parade is supported financially by its listening audience, the Polka Parade Pals.


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March 7, 2015  Renewals have been mailed to all Pals members who has been active within the past five yeras. Please be sure to return your Pals renewal for 2015. If you're not currently a member of the Pals, you can still help keep Polka Parade on the air and on theInternet by joining hundreds of other Pals members who are the  number one reason Polka Parade has remained on the air since 1982 while many other polka shows have gone away. No donation is too small. Plus your Pals membership gets you reduced admission to several dance events each year and your $35 or greater donation returns a brand new polka CD as our gift to you (a $15 value). Click on the form, fill it out, and join today!

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May 1, 2014  More than 350 people convereged on Serb Hall, April 27, 2014 for the Polka Parade Annual Dance. This year's dance featured Eric Noltkamper from Cleveland, Ohio, together with a reunion of "The Sidemen" band from 1990s. Plus, Hank Thunander performed with a full Cleveleand-Style band, Denny Anderson and The International Main Street Polka Band were there as well as Steve Meisner with an All-Star 7-Piece Super Band. Watch for some photos in the not-too-distant future.