Alpine Valley Music Theatre
Alpine Valley Music Theatre is a 37,000 capacity amphitheatre, in East Troy, Wisconsin. The seasonal venue was built in 1977 and it features a characteristic wooden roof, covering the 7,500-seat pavilion and a sprawling lawn. The theatre is located roughly equidistant between Madison, Milwaukee, Rockford, and Chicago, and therefore draws a wide regional audience. Alpine Valley is generally considered the Milwaukee stop on major tours and the Chicago stop when the act doesn't perform in Illinois. Until 1993, when the San Manuel Amphitheater was built in California, it was the largest amphitheater in the United States.

Notable performers
Boz Scaggs headlined the venue's inaugural event on June 30, 1977. Jimmy Buffett played at Alpine Valley during its inaugural summer of 1977 and he has played every year since 1995, with the exception of 2005. The Grateful Dead played at Alpine Valley 20 times from 1980 through 1989. Their album, Dick's Picks Volume 32 , was recorded here in 1982 and their concert performance video, Downhill From Here , documents concerts from 1989. Boston had a four night stand here from August 6”“9, 1987 during their Third Stage World Tour, the band's first since 1979. The Theatre hosted the Monsters of Rock Festival, on three consecutive nights, from May 27-29, 1988, featuring Van Halen, Metallica, Scorpions, Dokken and Kingdom Come. The Black Crowes filmed their "Hard to Handle" video here. On August 26, 1990, Stevie Ray Vaughan played at the Theatre, with his group, Double Trouble and other blues greats Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, and his brother Jimmie Vaughan. After the concert, Vaughan left the theatre area in a helicopter to return to Chicago, and he and four others were killed when the helicopter crashed into a ski hill within the Alpine Valley resort. Rock band Mötley Crüe filmed their video for " Same Ol' Situation" at a concert here in 1990. Phish played Alpine Valley 11 times from 1996”“2000, 2003”“2004 & 2009-2010. Alpine valley is one of the sacred venues of Phish, along with Deer Creek Music Center, Hampton Coliseum, Madison Square Garden, The Gorge Amphitheatre and Shoreline Amphitheatre, among others. The annual Ozzfest tour comes here almost every year and the CD, Ozzfest 2001: The Second Millennium, is culled from performances here. The Dave Matthews Band has played a two night stand each year at Alpine Valley since 1999 except for 2000. Lead singer/guitarist Dave Matthews has stated multiple times that Alpine Valley is one of, if not the band's favorite place to play. The Dave Matthews Band's live release, Live Trax Vol. 8 , was recorded on August 7, 2004, during their two night stand at Alpine Valley. They also released Live Trax Vol. 15 , which was recorded on August 9, 2008. Coldplay played here in the summer of 2005. It was their largest American show ever, as it sold out the entire venue. Their last appearance at Alpine Valley was on July 25, 2009. Korn recorded footage for their video, "Politics", during the Alpine Valley stop of the Family Values Tour in 2006. Rage Against the Machine played a concert at Alpine Valley, with Queens of the Stone Age, for their only announced solo show in August 2007. Pearl Jam, Rush & Phish have all regarded Alpine Valley as one of their favorite venues to play. Dave Matthews has stated many times that Alpine is the band's favorite place to play. Former Phish road manager Brad Sands regards Alpine Valley as his favorite venue to see the band. Jack Johnson has played at Alpine Valley during the summer of 2010 as well as during 2007

The resort is not owned by the owners of the music theater. The hotel serves over a hundred rooms in a Bavarian themed decor. There is also a ski hill and golf course as part of the entire resort complex.