MADISON (WKOW) -- WKOW 27 News sponsors Badger Bash this year, and the party kicks off Saturday morning before the Wisconsin-UMass game.
Hundreds will show up to Union South for the first Badger Bash of the season. There's so much to see and do starting at 8:30 a.m. and going until kick-off at 11:00 a.m. Plus, fans who aren't going to the game can stick around to watch it on a big screen at Union South.
The Badger Bash is family-friendly and people of all ages come for great food, to hear the UW Marching Band and get pumped up for the game. Badger Bash started in 1972.
WKOW will have a booth at every Badger Bash with 27 News anchors and meteorologists. Please stop by and say hi!
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