Summerfest, the world’s largest and most musically diverse festival, has dropped their lineup, offering acts for every prefence.
The 11-day-long gathering which routinely brings in 800,000-900,000 people, features amphitheater headliners, some of whom include Thomas Rhett, Billie Eilish, Jennifer Lopez, Willie Nelson and The Killers, with a final night exhibition of Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg and Schoolboy Q. While fans have to pay extra for those specific performances, they only need a general admission pass to get access to general-grounds acts Jason Mraz, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, T-Pain, Steve Aoki, Chaka Khan, Ludacris, Matoma, The Lonely Island and many more that will round out the 125 stage headliners. Check out the preliminary list below.
In addition to music, the festival features many different local and national vendors, supplying food and ancillary experiences for attendees taking a break from the over 1,000 acts that will descend upon Milwaukee, Wisconsin from June 26-30 and July 2-7.
Summerfest general admission tickets are available now, priced between $15 (for weekday admission between noon and 4 p.m.) and $23 for all other days and times. The event also typically offers several promotions that include free or discounted admission; those deals have yet to be announced for 2019.