Summer is here, and many things are planned for the period, including the Milwaukee musical festival dubbed Summerfest.
Lamb of God, Disturbed, and more than forty others have been picked as part of the event’s headliners, which will hold at the 23,000-person-capacity American Family Insurance Amphitheater on June 30.
Other headliners of the intensely anticipated event include Machine Gun Kelly and Avril Lavigne. Lil Wayne and Backstreet Boys will be on the ground as well – as performing acts.
For those keen to attend, general admission tickets go for $25 on the Summerfest website and at the box office. However, children of 3 to 10 years old and elders of 62 years and older will have to pay just $20 at the gate.
Those looking for multi-day admissions will have to fork over $54 (three days), $105 (six days) and $125 (nine days).
Touted as the largest music festival in the United States, Summerfest is having its 53rd edition this year and will hold from June 23 to 25, June 30 to July 2 and July 7 to 9.
This edition of the festival is significant because it’s the first time since 2019 that the festival has been held during the summer window. Expectations have reached a fever pitch as Uncle Sam gears up for the gathering of some of its finest voices.