Travis Barker (from left), Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba of Blink-182 perform June 30, 2019, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. | Corey Perrine/Getty Images
The music festival also offers a ticket special for the Sept. 13-15 event in Douglas Park.
As Chicago steps up its prep for Lollapalooza next week, another big musical extravaganza — the annual Riot Fest — on Wednesday revealed more details about its event in September.
Planners unveiled the night-by-night lineup of the Sept. 13-15 fest in Douglas Park and announced a special: Single-day tickets are selling for $49.98, or $64.97 with fees and taxes. That rate will apply “for a very limited time,” the announcement said. Two-day tickets also are available at riotfest.org.
In keeping with Riot Fest tradition, several of the acts will perform an album in full. Here’s the roster:
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Blink-182 (performing “Enema of the State”), the Flaming Lips (“Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots”), Jawbreaker, Rancid, Violent Femmes, Descendents, Dashboard Confessional (“The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most”), Pennywise, Cock Sparrer, Neck Deep, Hot Snakes, Lucero, Senses Fail, Glassjaw (“Worship and Tribute”), The Get Up Kids, Hot Water Music, Anti-Flag, H2O, Hot Mulligan, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, Caroline Rose, Mat Kerekes, Angel Du$t, The Garden, Pkew Pkew Pkew, Pink Fly, No Parents, Thin Lips, Yours Truly, Can’t Swim.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
Slayer (in what is billed as its last Chicago show), Rise Against, Bloc Party (“Silent Alarm”), Die Antwoord, Manchester Orchestra, The Story So Far, Avail (“Over the James”), The Struts, Pvris, Anthrax, Testament, Andrew W.K., Gwar, Turnover, Senses Fail, The Selecter (“Too Much Pressure”), The Damned Things, Grandson, Turnstile, Surfer Blood, Cursive, The Hu, Prof, Cherry Glazerr, Masked Intruder, Drakulas, Microwave, Lando Chill, Cleopatrick, Elder . Brother, Monarchy Over Monday
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
Bikini Kill, The Raconteurs, Ween (“The Mollusk”), Patti Smith and her band, Taking Back Sunday (“Tell All Your Friends” and “Louder Now”), the B-52’s, Against Me! (“Reinventing Axl Rose” and “Transgender Dysphoria Blues”), The Starting Line, Streetlight Manifesto, Bob Mould, American Football, Village People, Ride, Guided by Voices, Less Than Jake, Nick Lowe with Los Straitjackets, Frank Iero and the Future Violents, Save Ferris, The Ergs!, White Reaper, Teenage Bottlerocket, Dave Hause and the Mermaid, This Wild Life, Dead Swords, The Beaches, Sincere Engineer, Skating Polly, Ultra Q, Kali Masi, Ganser, Ramona