One of the biggest festivals on the planet, Summerfest is held in late June and early July in the US city of Milwaukee, and every year draws an incredible 800,000 music fans to the city!
Set on the banks of the picturesque Lake Michigan, the festival features a total of 12 stages, which over the course of 3 weekends, hosts some of the biggest bands and musicians in the world, alongside a host of emerging artists, whilst other attractions include shopping marketplaces, a large kids area and a diverse array of food and drink vendors!
The ultimate ticket for the avid music fan, the UScellular™ CONNECTION STAGE POWER PASS gives the holder access to all three weekends of the festival, whilst the American Family Insurance Amphitheater Ticket, grants entry to the festival’s biggest and most in-demand stage, which throughout the course of the festival will play host to some of the biggest bands and artists in the world including, Justin Beiber, Halsey and Guns N’ Roses.
Summerfest 2021 will take place on June 24-26, July 1-3, and July 8-10.
Milwaukee Airport is situated around 10 miles from the festival site and can be reached by direct flights from a number of major US cities. Alternatively, if travelling from the UK you can fly direct from London to Chicago O'Hare Airport, which is around 2 hours drive from downtown Milwaukee.
The festival opening times are 12.00 - 00.00 daily.
Yes, Summerfest is suitable for all ages, and there are a number of attractions and amenities specifically for children.
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