Kiss, Ozzy Osbourne and Korn headlining 2017 Chicago Open Air Festival

The Chicago Open Air Festival has announced their line-up for the upcoming concerts on July 14, 15 and 16, 2017 at the Toyota Park in Bridgeview, IL. Headliners Kiss, Ozzy Osbourne and Korn will take the stage over the weekend event. The festival will include gourmet man food, craft beers and tons of live rock music and will include the FYE Fan Experience. Fans can also head over to the Headbangers Bier Hall and enjoy the metal-themed dive bar.

Rock legends, Kiss, will be hitting the stage on Friday July 14. Kiss, known for their stage makeup and lead singer Gene Simmons on stage personae, have had numerous rock hits on the charts. Since their formation in 1973, the band  hit the charts with rock classics like "Rock and Roll All Nite", "Detroit Rock City" and rock ballad "Beth". Joining Kiss on Friday night, will be Rob Zombie, Megadeth, Anthrax, WhiteChapel, Code Orange and Suicide Silence.

Hard rockers Korn and Godsmack take to the stage on Saturday July 15. The nu metal sound of Korn, has had the band hitting the metal charts since their debut, including "Freak on a Leash" and "Got the Life". Boston-rockers Godsmack have found the same success in the genre since their debut with hit singles, "Voodoo", "Whatever" and "Awake". Joining the line-up on Saturday will be Seether, Steel Panther, Clutch and Mushroomhead.

Closing the festival will be Ozzy Osbourne on Sunday July 16. Osbourne became known as the lead singer of Black Sabbath before embarking on his solo career. Osbourne has created a long history in music with hit singles "Mama, I'm Coming Home", "Crazy Train" and  "Iron Man". He has maintained longevity in music and through television, including a reality show about him and his family on MTV. Also taking the stage on Sunday will be Slayer, Stone Sour, Hellyeah and DevilDriver.

Keep up to date on all the happenings on the website along with future announcements for the pre-party performers. Tickets go on sale for the event on Friday Jan. 20, 2017.