This is the 50th edition of the popular festival on the western shore of Lake Michigan. The first Summerest was held in 1968 and the festival has grown during the past 50 years and is recognized as "The World's Largest Music festival." Summerfest features some of the world's top musical acts and a variety of types of music, including rock, classic rock, jazz, blues, Americana, folk, country, and more . Summerfest 50 will be held on June 28-July 2 and July 4-9, 2017 (closed on July 3).
The Uline Warehouse hosts many music genres, including country, classic rock, blues and alternative. Music.. Uline Warehouse is on the north end of the festival grounds, near the north entrance. The Uline Warehouse with Miller Lite and Super 18 will feature
Summerfest 50 will offer 11 stages of entertainment suiting various musical tastes during the 11-day festival. Summefest’s concerts at the Uline Warehouse for will be free with the purchase of general admission tickets. In addition to the great music, the festival grounds will host numerous food vendors and beer and beverage vendors, so you can take a break for a meal or snack between concerts.
General admission tickets will be $20 but they will be discounted to $13 for people who arrive weekdays before 4 p.m. Seniors (60+) and children (3-12 years old) will be admitted for $8. They are offering two multi-day ticket specials, available for a limited time. A special three-day pass is currently $45. The 11-day Super Fest Pass is currently $80.
Following are the headliners at Uline Warehouse stage..
10 p.m. – Spin Doctors
5 p.m. – The Church
6:30 p.m. – Willy Porter
8 p.m. -Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound
10 p.m.- Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
9:30 p.m. – Peter Frampton
10 p.m. – T-Pain
10 p.m. – AWOLNATION
July 7- Dan & Shay
10 p.m. – Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
5 p.m. Mindi Abair and the Boneshakers