It's the largest music festival in the United States is back for 2021 after cancelling last year's show, the first time in its 53-year history.

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The COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to cancel last year concerts, but Summerfest in Milwaukee is back in a big way for 2021 with three weekends of the biggest names in music. And it won't actually be in the summer this year, organizers have decided to move the event to fall to allow for more vaccine distribution, generally the event runs over 11-days in June and July.

Summerfest will be September 2nd - 4th, 9th - 11th, and 16th - 18th, with a diverse lineup of pop acts, country acts and rock acts throughout the run of the festival. Here are the highlights of the acts that will perform on 11 different stages:

  • September 3rd - Chance The Rapper with 24KGoldn, Better Than Ezra
  • September 8th - Jonas Brothers with Spencer Sutherland
  • September 15th - Dave Matthews Band
  • September 17th - Miley Cyrus, Candlebox,
  • September 10th - Zac Brown Band with Gabby Barrett, Nelly, Wilco, Goo Goo Dolls
  • September 9th - Chris Stapleton with Sheryl Crow, DJ Jazzy Jeff
  • September 2nd - Luke Bryan, T-Pain
  • September 10th - G-Eazy
  • September 16th - Diplo, Fitz and the Tantrums, Ludcris
  • September 11th - 311, ZZ Top

There are also still 5 headliners to be announced at a later date, and several other acts to be added to the festival lineup, you can see the entire schedule here.

The Summerfest festival ground just completed a large renovation and are ready to welcome back music lovers with a better experience. Multi-day passes start at $57, but that doesn't include the headlining acts at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater, those are available separately, and you can find all the ticket information here.

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