Summerfest has revealed the festival lineup for its long awaited Big-Gig 2021 festival, which is scheduled for September. The lineup was announced on Thursday morning by Summerfest via Twitter. The tweet said, “HERE. WE. GO. Your long-awaited 2021 festival lineup presented by @amfam. See you in September!”
— Summerfest (@Summerfest) May 6, 2021
Scheduled in September, the Summerfest 2021 will take place over three consecutive weekends, from Thursdays-Saturdays- Sept. 2-4, 9-11, and 16-18, 2021. The lineup includes stars including The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Luke Bryan, Chance the Rapper and many more.
Luke Bryan with Dylan Scott will be the Aphitheater headliners on 2 September, while the stage will be taken by Chance the Rapper with 4KGoldn on 3 Sept. Chris Stapleton with Sheryl Crow are set to perform on the same stage on 9th, followed by performance by Zac Brown Band with Gabby Barrett on 10 September. Miley Cyrus will take upon the Aphitheater on 17 Septmeber.
However, the time slots, stage locations, and the rest of additional headliners will be announced in the coming weeks.
Other than that, check the lineup below-
- Jonas Brothers
- Dave Matthews Band
- Run the Jewels
- DJ Diesel
- Justin Bieber
- Guns N’ Roses
- Charlie Wilson
- Flo Rida
- Brett Eldredge
- ZZ Top
- Big Wild
- Quinn XCII
- Cold War Kids
- Jesse McCartney
- Jake Owen
- Blanco Brown, and many more.
Moreover, the new American Family Insurance Amphitheater is also going to host special Wednesday Kick-Off Concerts, which will take place prior to each weekend of Summerfest It will include performances by Jonas Brothers, Dave Matthews Band, and one more artist who hasn’t been announced yet.
According to the reports, the dates for the Justin Bieber, blink-182, and Guns N’ Roses concerts, are yet to be announced, and the festival officials are working with artist management to reschedule.
As per Fox6 Milwaukee, the ticket holders for the Wednesday Kick-Off Concerts will receive a digital ticket via email for Summerfest 2021, valid for any of the nine days of the festival.