Summerfest full 2021 lineup announced with additional music
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The full line up for Summerfest 2021 is here!
Summerfest presented by American Family Insurance announced additional headliners for the 2021 festival.
The 2021 lineup now includes: Falling In Reverse, Manchester Orchestra, Shaggy, Yola, Spin Doctors, Tai Verdes, Betty Who, Iya Terra, JEFF The Brotherhood, Vixen, Joan, Niko Rubio, Sky McCreery, Tenille Arts, Velvet Starlings, Wes Tank, Almost Monday, Ekoh, DJ Stevie J, Carolyn Miller, City of the Weak, Early James, Bobby Friss, Bonn E Maiy, Brett Newski, CalenRaps, Raine Stern, REYNA, Grace Weber, Lauren Calve, Cannons, Skylar Love, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band
"It's been a year. We weren't open last year and we want people to realize that we are here and September's coming and the weather's great. It's going to be three weekends of fun," said Bob Babisch, VP of Entertainment at Summerfest.
The FINAL wave of Summerfest presented by @amfam headliners is here! The FULL lineup including daytime acts is now live on https://t.co/5jK9D31P12. Tickets on sale now: https://t.co/WuQZx2Kyqepic.twitter.com/1E6Txup78o— Summerfest (@Summerfest) July 27, 2021
According to Summerfest officials, these musical acts add "even more diversity and excitement to the already stacked lineup featuring over 800 artists on 12 stages."
This year, Summerfest will take place over three weekends in September-- Sept. 2- Sept. 4, Sept.9- Sept.11, Sept.16- Sept.18.
In addition, there will be three Summerfest Kick-Off Concerts on the Wednesday evenings, prior to each Summerfest weekend.
"And then on Thursday (June 29) we have a two-for-one sale for a country show that we're have in the Amphitheater -- Little Big Town, so we're rocking! It's time to start talking about live music!"
Previously announced headliners for the opening season at the new American Family Insurance Amphitheater include: Hella Mega Tour featuring Weezer, Fall Out Boy, and Green Day, Luke Bryan with Dylan Scott, Twenty One Pilots and more.
"We're starting to get some bigger, national names that people will know in the afternoon at 4pm," said Babisch. "And they should check the schedule. It's all on the website now. And they can decide what days they want to come down."