01 January Thursday 1970
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Summerfest 2017

The 50th anniversary of the famous Milwaukee Summerfest is promising to be unforgettable. 11 days of music and summer will be waiting for you, as usual at the end of the June and at the beginning of the July. 11 stages and the great performers will be happy to welcome you to the Summerfest.

The official website has not yet shared the full lineup for this year. However, we know for sure that Red Hot Chili Peppers will appear as headliners of the opening night of June 6 in the American Family Insurance Amphitheatre. A legendary funk rock band will fire up your emotions and set the bar for the following performances.

Luke Bryan with special guests Brothers Osborne will give their country performance the next night. Another country phenomenon, Zac Brown Band, will close the day of four of the Summerfest with the concert on July 1.

Gorgeous and talented P!nk will perform as a headliner on July 2. Now there is the show nobody should miss. Her strong vocals and incredible acrobatic skills promise to be the highlight of the whole festival. This show is going to be notable also because it will start the artist’s P!nk Live 2017 tour. You better not miss it as P!nk indeed owns a stage and her audience.

A talented and unique duo the Chainsmokers will blow your mind on July 4, as they are headliners of the Summerfest on this day. Their extraordinary indie-infused sound will make you leave all your troubles behind and dive into the relaxation, serenity and endless fun – what Summerfest is all about.

The next two days you will be treated with the exquisite rock. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will collaborate with Chris Stapleton so you would have the best rock and country experience of the summer. They will perform as headliners for two consecutive days – July 5 and July 6.

The rest of artists and performers are still to be announced. Concertics is closely following the Summerfest line and going to be the first to know about any changes. Do not miss any news and follow us.