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The Summerfest 2018 Schedule is Out!

June 27-July 1, July 3-8

Certified by Guinness World Records as “The World’s Largest Music Festival”, Summerfest brings between 800,000-900,000 people to Milwaukee’s Lakefront each summer for 11 days, starting annually on the last Wednesday in June. The festival grounds, known as Henry Maier Festival Park, consists of 11 different stages to which over 1,000 performances take place every summer! The featured stages, such as the BMO Harris Pavilion, Miller Lite Oasis, Harley Davidson Roadhouse, and U.S. Cellular Connection Stage all offer performances by emerging and secondary artists, which are all included with your Summerfest General Admission Ticket. The American Family Insurance Amphitheater, with a capacity of 25,000, features signature artists, and these performances require an additional purchased ticket!

From James Taylor to Def Leppard, Dave Matthews Band and Blake Shelton, there are dozens of artists performing this year that we all know and love! Check out the full lineup and make you plans to visit Summerfest 2018!

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