Summerfest unveils enormous 2015 concert lineup

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MILWAUKEE — The self-proclaimed — and Guinness record-certified — “World’s Largest Music Festival” has released the names of nearly 100 headlining acts in a mammoth lineup for this summer’s event.

According to WITI, Summerfest officials announced more than 90 performers who will headline the festival, which takes place in Milwaukee from June 24–28 and June 30 – July 5th.

According to Consequence of Sound, headliners scheduled to perform at Marcus Amphitheater (map) include Kendrick Lamar with ScHoolboy Q, Kings of Leon, Zac Brown Band and Linkin Park.

Other scheduled performers at the festival include Kaskade, Bastille, The Flaming Lips, Sheryl Crow, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, LeCrae, Santigold and Jane’s Addiction. WITI reports.

According to WITI the following grounds stage headliners have been added to the festival:

Kaskade Bastille The Flaming Lips
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros LeCrae Santigold
Aloe Blacc Buddy Guy The Doobie Brothers
Halestorm The Kooks Lindsey Stirling
Blind Boys of Alabama AWOLNATION Sublime with Rome
Motion City Soundtrack Walk the Moon The Isley Brothers
Mavis Staples Billy Currington Gogol Bordello
Brand New Magic! Public Enemy
Delta Spirit Trampled by Turtles Gary Clark, Jr.
Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo Vance Joy Coheed and Cambria
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue DJ Paris Hilton The Faint
The New Pornographers Gaelic Storm Whitesnake
Punch Brothers Mat Kearney PHOX
Sheila E. Third Eye Blind Andy Montañez
New Politics Brett Eldredge Atlas Genius
Kansas Charles Bradley Kellie Pickler
Manchester Orchestra Toad the Wet Sprocket Mates of State
Dark Star Orchestra Kenny Wayne Shepherd Foghat
Meg Myers Leftover Salmon Keller Williams
Tommy Castro Otis Clay Smash Mouth
J. Roddy Walston & The Business Shakey Graves Sloan
Mother Sam Llanas Seun Kuti & Egypt 80
Big Smo Field Report Taylor Dayne
MisterWives Willy Porter  Saint Motel


WITI reports that general admission tickets for the festival are $19 and weekday tickets (valid prior to 4:00 pm) are $12.

A three-day pass is also available for $45. An “11-day Power Pass” will be available for sale exclusively at 68 Pick ’n Save locations across southeastern Wisconsin until June 1.

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