Eric Church, James Taylor, Dave Matthews Band headline Summerfest 2023 in Milwaukee – NBC Chicago

The gig announcements and festival lineups stacked up in 2023 for the Chicago area keep coming in.

Early Thursday, Summerfest announced the headliners and full lineup of musicians and artists for its 55th annual music festival in Milwaukee.

The festival, which takes place over three summer weekends – June 22-24, June 29-July 1 and July 6-8 – will feature at least nine headliners and more than 100 artists from various musical genres and decades.

Tickets are on sale now and start at $26 for general admission, with three- and nine-day passes also available.

Headlining Summerfest the first weekend will be Eric Church with Elle King, Zac Brown Band with Marcus King and James Taylor & His All-Star Band with Sheryl Crow. Other artists from the first weekend include The Avett Brothers, Bleachers, Elvis Costello & The Imposters, Tegan and Sara, Cheap Trick, Fitz and the Tantrums, and over two dozen others.

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Summer headliners from June 29 to July 1 are Dave Matthews Band and Odesza with Bonobo. A third headliner has yet to be announced. Artists for the festival’s second weekend include Earth, Wind & Fire, Lord Huron, Yellowcard, Yung Gravy, A Flock of Seagulls, Debbie Gibson and the Spin Doctors.

For the last weekend of the Summerfest festival, the planned headliners are Zach Bryan and Imagine Dragons. A third headliner has yet to be announced. Other artists for the July 6-8 dates include Smokey Robinson, Fleet Foxes, Styx, Dinosaur Jr., Smash Mouth, Morgan Wade, Collective Soul and Galactic.

The full schedule for each weekend is below:

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