Riot Fest 2014

Book tickets

Sep 12 - Sep 14 2014

Chicago, Illinois

$159.98 (GA); $259.98 (VIP)

Over the years, the festival has seen considerable growth – from a multi-venue festival thriving in a variety of Chicago’s clubs, to the full scale, multi-city outdoor event that it is now. Riot Fest has become a premiere festival series that attracts music lovers of all ages from all over the world. Unified by a love of great bands and good fun, fans will stuff themselves with everything from carnival corndogs to ethnic and craft food while enjoying Lucha Libre, rides, attractions, side show performers and the most diverse line-ups available. Riot Fest has proved that it is here to stay, and you certainly don’t want to miss out on the action!

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