Riot Fest Chicago 2017

Book tickets

Sep 15 - Sep 17 2017

Chicago, Illinois (Douglas Park)

$189.98 (GA); $329.98 (VIP)

Riot Fest is a multi-day music festival specializing in rock, punk, alternative rock, and hip hop. The 2017 festival takes place September 15th – 17th at Douglas Park in Chicago.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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