News Shows At the Drive-In, Cap'n Jazz, Best Coast to Perform 2017 Riot Fest

At the Drive-In, Cap'n Jazz, Best Coast to Perform 2017 Riot Fest

Posted June 11, 2017, 7:46 p.m. in Shows by Kristen Swanson

Chicago's Riot Fest recently announced its second wave lineup including a mix of post-hardcore favorites to indie rock classics to punk legends.


These artists join over 70 artists already announced to play, including headliners Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, and the legendary punk band Jawbreaker.


Riot Fest 2017 Second Wave of Artists:

At the Drive-In, Cap'n Jazz, Best Coast, Black Pistol Fire, The Casualties, Mad Caddies, Cockney Rejects, Radar State, RVIVR, Versus, Seaway, Like Pacific, Grayscale, Warm Brew, Culture Abuse, Potty Mouth, Skating Polly, Upset, Gin Rummy, The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black and Kembra Pfahler. 

If that's not enough to entice you, the lineup also includes Paramore, New Order, M.I.A., Wu-Tang Clan, a DJ set from Beastie Boys' Mike D, and a 40th Anniversary set by legends Bad Brains. Other artists include Death From Above 1979, GWAR, A Day to Remember, Taking Back Sunday, New Found Glory, and Say Anything.

 

Artists confirmed to perform their seminal albums in full at Riot Fest 2017:

Dinosaur Jr – You're Living All Over Me (1987)
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Let's Face It (1997)
Built to Spill – Keep It Like A Secret (1999)
Fishbone – Truth and Soul (1988)
Bayside – The Walking Wounded (2007)
Mayday Parade – A Lesson In Romantics (2007)
The Lawerence Arms – Oh, Calcutta! (2006)
that dog. – Retreat From The Sun (1997)

 

Fest Three-Day Passes are on sale now, with General Admission and VIP options.

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