Chicago festival Riot festival has announced its 2022 lineup with fans, of course, curious to know how to bag tickets for the three-day event.
We take a look at how fans can secure Riot Fest single-day tickets, their price and where you can buy them.
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Riot Fest 2022 is official
The Chicago alternative music festival Riot Fest is back with this year’s three-day event set to go ahead between the 16 to 18 September at the Illinois city’s Douglass Park.
The music event has been running for 17 years, having been founded in 2005 in Chicago. While the festival started in Chicago, over its 17-year run, it has been held in different locations, but the city’s Douglass Park has been its home for the past five years.
The festival has also hosted the best of punk, rock, alternative and metal performances on its stages, and this year is no exception. This year’s lineup sees My Chemical Romance, Original Misfits and Nine Inch Nails across the Riot festival weekend. Check out the full lineup below:
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You can opt for Riot Fest 2022 single-day tickets or multi-day passes
Ticketing options for the three-day festival include single-day tickets across the Friday, Saturday and Sunday, as well as a multi-day and weekend pass.
Both the multi-day passes and the day tickets are available across four tiers, including general admission, VIP, deluxe and ultimate.
General admission single-day tickets start off at $100 plus fees. VIP tickets are $150 (plus fees) and give ticket holders access to exclusive lounges, bars and restrooms.
Deluxe ticket perks include main stage viewing areas, as well as personal guest services and, are priced at $350 plus fees for a day ticket.
If you fancy it you can also opt for an ultimate single day ticket which is $850 (plus fees) and allows access to both the VIP and deluxe amenities as well as a private ultimate cabana.
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