Riot Fest announces full-album performances
Riot Fest’s 14th installment will feature a diverse collection of classic bangers.July 26, 2018
Riot Fest 2018 has already proven to be full of surprises, but the Chicago festival has a few more tricks up their sleeve. Notorious for getting bands to play their classics in their entirety, Riot Fest has finally revealed this year’s full-album performances.
In the past, Riot Fest has featured diverse and stellar full-album performances by Dinosaur Jr., Wu-Tang Clan and Weezer. Riot Fest’s 14th installment will be no different.
— Riot Fest (@RiotFest) July 26, 2018
The following artists will play these albums front to back September 14-16 in Chicago’s Douglas Park:
Bad Religion – Suffer (1988, 30th anniversary)
Cypress Hill – Black Sunday (1993, 25th anniversary)
Digable Planets – Reachin’ (A New Refutation of Time and Space) (1993, 25th anniversary)
Fear – The Record (1982)
Lagwagon – Let’s Talk About Feelings (1998, 20th anniversary)
Spitalfield – Remember Right Now (2003, 15th anniversary)
Suicidal Tendencies – Suicidal Tendencies (1983, 35th anniversary)
Headliners for this year’s Riot Fest include blink-182 and Beck with support from Alkaline Trio, Underoath, Sum 41, among many others. Check out the full lineup here.
Riot Fest has many more announcements to come, including the reveal of their mystery headliner and daily schedules, so be sure to stay tuned.
For a limited time, the festival is selling three-day passes for $99.98 in the wake of a cyber attack on Ticketfly. If ticket holders purchased tickets prior to the offer, they will receive a complimentary day pass for a friend or relative for a single day of their choice. If you haven’t already, you can purchase tickets for Riot Fest here.
Riot Mike explains the Ticketfly settlement and what it means for you. For a limited time, we’re giving back and offering three-day tickets to Riot Fest for $99.98. https://t.co/c8764APb64 pic.twitter.com/LhJTpQwrR7
— Riot Fest (@RiotFest) July 24, 2018
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