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Riot Fest are unleashing plenty of announcements today including the daily schedule and the Late Night shows. Single-day tickets are also now on sale.

Yesterday, blink-182 announced they would not be making it to Chicago for their Riot Fest performance.

Read more: Blink-182 cancel Riot Fest performance, mini tour, more


A statement from the band cites medical issues with drummer Travis Barker who is not being cleared by his doctor for the upcoming dates.

“The past few months have just sucked as I have been sidelined just waiting for my doctors to clear me so I could get back on the road and perform with my band,” Barker says in the statement. “Unfortunately, the risks associated with drumming are still too great. I am doing everything I need to do so I can get back on the road as soon as possible. I want to thank my fans, family, friends and bandmates for all the love and support.”

Weezer, Run The Jewels and Taking Back Sunday will replace blink at Riot Fest, which they deemed one of their favorite festivals. They announced plans to return to Riot Fest in 2019 for the festival’s 15-year anniversary.

Head below for the full breakdown of the daily festival and Late Night show schedules.

Friday, Sept. 14
Weezer • Young The Giant • Taking Back Sunday • Dropkick Murphys Bleachers • Atmosphere • Flogging Molly • Cypress Hill (performing Black Sunday (1993, 25th Anniversary) • Matt And Kim • Sum 41 • The Front Bottoms • K.Flay • Digable Planets (performing Reachin’ (A New Refutation of Time and Space) (1993, 25th Anniversary) • Liz Phair • SWMRS • The Aquabats • Lagwagon (performing Let’s Talk About Feelings (1998, 20th Anniversary) • Pussy Riot • Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers • Face To Face • Arkells • FLOR • The Fever 333 • Speedy Ortiz • Direct Hit! The Bombpops • Archie Powell & The Exports • Typesetter • Blood People

Saturday, Sept. 15
Beck • Elvis Costello & The Imposters • Interpol • Jerry Lee Lewis The Jesus Lizard • The Voidz • Twin Peaks • Cat Power • Gary Numan Killing Joke • Hot Snakes • Wolfmother • Andrew W.K. Reignwolf • GWAR Street Dogs • Conflict • Adolescents • Cobra Skulls • Piebald • HEALTH The Frights • The Districts • Bully • Lower Class Brats Badflower Mannequin Pussy • Total Chaos • Beach Bunny

Sunday, Sept. 16
Run The Jewels • Incubus • Blondie • Alkaline Trio • Father John Misty Bad Religion Suffer ( performing 1988, 30th Anniversary) • Underoath • Suicidal Tendencies (performing Suicidal Tendencies (1983, 35th Anniversary) • Bullet For My Valentine • Clutch • The Wonder Years • Johnny Marr • Superchunk • JD McPherson • FEAR. (performing The Record) (1982) • The Bouncing Souls • Dillinger Four • The Avengers • Calpurnia Kevin Devine • The Audition • Spitalfield (performing Remember Right Now (2003, 15th Anniversary) • The Dangerous Summer • Mom Jeans. pronoun • Beach Rats • Super Whatevr • Save Face • Beach Goons Just Friends • No Small Children


The Riot Fest Late Night shows kick off Thursday night on Riot Fest Eve with Direct Hit! and the Bombpops.

Thursday, Sept. 13:
Direct Hit!, the Bombpops @ Chrome Hub

Friday, Sept. 14:
State Champs, Sleep On It, Undesirable People @ Bottom Lounge
Sum 41 @ Concord Music Hall
Hot Snakes, Mannequin Pussy @ Cobra Lounge

Saturday, Sept. 15:
Bad Religion, Bully @ Bottom Lounge
K. Flay, Lonas @ Concord Music Hall
Lagwagon, Lower Class Brats @ Cobra Lounge
Emo Night Brooklyn @ Metro
Face To Face (Acoustic), Austin Lucas @ Sleeping Village

Sunday, Sept. 16:
Bouncing Souls, Sincere Engineer @ Cobra Lounge
Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties, Beach Bunny @ Sleeping Village



The festival will be held Sept. 14, 15 and 16 at Douglas Park in Chicago, and tickets are available now at this link. Tickets for the Late Night shows are available here.