Summerfest announces 2019 headliner lineup

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- Summerfest presented by American Family Insurance announced Tuesday morning the 2019 headliner lineup.

Ticket prices for Summerfest are as follows:

FOR A LIMITED TIME: The U.S. Cellular 11-Day Power Pass is available for $110 (only $10/day) includes admission for all 11 days

The U.S. Cellular 3-Day Pass is available for $57 and is valid for one general admission per day on three different days of the festival

General admission tickets are only $23

$15 for weekday tickets (valid prior to 4:00 p.m.).

Dates, times and stage locations as well as additional headliners will be announced in the coming weeks.

Summerfest 2019 headliners on the festival stages include:

Brandie Carlile, June 28
Cole Swindell, July 5
The Head and the Heart, July 5
The Lonely Island, June 28
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, July 2
The National, June 30
Steve Aoki, June 26
Chicago, June 29
Jason Mraz, July 7
Brothers Osborne, June 30
Young the Giant, July 2
Foreigner, June 26
Third Eye Blind, June 29
Jimmy Eat World, June 29
Lizzo, June 27
X Ambassadors, July 4
3 Doors Down, June 30
Big Gigantic, July 2
Sublime with Rome, July 4
Courtney Barnett, July 4
Quinn XCII, June 26
First Aid Kit, July 2
Atmosphere, July 6
T-Pain, June 28
Vic Mensa, July 4
Taking Back Sunday, July 3
Rodrigo y Gabriela, July 7
Dashboard Confessional, July 5
Judah & the Lion, June 26
Catfish and the Bottlemen, June 30
Chaka Khan, July 2
Styx, June 28
Loverboy, July 3
Frenship, July 2
Chris Janson, July 4
Elle King, June 27
Gryffin, June 27
Dispatch, July 7
Skillet, July 6
Chase Rice, July 4
La Sonora Ponceña, July 7
August Burns Red, June 29
St. Paul & the Broken Bones, June 27
Hanson, June 26
LANCO, June 27
Daya, July 5
Chelsea Cutler, June 26
lovelytheband, June 28
Chris Robinson Brotherhood, July 5
Semisonic, July 6
COIN, July 2
The Roots, July 3
Matoma, July 3
Neon Trees, June 27
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony,
Lake Street Dive
Ludacris, June 29
Los Lonely Boys
Jimmie Allen, June 30
Lindsay Ell
Max, July 5
Collective Soul, June 28
Two Friends, July 3
Chris Lane, July 6
Jordan Davis, June 29
Riley Green, June 30
Dylan Scott, July 7
Steve Earle & The Dukes, June 27
Dark Star Orchestra, July 6
Brother Ali, July 6
Donna Missal, June 27
Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Viola, June 26
Lauren Alaina, July 3
Silverstein, June 29
Guided By Voices, June 30
Jesus Jones, July 5
38 Special, July 5
X, June 27
Nora Collins, July 3
Ozomatli, June 30
Mitchell Tenpenny, June 29
10,000 Maniacs, June 27
Foghat, June 27
Andrew W.K., June 27
Cory Wong, July 4
Common Kings
Reverend Horton Heat, June 30
The Spinners, July 5
Elvin Bishop’s Big Fun Trio
Royal Tusk, July 3
Sa-Roc, July 6
Silent Planet, June 29
Brandy Clark, July 3
Aaron Lee Tasjan, June 27
SHAED, June 28
Allman Betts Band
The Suffers
The Association, July 3
Weathers, June 26
Hawthorne Heights, July 3
Juice, July 7
Big Head Todd and the Monsters, July 5
flora cash, June 28
Carousel Kings, July 3
HARDY, July 4
Nikki Jean, July 6
Otis Taylor and the Psychedelic Banjo Posse
Trea Landon, July 5
DJ Keezy, July 6
DJ Abilities, July 6
Matt Hoyles
Sweet Crude
Leonid & Friends, July 5
The Lioness
deM atlaS, July 6
Tenille Arts, July 4
Trap Manny, July 2
Evidence, July 6
The Beths
Black Pumas
Adia Victoria, June 30

CLICK HERE to view dates for many of the acts above.

Previously announced American Family Insurance Amphitheater headliners include: Thomas Rhett with Dustin Lynch and Russell Dickerson, June 26 • The Outlaw Music Festival featuring Willie Nelson & Family, Phil Lesh & Friends, The Avett Brothers, Counting Crows, Alison Krauss, Dawes, and Trapper Schoepp, June 27 • Jason Aldean with Kane Brown and Carly Pearce, June 28 • Bon Iver with Lord Huron and Julien Baker, June 29 • Zac Brown Band with Drake White, June 30 • Lionel Richie with Michael McDonald, July 2 • Jennifer Lopez, July 3 • The Killers with Death Cab for Cutie, July 5 • Billie Eilish, July 6 • Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, and ScHoolboy Q, July 7.

Construction during the first phase of the American Family Insurance Amphitheater features improvements to the infrastructure and back-of-house areas, including the raising of a portion of the current roof from 36’ to 65’ feet, which was completed in early February, to accommodate the largest touring productions, in addition to the following: a removable stage and flat floor seating in front of the stage, 19 state-of-the-art dressing rooms, new production spaces, dining/catering facilities, nine loading docks, and six new high-definition LED walls throughout the venue.