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The National Among More Than 100 Artists Set To Perform At Summerfest

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Rock band The National are among over 100 acts announced to perform at Milwaukee's Summerfest.


Rock band The National are among over 100 acts announced to perform at Milwaukee's Summerfest.

The 52nd edition of the festival will also feature A-listers Brandi Carlile, Cole Swindell, Lizzo, Third Eye Blind, Young the Giant, Courtney Barnett, Matoma and more.

Summerfest has announced over 100 artists in the lineup, including performances from Walk the Moon, Foreigner, Hanson, Steve Aoki, Neon Trees, Andrew W.K., T-Pain, Styx, Chicago, Jimmy Eat World, Lake Street Drive, Chvrches, Taking Back Sunday, The Roots, Jason Mraz, X Ambassadors, and Yungblud.

"For 11 days on 12 stages, Summerfest delivers on its reputation as 'The World's Largest Music Festival,' offering a diverse lineup of artists to our fans on Milwaukee's lakefront," said Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. president and CEO Don Smiley in a statement.

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The National Among More Than 100 Artists Set To Perform At Summerfest


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Rock band The National are among over 100 acts announced to perform at Milwaukee's Summerfest.

Rock band The National are among over 100 acts announced to perform at Milwaukee's Summerfest.

The 52nd edition of the festival will also feature A-listers Brandi Carlile, Cole Swindell, Lizzo, Third Eye Blind, Young the Giant, Courtney Barnett, Matoma and more.

Summerfest has announced over 100 artists in the lineup, including performances from Walk the Moon, Foreigner, Hanson, Steve Aoki, Neon Trees, Andrew W.K., T-Pain, Styx, Chicago, Jimmy Eat World, Lake Street Drive, Chvrches, Taking Back Sunday, The Roots, Jason Mraz, X Ambassadors, and Yungblud.

"For 11 days on 12 stages, Summerfest delivers on its reputation as 'The World's Largest Music Festival,' offering a diverse lineup of artists to our fans on Milwaukee's lakefront," said Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. president and CEO Don Smiley in a statement.

Copyright(c) 2019 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved


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