(TRR) – System of a Down and Tool are set to headline Chicago Open Air 2019. The festival is set for May 18-19 of next year at SeatGeek Stadium (formerly Toyota Park) in Bridgeview, IL. Also slated to perform are Ghost, The Prodigy, Meshuggah, Beartooth, Gojira, The Fever 333, and others. Chicago Open Air is co-produced by Danny Wimmer Presents and Live Nation.
In addition to live performances, festival goers will be able to indulge in a wide variety of food and beverage options. A variety of local and regional craft beers as well as authentic Chi-Town cuisine will be available to patrons throughout the weekend.
Initial ticket prices for Chicago Open Air:
2-day General Admission Field: $249.50
2-day General Admission Bowl: starting at $179.50
2-day VIP: $429.50
Single-Day VIP: $249.50
Single-Day General Admission Field: $149.50
Single-Day General Admission Bowl: starting at $99.50
All VIP tickets include Premium viewing area on the field or a premium reserved seat in the bowl level of the stadium, access to a dedicated VIP entrance into the stadium, access to a VIP hang area featuring dedicated food and beverage offerings, access to VIP-only restroom facilities, and a commemorative VIP laminate.
Chicago Open Air is produced by Los Angeles-based Danny Wimmer Presents, one of the largest independent producers of destination rock music festivals in America, and Live Nation. Other DWP events include Aftershock Festival, Bourbon & Beyond, Chicago Open Air, Epicenter Festival, Hometown Rising, Louder Than Life, Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival, and Welcome To Rockville.
DWP were also the co-creators of Rock On The Range, America’s largest and most acclaimed rock festival, which celebrated its 12th and final year in 2018 with 140,000 in attendance; Carolina Rebellion, which wrapped in 2018 after 8 record-breaking years, including over 100,000 in attendance multiple years at the annual event; and Northern Invasion, which had 50,000 in attendance for its fourth year in 2018.