Harley-Davidson Roadhouse headliners announced for Summerfest 50
Summerfest

The headlining acts for Harley-Davidson Roadhouse with Miller High Life at Summerfest 50 were announced on April 19, 2017. Summerfest will be celebrating its 50th anniversary of the festival which is known as “The World’s Largest Music Festival.”  The festival will be held at Henry Meier Festival Park, which is on the Lake Michigan lakefront in downtown Milwaukee, Wisc.

Entertainment at the Harley-Davison Roadhouse will be free with general admission to Summerfest and seating will be on a first come, first served basis.  The headliners will include Pokey LaFarge, Brian Setzer’s Rockabilly Riot!,  Johnnyswim, Dispatch, Shinedown, Ziggy Marley, Miike Snow, Girl Talk, A Day to Remember, Atmosphere, and Chevelle.

Summerfest 50 will feature 11 stages of entertainment over the 11-day run of the festival, which will be open June 28-July 2 and July 4-9, 2017 (closed on July 3). There will be over 800 acts and over 1,000 performances bringing music to suit every taste.

The Harley-Davidson Roadhouse will be located near the Middle-Gate Entry, convenient to rest-rooms and to several food and beverage vendors.

Harley Davidson Roadhouse Headliners

June 28   
10 p.m. - TBA

June 29
8 p.m. -Pokey LaFarge
9:30 p.m. -  Brian Setzer’s Rockability Riot!

June 30 
8 p.m. -  Johnnyswim
10 p.m. - Dispatch

July 1 
10 p.m.  -  Shinedown

July 2
9:30 p.m. - Ziggy Marley

July 4 
10 p.m. - Miike Snow

July 5
10 p.m. -  Girl Talk

July 6 
10 p.m. -  A Day to Remember

July 7 
10 p.m. - Atmosphere

July 8
9:45 p.m. - Chevelle

July 9
8 p.m. - Domenic Marte
9:30 p.m. - Gilberto Santa Rosa

Tickets to Summerfest will be $20 per day general admission. Discounted admission of $13 will apply for people who arrive before 4 p.m. weekdays (Mono-Fri.) Seniors (60+ and children (3-10) will be admitted for $8.  There are two current specials on multi-day passes, including the 3-Day Pass for $45 and the 11-Day Power Pass for $80. The specials will only run for a limited time, but the cut-off date for the specials has not been announced.