PILSEN — Miche Fest will return to Harrison Park this summer for its fifth year.
The music festival, previously called Chicago Michelada Fest, offers a two-day lineup of Latino artists, local food stands and “top-tier” michelada vendors.
The festival is noon-10 p.m. June 24-25 at Harrison Park, 1824 S. Wood St.
Tickets are on sale now.
A one-day general admission ticket is $89 with an additional $17.56 service fee. A weekend general admission ticket is $149 with a $30 service fee.
A one-day general admission plus ticket, which includes a dedicated entrance and access to air-conditioned bathrooms, is $119 with a $20.99 service fee. A weekend general admission plus ticket is $179 with a $33.43 service fee.
A one-day VIP ticket, which includes an elevated viewing area, a lounge, a discounted bar and other amenities, is $169 with a $32.29 service fee. A weekend VIP ticket costs $299 with a $47.16 service fee.
The full line-up:
- Prince Royce
- Natti Natasha
- Elvis Crespo
- R.K.M. Y KEN-Y
- King Hesse
- MO MAMI
- DJ La Queen
- Gerardo Ortiz
- Alex Lora y El Tri Banda los Recoditos
- Grupo Kual
- Grupo Vanguardia
- Lilo Bermúdez
- La Organización Mamicana
- DJ Zel
- DJ Squadooble
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