Chicago's New Electronic Music Festival Set to Hit the Town July 4th Weekend

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Riverwest Music Festival, Chicago's premier three-day music festival showcasing the world's finest in electronic music, makes its debut over the Fourth of July weekend along the banks of the Chicago River.

Featuring a diverse array of both local and international artists over three days -Friday, July 4, Saturday, July 5, Sunday, July 6- and across two diverse stages both in sound and structure, the festival spans a mile of riverfront property along Elston between Division and Chicago Avenue.

A limited amount of early bird 3-day passes are now on sale for $100. General admission single-day passes will be available thereafter for $59.99 and general admission weekend passes will be available at $149.

Tickets are available now via

The lineup includes some major artists including Adrian Lux, Art Department, Damian Lazarus, Deep Dish, Excision, Hot Since 82, Lee Burridge, Lee Foss, Rusko, Morgan Page and many more, with even more headliners to be announced.

For more information on the new festival visit - see you in Chi-Town!