One-Day General Admission Ticket - Tickets to Music Festival from $50
What We Love Kick your Labor Day plans up a notch with a one-day ticket to the North Coast Music Festival, returning to Union Park from September 1 – 3. The three-day festival starts big with EDM legends Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz as well as Gucci Mane, Lil Dicky and Autograf. Saturday brings reggae master Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, instrumental group STS9 and house DJ Carnage, while Sunday features alt-rock band Ween, funk group Primus and electric composer Tipper. Between sets, fuel up with food and drink from more than 20 vendors. Be sure to also visit the live graffiti area, the silent disco and the House Dome, where you’ll be transported to a club with live DJs, screen displays and wild lighting. Writes EDM Chicago, “Through their luscious lineup and fire festival grounds, the folks at North Coast have created an environment that fosters the most positive vibrations in the Chicago festival scene.”
This Labor Day weekend, the North Coast Music Festival will return to the grassy lawns of Union Park, bringing with it the best in electronic, hip-hop and rock music. Described by the Chicago Tribune as “well tailored to satiate an array of tastes,” this year’s lineup features big names like Deadmau5, Eric Prydz, Gucci Mane, Big Boi and Ween as well as cult favorites like UK producer Bonobo, Canadian jazz fusion act BadBadNotGood and London grime rapper Skepta, offering a little something for everyone. For a break from the stage, festival-goers can also look forward to plenty of food and drinks, a live graffiti area, a silent disco and the House Dome, where DJs will be spinning amid screen displays and nightclub lighting. Whether you come for Carnage, Primus or Tipper, you’re guaranteed a legendary end to your summer.