Riot Fest announces shakeup with new location, lineup: Fall Out Boy, Beck, Slayer

There's been a shakeup ahead of Riot Fest's return to the Chicago area this fall.

The festival has released its lineup and announced a move. Fall Out Boy, Beck, Slayer and St. Vincent lead the lineup for the Chicago-based music festival, which is set to move from Douglas Park to SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, Illinois.

The event's co-founder, Mike Petryshyn, made the location change announcement in a statement on Tuesday, blaming the park's manager for its "lack of care for the community, you and us," leaving organizers "no choice."

Despite the move, the festival is still planning on bringing its mix of punk rock and hip-hop to Illinois this fall; the three-day festival is set for Sept. 20 to 22, with additional appearances by Public Enemy, Sublime, Rob Zombie, Tierra Whack and more.

Here's what you should know about Riot Fest 2024.

Fall Out Boy performs during the 2023 NHL All-Star Game at FLA Live Arena.
Fall Out Boy performs during the 2023 NHL All-Star Game at FLA Live Arena.

Riot Fest 2024 lineup

The festival announced the Riot Fest lineup on Wednesday, with Fall Out Boy set to headline Friday, Beck set to headline Saturday and Slayer, who is set to reunite after announcing their retirement in January 2018, will headline Sunday.

Here is the festival's lineup, in part:

  • Fall Out Boy

  • Slayer

  • Beck

  • Public Enemy

  • Sublime

  • Rob Zombie

  • St. Vincent

  • The Marleys (Ziggy, Stephen, Julian, Ky-Mani and Damian)

  • Cypress Hill

  • Lamb Of God

  • Tierra Whack

  • Mastodon

  • Taking Back Sunday

  • Basement

  • Bright Eyes

  • Beach Bunny

  • Clutch

  • Dr. Dog

  • Gwar

  • Health

  • Hot Mulligan

  • L.S.Dunes

  • Manchester Orchestra

  • Oliver Tree

  • Poison The Well

  • Rival Sons

  • Spoon

  • Suicidal Tendencies

  • Sum 41

  • The Hives

  • Waxahatchee

View the full Riot Fest lineup on its website.

Riot Fest 2024 tickets

Two-day and three-day tickets are currently on sale for Riot Fest on its website. VIP and deluxe packages are also currently on sale.

Three-day passes come in at just under $250, while two-day passes are just under $190. Single-day tickets have yet to be announced.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Chicago's Riot Fest location is changing, performance lineup announced