Chicago Open Air has reclaimed its status as America’s best rock festival by unveiling an absolutely stacked 2017 line-up.
The city festival takes place from 14-16 July at Illinois’ Toyota Park, with headline sets courtesy of KISS, Korn and Ozzy Osbourne.
Check out the full line-up below, which also features Rob Zombie, Slayer and Cane Hill.
Speaking of his band Stone Sour‘s appearance at the festival, Corey Taylor said: “We are beyond stoked to be a part of Chicago Open Air this year. If you’ve never seen Stone Sour before, you’re in for a goddamn treat. If you HAVE seen Stone Sour before, forget what you’re expecting. It’s a whole new ballgame. See you all soon!”
Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe added: “Wassup Chicago! We’re stoked to be playing the Chicago Open Air this year. It’ll be nice to be outside in Illinois for a change, especially since it won’t be 10 below, haha. So come on out and bring your baggies, bikinis and suntan lotion, and surfboards (ok, so you can leave the surfboards at home). See ya there!”
Weekend tickets for Chicago Open Air cost $209.50 for field access and $119.50 for bowl access, with the VIP experience starting at $425.
The festival will also feature traditional gourmet food from local vendors as well as best beers courtesy of Motorhead, Iron Maiden and Chicago’s finest breweries.
Click here to buy tickets for Chicago Open Air 2017. You can check out the announcement video below.