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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Riverfest posts its music headliners

Posted By on Thu, Mar 17, 2016 at 7:37 AM

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Here's the lineup posted by Riverfest for its first year in a new format — strictly a music festival a week after Memorial Day, with the former kids' activities moved to April 2.

The shift could be make or break for the festival — popular in terms of big attendance, but stretched by prices of the acts and competition elsewhere.

More details at Riverfest. Also, Soiree has a post up on the lineup.

Website says a weekend pass will cost $37.50, plus a $6.13 ticket fee. There's a VIP pass for $500.:

VIP Packages allow re-entry into the festival [regular passes don't] 

If you are interested in the VIP treatment at Riverfest, consider purchasing our VIP package. For $500 you will receive the following benefits:

Two (2) weekend admission tickets to Riverfest (gets you into every concert)

Access to our VIP pavilions for the weekend, located in the River Market Pavilions with views of the Amphitheatre Main Stage, which includes:

Complimentary Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coca-Cola and wine products throughout the weekend

Complimentary dinner each evening (while supplies last)

Reserved seating in the Amphitheater (There is no reserved seating or special viewing area at the Bud Light Stage included in the VIP package)

One print/poster of the Riverfest 2016 Festival artwork created by festival artist.

VIP Packages can be picked up at Will Call at Riverfest located at President Clinton and Rivermarket Avenues, in our VIP Check-In tent.

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