Riot Fest to Sell Holiday Pre-Sale Passes for 2015


Not sure what to get a loved one for Christmas this year?

Are they a fan of good music and going to concerts/festivals? Well, look no further than tickets for next year’s Riot Fest in Chicago!

The annual festival has announced plans to give fans the chance to purchase tickets way ahead of time with a “Holiday pre-sale.”

Yes, we know what you’re all thinking, “didn’t Riot Fest just happen like three months ago?”

The answer to that question is yes, but like with all festivals that will most likely having a great line-up, tickets prices will go up and/or ticket will be sold out in no time.

In order to prevent that from happening, Riot Fest will sell pre-sale three-day passes for the concert which is slated to take place during the weekend of Sept. 11-13, 2015.

Pre-sales will begin tomorrow at 10 a.m. CST on their website, More information can be seen over there or on their cool vintage old school magazine flyer below.


Riot Fest Announced 2014 Dates


Wasn’t Riot Fest just a few weeks ago? Actually, it was more like a few months ago, but the feeling of seeing the complete awesome line-up and wishing to have the chance to go to Chicago and see it is still fresh in our minds and the people behind the event don’t want you to forget about them either.

Today, the dates for 2014’s festival have already been unveiled and that’s not all,the first batch of holiday pre-sale tickets went up earlier in the day, only to already be sold out. Talk about hardcore fans out there, but then again, it is the 10th anniversary of the concert tour and chances are that the line-up for that anniversary should kick 2013’s line-up out of the water.

The festival organizers took to their Facebook page to advise fans not to worry about not being able to get early bird tickets; there would be other opportunities for them to get them in the near future.

As for the dates for the event, only the dates for the Chicago shows have been announced which will be September 12-14. So far, no other word on whether they will be doing the other cities like they did this year.