Single-day tickets go on-sale tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. CDT. Today we’re announcing something a little early: 1-day passes for $49.98, for a limited time only.
Chicago post-punk favorites Ganser, hard at work on a new album, just released a music video for a new tune called “Bad Form.”
Snoops is a great little camper. He’s adorably sweet and we often find him in the mess hall snacking away. Boy loves his treats! Snoops is a smart scout and knows how to sit on command, give paw, and wait nicely until he’s rewarded. He plays well with the other doggie campers minus some humpy
Kelli Mayo of Skating Polly walks us through a brief history of “ugly pop” with a playlist of her essential tracks.
Sleep On It’s new album “Pride & Disaster” is due out September 13th. Watch the music video for the accompanying single “Under the Moment,” and catch them live at Bottom Lounge on July 20th.
Justice Tripp of Angel Du$t talks about the band's unfaltering love for their dogs, and the difficulties of touring without them.
The Chicago gator is still loose, the lagoon has been shut down, and reinforcements have been brought in. But here’s the winners of our Gator-fy a Punk Album contest.
Looking for a dog who loves to play with other pups? McKay is your dude.
It’s day three of the alligator in the Humboldt Park lagoon being loose, so we’re hosting a contest. Gator-fy your favorite punk record, and you could win Riot Fest tickets.
There’s a man called Alligator Bob in a canoe right now, paddling through a lagoon to catch an alligator. He’s in Chicago.
Our newest RiotFest.org contributor takes a look back at Frank Iero, Hot Topic, and the ups and downs of being a suburban pop-punk fan.
Celebrate the 4th of July with a group of punk licks fit for the perfect BBQ.
Bloc Party‘s ’Silent Alarm’ was a dance punk revival record that kept you off balance and on your toes. You‘ll hear the record performed front-to-back at this year‘s Riot Fest. Read about it via the link in our bio.
In preparation for the largest hot dog grilling event of the year, we’ve prepared a flawless guide to crafting the perfect Chicago-style hot dog.
“We hope the marker will provide a long-needed place for Brockie’s friends, family, and fans to pay their respects,” GWAR shared. The band is unveiling a memorial marker for Oderus Urungus at Brockie’s grave.
Enema came from a purely different time in American history, but still manages to still sound fresh, timely, and alive.
Even though it literally hailed yesterday in Chicago, we’re celebrating summer with 20% off all Riot Brand merch. Use code “RIOTSUMMER” at checkout.
The Village People are playing Riot Fest. Now’s a good time to rewatch their glitzy film spectacle ‘Can't Stop The Music.’