Summerfest adds final BMO Pavilion headliners to 2024 lineup

By | April 25, 2024

On Milwaukee

Last month, Summerfest revealed all of its headliners for this year’s live music mania on the lakefront. Well, ALMOST all of its headliners, as the Big Gig left a few TBDs on its musical menu – one of which was officially named today, as the joint forces of Hanson and Gavin DeGraw were revealed as the final 2024 headliners at the BMO Pavilion.

The “MMMBop” and “I Don’t Want To Be” pop singers will take the grounds stage on Friday, June 21. DeGraw will take the BMO Pavilion stage at 7:30 p.m., followed by Hanson at 9:30 p.m.

With today’s announcement, here’s the final full lineup of headliners coming to the BMO Pavilion stage during Summerfest this year:

Reserved seating tickets for the show will go on sale beginning Wednesday, May 1 at 10 a.m. at Summerfest’s website and Ticketmaster, as well as in person at the Summerfest box office. As with all the rest of the BMO Pavilion Big Gig concerts, however, first come first served general admission seating will also be available at the venue the day of the show as well. For more info, visit Summerfest’s website.

In addition to the Hanson and Gavin DeGraw reveals, Summerfest also announced that BMO and Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. signed a multi-year extension to keep BMO as a key festival sponsor for both the BMO Pavilion venue as well as community outreach programs.

“Over the last two decades, BMO has showcased its unwavering commitment to the Milwaukee community through sponsorship of the BMO Pavilion and programs like BMO EMPower,” said Sarah Pancheri, President and CEO of Milwaukee World Festival, Inc., in a release. “The BMO Pavilion, one of the most beautiful venues in Wisconsin, has also hosted hundreds of concerts over the years with some of music’s most celebrated artists. We look forward to more memorable shows in the years ahead.”

For the entire Summerfest lineup as it currently stands, click here – and for more Big Gig updates and announcements, stay tuned to OnMilwaukee as the festival draws nearer. After all, we’re less than two months away!

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