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Old 06-17-05, 01:32 PM
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Milwaukee Summerfest 2005

Here are the headliners for this year's Summerfest. Check www.summerfest.com for full day lineups and admission info.

June 30
7:00PM John Mellencamp with special guest John Fogerty - Marcus Amphitheater
8:30PM Deep Purple Miller Lite Oasis
9:00PM Doobie Brothers - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
9:00PM LeAnn Rimes - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard
11:00PM Chevelle - Mountain Dew Rock Stage
11:00PM Neville Brothers - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
11:00PM Morris Day and The Time - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse
11:00PM Willy Porter - Mid-Gate Stage

July 1
7:30PM Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers with The Black Crowes - Marcus Amphitheater
10:00PM Sugar Ray - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse
10:00PM Rusted Root - Miller Lite Oasis
10:00PM Donovan - Mid-Gate Stage
10:00PM Crossfade - Mountain Dew Rock Stage
10:00PM Johnny Rivers - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard
10:00PM Survivor - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
10:00PM Phantom Planet - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage

July 2
7:30PM Kenny Chesney with Gretchen Wilson and Pat Green - Marcus Amphitheater
10:00PM Dr. John - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse
10:00PM Los Lobos - Mid-Gate Stage
10:00PM Dave Mason - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard
10:00PM David Lee Roth - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
10:00PM Talib Kweli - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
10:00PM Hall & Oates - Miller Lite Oasis
10:00PM Theory of a Deadman - Mountain Dew Rock Stage

July 3
7:00PM Santana with Los Lonely Boys & Salvador Santana Band - Marcus Amphitheater
5:30PM Michelle Shocked - Mid-Gate Stage
10:00PM Shinedown - Mountain Dew Rock Stage
10:00PM Lucinda Williams - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard
10:00PM Howie Day - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse
10:00PM Moby - Miller Lite Oasis
10:00PM Steve Winwood - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
10:00PM Peter Himmelman - Mid-Gate Stage

July 4
8:00PM Stevie Nicks with Vanessa Carlton - Marcus Amphitheater
6:00PM Lewis Black - JoJo's Martini Lounge
8:00PM John Waite - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
8:30PM Robert Randolph & The Family Band - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard
9:00PM Galactic - Mid-Gate Stage
9:30PM Lewis Black- JoJo's Martini Lounge
10:00PM Bret Michaels of Poison - Mountain Dew Rock Stage
10:00PM Ben Folds - Miller Lite Oasis
10:00PM Story of the Year - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
10:00PM Little Feat - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse

July 5
3:00PM The Allman Brothers with Gov't Mule, Derek Trucks Band & Oteil & The Peacemakers - Marcus Amphitheater
7:30PM North Mississippi Allstars - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse
8:00PM Styx - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
8:30PM Kool & The Gang - Miller Lite Oasis
9:00PM John Hiatt with North Mississippi Allstars - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse
9:30PM Jamie O'Neal - Mid-Gate Stage
9:30PM Gin Blossoms - Mid-Gate Stage
10:00PM Seether - Mountain Dew Rock Stage
10:00PM Coheed And Cambria - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
10:00PM Steel Pulse - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard

July 6
7:30PM Journey - Marcus Amphitheater
6:45PM Julie Roberts - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse
8:30PM Billy Dean/Craig Morgan - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse
8:30PM String Cheese Incident - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard
8:30PM Umphrey's McGee- U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
8:30PM Yonder Mountain String Band - Mid-Gate Stage
8:30PM Eddie Money - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
10:00PM Local H - Mountain Dew Rock Stage

July 7
7:30PM Pixies / Weezer with The Fray - Marcus Amphitheater
8:30PM Night Ranger - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
10:00PM Kenny Wayne Shepherd - Miller Lite Oasis
10:00PM Skid Row - Mountain Dew Rock Stage
10:00PM Dilated Peoples - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
10:30PM Death Cab For Cutie - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse

July 8
7:30PM BoDeans with special guest Wallflowers - Marcus Amphitheater
10:00PM Phil Vassar - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard
10:00PM Cowboy Mouth Mid-Gate Stage
10:00PM Whitesnake - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
10:00PM Alter Bridge - Mountain Dew Rock Stage
10:00PM Ingram Hill - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
10:00PM The Donnas - Miller Lite Oasis
10:00PM Isaac Hayes - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse

July 9
7:30PM Tim McGraw with special guest Keith Urban & Hot Apple Pie - Marcus Amphitheater
8:00PM Mindy Smith - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
10:00PM Collective Soul -Miller Lite Oasis
10:00PM O.A.R. - Harley-Davidson Roadhouse
10:00PM Dickey Betts - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
10:00PM Cardboard Vampyres (Featuring Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains and Billy Duffy from the Cult) - Mountain Dew Rock Stage
10:00PM Shelby Lynne - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
10:00PM Rey Ruiz - Mid-Gate Stage
10:00PM .38 Special - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard

July 10
8:00PM James Taylor - Marcus Amphitheater
9:00PM Femi Kuti - Mid-Gate Stage
9:00PM Southside Johnny - Potawatomi Classic Rock Stage
9:00PM Fantasia - Briggs & Stratton Big Backyard
10:00PM Pete Yorn - U.S. Cellular Connection Stage
10:00PM Better Than Ezra - Miller Lite Oasis
10:00PM Living Colour - Mountain Dew Rock Stage
Old 06-18-05, 01:13 PM
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The best Music festival period, at least in the States. Many bands purposely try to get their tour to go through Milwaukee at this time. All it costs is the entrance charge and you have access to many different stages though out the day to see a band. The only extra charge is for the Marcus stage. And that list is only the late shows.
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Holy crap what a lineup this year. Summerfest is of the things I missed when I moved from Chicago. The only problem is there are too many good acts I would want to see playing at the same time.
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Holy Crap! Is that their best lineup ever or what!?!
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Wow that is a very impressive lineup! I wonder if Stevie Nicks will join Tom Petty onstage for any of his stuff (They've dueted on quite a few songs over the years) or vice-versa.
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Wow. I must be the only one underwhelmed by that lineup. Very small number of "new" or "impressive but out of the spotlight" bands, for headliners at least. Thought music midtown in Georgia had a much nicer lineup and that was only 3 days.
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Originally Posted by deadlax
Wow. I must be the only one underwhelmed by that lineup.
Nope, you're not alone. There are only two artists from that list that I would see (Isaac Hayes and Femi Kuti), and even those are far from favorites of mine.
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Nice lineup.

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