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Riot Fest reveals 2015 daily schedule

What day is Modest Mouse playing? Riot Fest reveals schedule for September fest.

Riot Fest organizers unveiled the West Side festival's daily lineup Tuesday, with No Doubt headlining the first day and Modest Mouse and Snoop Dogg closing out the three-day fest.

Single-day and two-day tickets will go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. for Riot Fest, which will be held Sept. 11-13 in its new home of Douglas Park in the North Lawndale community.

Festival organizers recently announced the move from Humboldt Park after residents there complained about disruptions to the community and the condition of the park after the fest. Three-day passes for $189.98 and VIP passes for $299.98 are available now on the Riot Fest website.

Groupon on Monday morning gave a sneak peek to the daily lineup and began selling single-day tickets for $49.98. Hours later, the price of the Groupon jumped $20 to $69.98 after Groupon fixed a "pricing error," Riot Fest spokeswoman Heather West said.

A Groupon representative didn't return Tribune requests for comment. The Groupons are for sale until Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. A limit of eight Groupons can be purchased per person. 

Riot Fest organizers announced a preliminary list of performers in May. An estimated 160,000 concertgoers attended Riot Fest over the three days last year.

The Riot Fest schedule:


No Doubt, Faith No More, Motörhead, Ice Cube & Special Guests (performing "Straight Outta Compton Remix"), Alkaline Trio, Coheed and Cambria, Flogging Molly, Slightly Stoopid, Thrice, Dirty Heads, Anthrax, Eagles of Death Metal, Against Me!, Bayside, MEST, Atreyu, Lee Scratch Perry, The Expendables, Living Colour, Fishbone, Death, Mariachi El Bronx, Civ, Every Time I Die, Real Friends, 88 Fingers Louie, Mustard Plug, Into It. Over It., Post Malone with FKI, Chef’Special, Marmozets, Barb Wire Dolls, The Coathangers, Prayers, Speedy Ortiz, White Mystery, Main Attrakionz, Ground Up, Skinny Lister, Alex Wiley, Heems, Psalm One, Dreamers, Faulkner 


System of a Down, Iggy Pop, Rancid (performing "…And Out Come The Wolves"), Billy Idol, Taking Back Sunday, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Drive Like Jehu, Merle Haggard, Alexisonfire, The Academy Is… (performing "Almost Here"), The Lawrence Arms, Echo & the Bunnymen, Bootsy Collins’ Rubber Band, The Damned, Pennywise, The Devil Wears Prada, Mayday Parade, Babes in Toyland, Desaparecidos, The Joy Formidable, The Dead Milkmen, FIDLAR, Millencolin, American Nightmare, Swervedriver, GWAR, Lifetime, Joyce Manor, The Movielife, Steve Ignorant and Paranoid Visions, The Dear Hunter, The Ataris, Modern Life Is War (performing "Witness"), Fit For Rivals, Flatfoot 56, Teenage Bottlerocket, Chon, Counterpunch, Direct Hit!, Dirty Fences, Sleep On It, The Brokedowns, Meat Wave, Elway, Indian Handcrafts, PEARS, Gateway Drugs, Clowns 


Modest Mouse, The Prodigy, Snoop Dogg (performing "Doggystyle"), Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley, Tenacious D, L7, Stephen "Ragga" Marley, Kongos, Cypress Hill, Yelawolf, The Airborne Toxic Event, Manchester Orchestra, De La Soul, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, New Politics, Jimmy Cliff, Andrew W.K., Less Than Jake, The Thurston Moore Band, Morgan Heritage, Doomtree, Hum, Tarrus Riley, The Dwarves, Tommy Stinson, Kevin Devine, Jo Mersa, Alvvays, The White Buffalo, Black-Am-I, Skip Marley, Knuckle Puck, Jazz Cartier, Have Mercy, Superheaven, Foxing, Beach Slang, Cayetana, Blis, Northern Faces, Souvenirs, Skating Polly, Signals Midwest, Modern Chemistry, Tasha The Amazon, Foxtrott, Twin River, Indian School

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