Popular Chicago post-hardcore outfit headlines this rock-heavy festival featuring Thrice, Glassjaw, and a craft beer garden
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Rise Against performs "Black Masks & Gasoline" live
Rise Against: The post-hardcore band plays politically aggressive yet melodic tunes from their seven-album catalog, including their latest release, The Black Market.
Thrice: Since 1998, this popular post-hardcore outfit has evolved from highlighting math-rock time signatures to experimenting with electronic beats and elaborate song cycles, but they continue to donate proceeds from their album sales to a number of nonprofit organizations.
Glassjaw: Staples of the New York hardcore scene since 1993, stalwart singer Daryl Palumbo, multi-instrumentalist Justin Beck, and a rotating lineup of fellow players leave stages soaked in sweat with performances that echo their heroes, Faith No More.
O’Brother: It’s always a pendulum of moods and quiet/loud dynamics with this experimental act, whose shoegazing soundscapes echo the dreamy noise of Sigur Rós and Mogwai.
Citizen: With a sturdy mix of emo pop, post hardcore, and chunky indie rock, this Midwestern outfit recently landed at #2 on the Billboard vinyl charts with their sophomore album, Everybody is Going to Heaven, and scored a slot on the Vans Warped Tour.