Jason Aldean, T-Pain, The Lonely Island Headline Summerfest

Country superstar Jason Aldean headlines the American Family Insurance Amphitheater tonight. Since bursting onto the scene in 2005, he’s become one of Nashville’s most reliable hit-makers and is also one of its most popular touring acts. Kane Brown, Carly Pearce, and Dee Jay Silver open up starting at 7:30.


On the ground stages, TV star Andy Samberg takes his Saturday Night Live digital short team The Lonely Island to the Miller Lite Oasis at 10:15 for what promises to be one of the funniest music sets you could catch. The legendary Styx rocks the U.S. Cellular Connection Stage at 10:00.

Fresh off of a win on “The Masked Singer” that revitalized his career, T-Pain headlines the Harley-Davidson Roadhouse at 9:45. Just don’t expect him to be in his monster costume.

Three-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile stops by the BMO Harris Pavilion at 9:45 for a set of her signature blend of pop rock, folk, and alt-country. 90s rockers and Summerfest veterans Collective Sould play the Uline Warehouse at 10:00.

lovelytheband headlines a triple bill at the Briggs and Stratton Big Backyard at 10:00 with Flora Cash opening up at 6:30 and then the up-and-coming electro-pop trio SHAED at 8:00.

Milwaukee’s own GGOOLLDD—one of the most popular bands in the local music scene—headlines the Johnson Controls World Sound Stage at 10:00, but be sure to get there early for tonight’s sleeper pick; a singer you probably haven’t heard of but will definitely want to hear. Singer-songwriter tiLLie describes sound as “anti-pop”—upbeat, catchy melodies with punk rock rawness and energy. Her second EP, “Loudmouth,” is getting her major buzz and has the potential to catapult this up-and-comer to major stardom. Catch her at the Johnson Controls World Sound Stage at 8:00 tonight.

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