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.