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Spring Awakening Music Festival Tickets
Spring Awakening Tickets
Spring Awakening is an electronic music festival held annually in Chicago, IL. Unlike other multi-day festivals, it is not held on a fairground or campground. Today, rather, it is held at the Sears Center in the Hoffman Estates, a suburb of Chicago. In the past, it was held at Soldier Field, most commonly known as the home of the Chicago Bears. Typically, it is held during the first full weekend in June. The event is produced by React Events, a production company based in Chicago. The festival hosts multiple stages of DJs throughout the weekend and is a rain or shine event.
Spring Awakening didn't start out as a massive music festival. At first, it was a seasonal concert series held in Chicago. 2012 was the first year that it transitioned into being a full music festival after four years of being a theater event. The transition was simply a result of the concert series outgrowing its venue. While it was previously considered to be a local event, people travel to attend Spring Awakening today from around the world. This is a result of the festival booking some of the most relevant producers and DJs on the national and international electronic music scene.
Where can I get Spring Awakening tickets?
Those interested in attending Spring Awakening can purchase tickets at StubHub, home of the internet's most extensive inventory of concert and event tickets. For added convenience, StubHub has both a mobile app and a desktop interface available.
What can I expect at Spring Awakening?
Spring Awakening attendees can expect a full day of multi-genre electronic music DJs and producers. Each day, the event runs from noon until the 11 p.m. hard curfew. The genres range from house, the electronic sound most commonly associated with Chicago, to bass music and electro-funk. Attendees are sure to find a lot of new acts they didn't know they loved yet during this multi-day festival.
Is there camping at Spring Awakening?
No. Spring Awakening is hosted in Cook County, so camping is not available during the event. There is an amplitude of hotels and other accommodations available. Attendees may not re-enter the event the same day they leave. Wristbands only scan once a day. As a result of the festival closing each night, single-day passes are available for concertgoers only interested in one day during the event.
Are there VIP tickets available?
Spring Awakening does offer VIP tickets during the event. The VIP wristband gives you access to various amenities that general admission tickets don't. These include special viewing areas, bars with shorter lines, and more. Due to the bar access in the VIP area, only patrons aged 21 and over are allowed to view from it.
Who are some of the artists that have performed at Spring Awakening?
During its existence, the festival has hosted a variety of the most important names in electronic music on its various stages. This includes festival heroes like Griz, Calvin Harris and Bassnectar. Each year they strive to balance a creative lineup, pairing up and coming artists with major headliners, offering something for everyone that loves electronic music of any kind.
Is there food and drink at the event?
There are a variety of vendors located around the festival grounds where people can purchase snacks, entrees, refreshments and alcoholic beverages. Alcohol service is discontinued with one hour left at the festival. Food vendors can stay open at their own discretion.
Are there after parties?
Yes. Spring Awakening closes each day at 11 p.m., leaving plenty of time for the official after parties. These are held in clubs around the city of Chicago. You must purchase a separate ticket to gain entry to the after parties.