ARC Music Festival returns to Chicago’s Union Park on Labor Day Weekend with an expanded three-day event. Paying homage to the city that created house music, the pinnacle of modern house remains a focus at ARC with heavy hitters such as Gorgon City, Chris Lake, Claptone, and Vintage Culture primed for this year’s event. Melodic shades of house will also be in representation by the likes of Lane 8, Nora En Pure and Ben Böhmer. The festival also promises a slew of veteran talent for the weekend including Adam Beyer‘s joint slot with Eric Prydz as Cirez D, and performances by Eats Everything, Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Skream, and Fatboy Slim to name a few.
ARC’s unique programming aims to extend beyond the music, offering curated art exhibits and numerous culinary highlights. Festival passes also present expanded benefits beyond the weekend, allowing ticket holders to gain access to tickets to sold-out shows, private pre-sales, exclusively priced ticketing tiers, and guest list opportunities at more than 40 upcoming Auris Presents events this spring and summer.
Attendees can get first access to tickets at ARC’s website. General admission tickets hit the market on March 17 with payment plans available now and travel packages coming soon. See ARC Music Festival’s 2022 lineup in full below.
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