11:31 AM EDT, May 15, 2012
The Spring Awakening Music Festival scheduled for June 16-17 is expanding inside Soldier Field to meet ticket demand, promoters will announce Tuesday.
The two-day event, which includes headliners Skrillex and Afrojack and dozens more DJs and electronic-dance music artists, will now be held on three stages on the south side of the stadium with a main stage inside, promoters React Presents and the Congress Theater say.
Tickets ($119.99 for a two-day pass) are on sale at clubtix.com. Daily capacity at the event is listed at 30,000.
The complete lineup:
June 16: Skrillex, Benny Benassi, A-Trak, Ferry Corsten, Markus Schulz, Dillon Francis, Garbriel & Dresden, Morgan Page, Claude Vonstroke, Kill the Noise, Joachim Gerraud, Designer Drugs, Bart Bmore, Downlink, Midnight Conspiracy, Nathan Scott, Krewella, Zebo, Nobody Beats the Drum, Tommie Sunshine, Stratus, Lobounce, Willy Joy, Porn N Chicken
June 17: Afrojack, Moby, Flux Pavilion, Carl Cox, Laidback Luke, Wolfgang Gartner, Diplo, Datsik, Hardwell, Arty, R3Hab, Green Velvet, Felix Cartal, Derrick Carter, Nervo, Sandro Silva, Oliver Twizt, Destructo, Lance Herbstrong, Quintino, Sharmanology, Team Bayside High, Thibault, Robots on the Run, NORdjs, David S.
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