For one weekend each summer, Spring Awakening Music Festival gives Chicago's club kids a very good reason to get out of bed before noon. This year, the three-day electronic music festival moves to the suburbs, where it will take over the Poplar Creek at 59-90 Entertainment District in Hoffman Estates. DJ Snake, Zedd, Martin Garrix, Griz and DJ Illenium will get behind the decks for headlining sets on intricate stages complete with confetti blasts and pyrotechnics. While the fest goes down in the ’burbs, we expect that some artists will end the evening with late-night after-parties at Chicago's best dance clubs.
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When is Spring Awakening Music Festival 2019?
This year's festival takes place from June 7–9, 2019.
Where is Spring Awakening Music Festival 2019?
After three years in Addams/Medill Park, Spring Awakening will take over Poplar Creek at 59-90 Entertainment District in Hoffman Estates. According to organizers, the festival will use a the western parking lots of the Sears Centre Arena. While parking will be offered onsite, Spring Awakening will be running shuttles from nearby Metra stations to get attendees to the fest.
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Spring Awakening Music Festival is searching for a venue, again
Back in February, the organizers behind Spring Awakening announced that the EDM festival would be moving to Jackson Park for its 2016 edition. A change in venue was necessary due to the fact that the festival's usual home, Soldier Field, will be hosting the Copa América Centenario international soccer tournament during most of June—conflicting with the event's June 10–12 dates. When local promoter React Presents announced Spring Awakening's relocation to Jackson Park, it released an elaborate promotional video, boasting that the expanded event would now offer eight stages and carnival rides. Chicago magazine is now reporting that Spring Awakening "is not scheduled to go off in Jackson Park, though organizers are still considering different parks," citing a Parks District spokesperson. A quick scan of the festival's website reveals that all mentions of Jackson Park have been removed, though tickets to the event (which is a little less than two months away) are still on sale. Chicago magazine previously reported that Alderman Leslie Hairston had not approved of the festival's relocation to her ward, while Jackson Park neighborhood groups openly opposed the move. Within the past two weeks, React Presents has revealed lineups for its North Coast and Mamby on the Beach music festivals, so the continued absence of a lineup for Spring Awakening is odd, to say the least. Organizer React Presents has not commented on Spring Awakening's lack of a venue or confirmed whether or not pre