If you love those great music moments, Riot Fest has got you covered this year. The 15th anniversary of the Chicago-based music festival will be taking over Douglas Park Sept. 13-15 and the top billed acts should give music festival goers plenty of feels.

You've got Blink-182, who had to miss out on last year's festival due to health issues, making their triumphant return to the stage and making good on last year's promise. There's Slayer, who are in the midst of their farewell tour, who will be playing their final Chicago and Milwaukee area show. And for all the riot grrrl fans out there, Bikini Kill have reunited in 2019 and will be bringing their ferocious set to the stage. Add in The Raconteurs, playing their first Chicago show in 11 years, and hometown heroes Rise Against taking the stage and you've got quite the weekend.

Riot Fest also offers The B-52s' final Chicago show, and full album performances from The Flaming Lips (playing Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots), Ween (taking on The Mollusk), Bloc Party (celebrating the 15th anniversary of Silent Alarm) and the reunited Avail (playing Over the James from start to finish).

See all the full album performances listed below:

Against Me! - Reinventing Axl Rose + Transgender Dysphoria Blues
Avail - Over the James
Blink-182 - Enema of the State
Bloc Party - Silent Alarm
Dashboard Confessional - The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most
The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
Glassjaw - Worship and Tribute
The Selecter - Too Much Pressure
Senses Fail - From the Depths of Dreams + Let It Enfold You
Taking Back Sunday - Tell All Your Friends + Louder Now
Ween - The Mollusk

See the full lineup for the 2019 Riot Fest in the poster below. Tickets for Riot Fest are on sale now at this location. For additional details on this year's event, check here.

Lineup

Blink-182 (performing Enema of the State), Slayer (final Chicago & Milwaukee show), Bikini Kill, The Raconteurs, Rise Against, The Flaming Lips (performing Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots), Jawbreaker, Ween (performing The Mollusk), Bloc Party (performing Silent Alarm), Die Antwoord, Patti Smith And Her Band, Taking Back Sunday (performing Tell All Your Friends and Louder Now), Rancid, Violent Femmes, Descendents, Manchester Orchestra, The B-52s, Dashboard Confessional (performing The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most), The Story So Far, Avail (performing Over The James), The Struts, Against Me! (performing Reinventing Axl Rose and Transgender Dysphoria Blues), PVRIS, Pennywise, The Starting Line, Cock Sparrer, Streetlight Manifesto, Anthrax, Neck Deep, Bob Mould, Hot Snakes, American Football, Guided By Voices, Ride, Lucero, Testament, Andrew W.K., Senses Fail (performing Let It Enfold You and From The Depths Of Dreams), The Get Up Kids, Village People, Less Than Jake, Hot Water Music, Glassjaw (performing Worship & Tribute), GWAR, The Selecter (performing Too Much Pressure), Anti-Flag, Nick Lowe w/ Los Straitjackets, Turnover, The Damned Things, Cursive, Turnstile, Surfer Blood, The Ergs!, Save Ferris, Frank Iero and the Future Violents, White Reaper, Grandson, H2O, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, Hot Mulligan, The Hu, Teenage Bottlerocket, Prof, Cherry Glazerr, Masked Intruder, Dave Hause & The Mermaid, This Wild Life, The Garden, Drakulas, Dead Swords, Can’t Swim, Caroline Rose, The Beaches, Mat Kerekes, Angel Du$T, Microwave, Pkew Pkew Pkew, Sincere Engineer, Skating Polly, No Parents, Ultra Q, Lando Chill, cleopatrick, Elder Brother, Thin Lips, Kali Masi, Yours Truly, Ganser, Ramona.

2019 Rock + Metal Festival Guide