Rammstein announced as first Chicago Open Air festival headliner

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German alt-metal rockers Rammstein are the first headliners announced for the Chicago Open Air music festival, July 15-17 at Toyota Park in south suburban Bridgeview. The concert will mark the band’s only 2016 performance in the U.S., and their first Chicago show since 2012.

More than 40 bands will be featured in the inaugural festival, which will also feature a craft beer village and gourmet food midway. Additional headliners will be announced on Feb. 16.

Discounted early bird general admission three-day passes (starting at $109.50) are available at www.ChicagoOpenAir.com.

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