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Summerfest announced renovations to the Miller Lite Oasis last September.

Miller Lite Oasis gets new "Level Up" concert viewing deck

Fans staking out Miller Lite Oasis headliners like Ludacris, Flume, DNCE and more will be able to take in the show from a whole new level this year, as Summerfest announced this morning a new "Level Up" elevated viewing deck overlooking the stage.

The new exclusive area – which will be open for all 11 days of the Big Gig with wristband access for ticket-holders from 6 p.m. until midnight – will include a private bar and restrooms, seating and flatscreen TVs. In addition to those extras, tickets for the Level Up section will also come with Summerfest admission, two beverages and appetizers.

"Our fans have asked for this type of hospitality area, and we are excited to offer Level Up for Summerfest's 50th edition to enhance our fans concert experience," said Don Smiley, president and CEO of Milwaukee World Festival, Inc., in a statement.

In order to get a spot in the Level Up deck, fans will need to buy a ticket – $100 a person, plus ticketing fees – either at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater box office, over the phone at (800)-745-3000 or at Tickets will be available for each day of the Big Gig, beginning on Monday, May 22.

Here are when Level Up viewing deck tickets will go on sale for each of the Miller Lite Oasis headliners:

Monday, May 22

  • Flume: 10 a.m.
  • Steve Aoki: noon

Tuesday, May 23

  • Jon Bellion: 10 a.m.
  • Bleachers: noon

Wednesday, May 24

  • Ludacris: 10 a.m.
  • Alessia Cara: noon

Thursday, May 25

  • KYLE: 10 a.m.
  • Tegan and Sara: noon

Friday, May 26

  • Walk the Moon: 10 a.m.
  • DNCE: noon
  • Lee Brice: 2 p.m.

For more information on the Level Up viewing deck and tickets, visit Summerfest's website.


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