Summer Set Music & Camping Festival (SSMF) will return to the Somerset Amphitheater August 11-13, 2017. Get prepared to experience a truly unforgettable weekend of camping and fun under the sun in the stunning fields of Somerset, Wisconsin. Known for showcasing an eclectic mix of hip-hop, indie, and jam-style artists alongside some of electronic dance music’s most sought after producers and DJs, Summer Set continues to deliver a legendary and diverse lineup year after year. Last year was exceptionally special as the festival celebrated its fifth anniversary with performances by Skrillex, Bassnectar, Chance The Rapper, Marshmello, Logic, Grimes, RÜFÜS DU SOL, and many more.
In 2016, Summer Set provided all-in-one ticketing options for the first time ever. For 2017 festival attendees will have another chance to lock in their festival tickets and camping accommodations with one swift payment. Discounted Festival Camping and VIP presale tickets are now on sale! Head over to their website to secure your tickets at the lowest available price.
In the coming weeks, fans can expect the artist lineup and official on sale of regular priced ticket options, including single day tickets. For the most updated information regarding Summer Set 2017, visit their Website and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat!
Summer Set Music & Camping Festival
August 11 – 13, 2017
715 Spring Street
Somerset, Wisconsin 54025
“Summer Set is shaping up to be the next big festival in the US.” –Magnetic Magazine
“Summer Set is a secluded utopia that’s become a retreat for fans looking for absolute immersion.”– City Pages Minneapolis
“Summer Set has undoubtedly planted themselves in an entirely different league compared to other festivals in the country.”– This Song Is Sick
“Summer Set joins the ranks of top notch Midwest festival lineups touting an impressive multi-genre lineup.”– Dancing Astronaut
“With acts ranging from local jam bands to old-school hip-hop acts to Top 40 hitmakers, Summer Set is becoming one of the area’s biggest annual music festivals.” — The Current, Minnesota Public Radio