Chicago’s ARC Music Festival Announces 2024 Lineup: Honey Dijon, Disclosure, Charlotte de Witte & More

Chicago’s ARC Music Festival has announced the lineup for its 2024 event.

Happening Aug. 30-Sept. 1 in the city’s Union Park, the festival will feature a slate of house and techno legends and rising stars, with the bill including U.K. brother duo Disclosure, Belgian techno leader Charlotte de Witte, Chicago-born star Honey Dijon, genre icons Carl Cox playing b2b with Green Velvet, German techno pioneer Sven Väth, New York legend Armand van Helden, a redux set from Kaskade, current phenom Dom Dolla, grime veteran Skepta and many more.

Produced by Chicago’s Auris Presents, ARC launched in 2021 as a festival meant to pay homage to the city’s history as the home of house music. As such, the event always features a collection of genre founders and pioneers, an esteemed group that this year includes Moodymann playing b2b with Carl Craig as Detroit Love, Derrick Carter playing b2b with Mark Farina, Marshall Jefferson b2b Gene Ferris and more. See the complete lineup below.

“You see a lot of festivals that incorporate legends and innovators of a scene, and they’re sometimes relegated to side stages or lower parts of a lineup — places where their impact in the culture of music is not properly reflected,” Auris Presents co-founder Stuart Hackley told Billboard in 2021. “That has to do with many things — artist billing, ticket sales, artist’s profile size — but part of our mission was to take all the artists that are part of the Chicago house music community through the years, people without whom this sound would not be around, and put them right next to the larger artists that are playing this music nowadays.”

ARC 2024 tickets go on sale Friday (March 15), with festival pass holders also getting access to a run of 30 after parties that will happen in 13 venues throughout the city.

ARC 2024 Lineup

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