Chicago’s largest music festival returns Thursday with some new features and a lineup expected to draw 100,000 fans each day to Grant Park.

The single-day VIP pass, which costs $650 plus fees, allows access to a dedicated festival entrance, special lounges, golf cart transportation, shaded seating and air-conditioned restrooms, among other perks.

A single-day platinum pass, which costs $2,800, includes VIP perks and access to platinum-only lounges and viewing areas, catered lunch and dinner, a locker with mobile charging and a festival merchandise gift bag.

Bike parking is slated to be available outside the main festival entrance at Michigan Avenue and Congress Parkway.

Pass holders can re-enter the festival three times per day after their initial entry if their wristband is scanned when they exit.

If concertgoers are allowed to re-enter the park, updated set times should be available via the festival mobile app, the schedule page of www.