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PRYOR – Rocklahoma, billed as America’s biggest Memorial Day Weekend party, will rock with an all-star lineup featuring Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Staind, Twisted Sister, Deftones, Motörhead, and many more from May 23-25 at Catch the Fever Festival Grounds in Pryor.
The three-day camping festival, featuring the top current active rock artists and classic bands, is presented by Bud Light.
The current band lineup for the eighth Rocklahoma also includes Seether, Jackyl, Filter, Black Label Society, Theory of a Deadman, Killswitch Engage, Skid Row, All That Remains, Tom Keifer of Cinderella, Hellyeah, Kix, Down, Pop Evil, Adelitas Way, Black Stone Cherry, Trivium, Texas Hippie Coalition, The Pretty Reckless, Thousand Foot Krutch, Redlight King, Skindred, KYNG, We As Human, Nothing More, Devour the Day, Heaven’s Basement, Gemini Syndrome, Butcher Babies, Eve to Adam, Truckfighters, Killer Dwarfs, Bai Bang, Lynam, ASKA, Black Tora, Firstryke, Mystery, Nasty Habit, Sleepy Hollow, Wicked, Down & Dirty, Loveblast, Ruff Justice, Ratchet Dolls, Ragdoll, Dellacoma, Chaotic Resemblance, Scattered Hamlet, Siren, Mach22, Tempt, London’s Dungeon, Mine Enemies Fall, The Chimpz, Sleepwalking Home, Well Hung Heart, Framing The Red, Blackwater Rebellion, Dryver, and Dirty Crush.
“I initially questioned whether or not we would be able to top last year’s Rocklahoma lineup this time around,” says Joe Litvag, Rocklahoma’s co-executive producer for AEG Live, in a news release. “But with some of the biggest names in the rock world today like Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Seether and Deftones playing alongside Rocklahoma legends like Twisted Sister, Jackyl, Tom Kiefer of Cinderella and Kix, there is not a doubt in my mind that we just raised the bar! Memorial Day Weekend will never be the same!”
Dee Snider of Twisted Sister says in the release, “I view this festival as sort of a ‘Royal Rumble’ of rock; it’s every band for itself, each trying to claim the belt. When Twisted Sister is done that night, the promoters are going to need to change the name of the event to ‘I Wanna Rocklahoma’!”
Staind’s Mike Mushok says in the release, “Totally stoked to play Rocklahoma again! I’m looking forward to a great day of music shared with some amazing fans!”
General admission and VIP packages for Rocklahoma went on sale today at www.rocklahoma.com.
One of the most unique parts of the Rocklahoma experience is the campgrounds, with an endless party running non-stop for four days,Camping tickets may be purchased at www.rocklahoma.com, by calling the Rocklahoma Camping Office at (866) 310-2288 or emailing email@example.com. Campgrounds open on Sunday, May 18 and will remain open through Tuesday, May 27.
Rocklahoma is located just 45 minutes northeast of Tulsa in Pryor. The Catch the Fever Festival Grounds is a premier destination for a multi-day festival and includes onsite camping with access to restrooms and shower house, a general store for campers, VIP reserved seating, hospitality areas and much more.
Rocklahoma is part of the 2014 World’s Loudest Month. The World’s Loudest Month features the biggest names in rock music performing in six distinct concert atmospheres across the country on five consecutive weekends. Visit www.WorldsLoudestMonth.com for more details and to download the World’s Loudest Month app.
Established in 2007 as a classic rock destination festival with the motto “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Rock,” Rocklahoma was revamped in 2010 as organizers teamed with AEG Live to create an event encompassing a much broader mix of classic, current and up-and-coming rock artists. In 2012, a national television audience was able to experience many Rocklahoma band performances in HD when AXS TV aired live coverage of the festival. 2013 saw record crowds when more than 50,000 fans turned out for Rocklahoma. The festival remains committed to its community, and to date, the festival has raised more than $150,000 for local tornado relief efforts.
Rocklahoma is sponsored by Bud Light, U.S. Cellular, Jägermeister, Hard Rock Casino, Route 66 RVs and Jack Daniel’s.
For more information, go to www.rocklahoma.com.
We may now have an answer to the age-old question: How much beer can Kid Rock fans consume in a week’s time?
A Palace Sports and Entertainment representative said at least 30,000 beers were purchased at each of the rocker’s eight August shows at DTE Energy Music Theatre in Independence Township.
With a capacity of just over 15,000 at the venue, that’s roughly two beers per fan, per show, making for a total in the range of 250,000 beers sold over the eight-night stand.
For a typical DTE show, the PS&E sells roughly 16,000 beers, the representative said.
Some beer selections at the show were available for just $4 as part of reduced-price offering from the Romeo native, who offered $20 tickets for the series of shows dubbed “Best Night Ever.”
Beer sold ranged from 12-ounce bottles to 24-ounce drafts, according to a spokesperson. About 22,000 sold were of the 24-ounce size, both bottled and draft.
Kid Rock, a Clarkston-area resident whose real name is Robert Ritchie, drew wide praise for the discounted tour and shunning of a larger payday.
Source Paul Kampe
A video from Nighttrain where Axl, as he done many times, almost quit while performing with Kid Rock, anyway good song…
Guns N’ Roses, Avenged Sevenfold and Kid Rock are just some of the main attractions at May’s Rock on the Range Festival, which takes place in Columbus, OH.
The full bill includes: Guns N’ Roses, Avenged Sevenfold, Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Slayer, Staind, Motorhead, Seether, Chevelle, Alter Bridge, Mastodon, Black Label Society, Killswitch Engage, Bring Me The Horizon, Theory of a Deadman, Down, Black Stone Cherry, Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience, Pop Evil, Of Mice & Men, Adelitas Way, Trivium, Gojira, Suicidal Tendencies, The Pretty Reckless, We Came as Romans, Fuel, Redlight King, Miss May I, Reignwolf, Thousand Foot Krutch, Texas Hippie Coalition, Rev Theory, Skindred, Kyng, Fozzy, Heaven’s Basement, Butcher Babies, Nothing More, Exodus, King 810, Devour the Day, We As Human, We Are Harlot, Kvelertak, Jim Breuer Band, One OK Rock, Twelve Foot Ninja, Avatar, WERM, Monster Truck, Wilson, Crobot and Truckfighters with comedians Jim Breuer, Jim Florentine and more.
Kerry King of Slayer said, “Super excited to be a part of Rock On The Range this year!! I think it’s awesome to have an edgy band like Slayer on board for this round. Can’t wait to hit the stage!!!”
“Sure it’s important to do this festival for the bands, but mostly we do it for the incredibly loyal rock fans…They truly are the lifeblood of Rock on the Range, and it’s really all about the value proposition to them,” commented Joe Litvag, Co-Executive Producer of ROTR for AEG Live. “So now we come with GnR, Avenged Sevenfold, Kid Rock and more than 60 other amazing bands starting at $99 to deliver on our commitment of ‘value’ to rock fans everywhere…It’s going to be an unforgettable weekend!”
“When ROTR sold out last year we knew the bar had to be raised. With these headliners along with Five Finger Death Punch, Slayer, Motorhead, Staind, Seether and so many more, there is no doubt now that Rock On The Range has become THE #1 rock festival.” said Gary Spivack, Co-Executive Producer of ROTR. “And since year one, Monster Energy has been a partner at the festival and we are excited to announce their expanding support; their dedication to the genre as well as breaking new artists is second to none.”
“Rock on the Range has emerged as a powerhouse event for our organization, the City of Columbus and rock fans from around the country,” said Columbus Crew President Mark McCullers. “We have invested in some significant facility improvements that will add to the Ranger experience and this year’s event will be another blockbuster show.”