The 2017 Rock On The Range festival has been announced, and surely fans could not be more excited!
This is the 11th annual ROTR festival, and it has a star studded lineup every year -this coming year is no exception. The 2017 festival will be headlined by Metallica, Soundgarden, Korn, and Chevelle. It will also have support from many other great bands like Papa Roach, Seether, Pierce The Veil, Bush, Skillet, Sum 41, Coheed And Cambria, and many, many more!
Take a look at the lineup below!
Pre-sale and Layaway tickets for this holiday season are available right now on the official ROTR website! Head on over there right now to get your tickets.
Now we're wondering, what does this mean for the other festivals that happen every year? The festivals always seem to connect to one another, and we're anxiously awaiting the announcements for Fort Rock and Welcome To Rockville. Those lineups are coming in just one week, but we're making our guesses right now over in the Creator's blog. If you're curious about our guesses, or have some of your own, head on over!
Festival season is just around the corner, so get excited!
Its that time of the year ago! When bands are going on short tours to conclude the year, and big festivals are setting their dates for the coming year.
Hi by the way, long time no talk. Life's been crazy but Fort Rock 2017 made me want to speak up to the internet once again. Fort Rock, Welcome To Rockville, and Rock On The Range all announced their 2017 dates, and I'm sure other festivals such as Louder Than Life, Rocklahoma, and more will be following suit soon but as far as I have seen, they have yet to post their dates.
Fort Rock and Welcome To Rockville are the kick offs once again this year, by sharing the same dates. Both will be happening on April 29 and April 30, just like last year. It is the fourth annual Fort Rock festival, and the fifteenth Welcome To Rockville! As for Rock On The Range, it will be happening on May 19, 20 and 21 and it is the 11th festival!
Lineups have yet to be announced but they will be coming for Fort Rock and Welcome To Rockville on December 5, and Rock On The Range doesn't have an announcement date yet but surely its coming soon.
I'm already wondering, surely with a ton of other people, who's going to be playing this year at all the festivals. Chances are all the festivals will have similar lineups so people all over the country can enjoy the same show. Then you don't experience too much festival envy.
Given the way the lineup went last year for Fort Rock, and the fact that I guessed a chunk of the bands performing correctly, I think I will try to make up another list. Give me a bit to think about it and I will get back to you.
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