2017 Rock On The Range Festival Lineup Announced

Courtesy: Danny Wimmer Presents/AEG Live

Courtesy: Danny Wimmer Presents/AEG Live

The lineup for the 2017 Rock on the Range Festival has been announced, and once again it has proven to be quite the collection of acts.

The three-day festival will be headlined by Metallica, Soundgarden and Korn.  It will feature more than 50 bands over the course of that time along with some of the country’s top comics at the festival’s Rock on the Range Rolling Rock Comedy Tent.

The lineup for the 2017 Rock on the Range Festival includes: Metallica, Soundgarden, Korn, The Offspring, Volbeat, Primus, Bush, Chevelle, Papa Roach, Seether, Coheed & Cambria, Alter Bridge, The Pretty Reckless, Taking Back Sunday, Thrice, Amon Amarth, Pierce The Veil, Sum 41, Skillet, Dillinger Escape Plan, In Flames, Gojira, Biffy Clyro, Motionless In White, Nothing More, Beartooth, Starset, Every Time I Die, The Story So Far, Deafheaven, Zakk Sabbath, Rival Sons, The Amity Affliction, Attila, Norma Jean, Suicide Silence, Whitechapel, I Prevail, Turnstile, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Red Fang, Dorothy, Kyng, Radkey, As Lions, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Sylar, Fire From The Gods, Badflower, Wage War, Goodbye June, Cover Your Tracks, DED, Bleeker, Royal Republic, Mother Feather, Aeges and One Less Reason.

Rock on the Range—fueled by Monster Energy—is billed as America’s largest and most acclaimed rock festival.  The festival will also feature in 2017 “The Music Experience,” art installations, and unique on-site activities over the course of the festival’s three days.

Tickets for the 2016 festival sold out more than two months in advance of the festival.  It marked the fourth consecutive year the festival has sold out in advance.

Weekend Field, new Weekend Field VIP, Weekend Stadium and a limited number of Weekend Stadium 4-packs are available now for purchase.  A layaway option is also available for concert-goers.  That option allows audiences to split the cost of their ticket/ticket packages into four separate monthly payments.

Fans can get a pre-sale password for Weekend Field VIP, Weekend Field GA, Weekend Stadium GA and Weekend Stadium GA 4-packs on the official Rock on the Range website, Facebook page and Twitter page.  The ticket prices are listed below.


  • Weekend Field VIP: starting at $349.50* + fees
  • Weekend Field GA: starting at $199.50* + fees
  • Weekend Stadium GA: starting at $99.50* + fees
  • Weekend Stadium GA Ticket 4-Pack: $380.00 + fees
  • * Phase One prices listed
  • *** Ticket prices automatically move to the next price level once the allotment sells out ***

General on-sale for tickets is Friday, Dec. 2 at 10 a.m. EST.  Tickets will be available online at the festival’s website, at Ticketmaster locations and the MAPFRE Stadium box office.

Audiences who want an even more special concert experience can purchase the new Uber Ranger Camping Package.  The package includes amenities for four people such as luxury RV on a double campsite at the Ohio Expo North Campground (May 18 – 21), a dedicated concierge with golf cart shuttle, 4 Weekend VIP Field Admission Tickets, a backstage tour, access to the stadium club (with catered lunch and dinner), access to the Side Stage Viewing Platform, access to the VIP Lounge and more.  More information on the new Uber Ranger Camping Package is available here.

Rock on The Range celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2016.  More than 120,000 people attended the festival from around the world.  As part of its 10th anniversary celebration, Columbus, OH mayor Andrew J. Ginther and the Columbus, OH city council presented festival organizers with awards of recognition.  A resolution was also announced from the Franklin County Board of Commissioners acknowledging the festival’s economic impact on the city.

The commissioners pointed out in their resolution pointed out the festival brought in more than $140 million for the city over the course of its ten years in the city.

Rock on the Range is produced by Danny Wimmer Presents, AEG Live and MAPFRE Stadium.  It is supported by Monster Energy, Bud Light and Zippo.  They and other partners will feature interactive experiences, meet & greets, and other special fan engagement opportunities throughout the festival.

More information on the 2017 Rock on the Range Festival is available online now at:




Website: http://www.RockontheRange.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rockontherange

Twitter: http://twitter.com/rockontherange




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Pierce The Veil Set To “Destroy” America This Summer And Fall

Courtesy: Fearless Records/Journeys/Herfitz PR

Courtesy: Fearless Records/Journeys/Herfitz PR

Pierce The veil is hitting the road.

The San Diego, California-based rock band announced this week that it will embark on the “Made To Destroy North American Tour” this summer beginning Saturday, September 3rd in San Francisco, California.  The roughly seven-week tour runs through Sunday, October 16th and winds down in Los Angeles, California.  Along with its performances in California, the tour also includes stops in Kansas, Louisiana, New York, North Carolina, and many other states.  The tour is in support of the band’s latest album Misadventures.  The eleven-song album was released May 13th, 2016 via Fearless Records.  Neck Deep and I Prevail will share time on stage as support for the tour.  Pre-sales and VIP packages are available for purchase now online here.  The complete schedule for the “Made To Destroy North American Tour” is noted below.



3    The Warfield, San Francisco, CA*

4    Roseland Theatre, Portland, OR*

6    Showbox Sodo, Seattle, WA*

7    Revolution Concert House, Boise, ID*

9    In The Venue, Salt Lake City, UT*

10   High Elevation Festival, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater, Denver, CO**

12   The Cotillion, Wichita, KS*

13   Myth Live, Minneapolis, MN*

14   7 Flags Event Center, Des Moines, IA*

16   Riot Fest, Chicago, IL**

17   Rochester Main Street Armory, Rochester, NY*

18   Rock Allegiance Festival, PPL Park, Chester, PA**

20   Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH*

21   The Pageant, St. Louis, MO*

23   House of Blues, New Orleans, LA*

24   Texas Mutiny, Texas Motor Speedway, Dallas, TX**

25   Houston Open Air Festival, NRG Park, Houston, TX**

27   Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland, Kansas City, KS*

28   War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, TN*

30   Chill on the Hill Festival, Detroit, MI**


1    Louder Than Life Festival, Champions Park, Louisville, KY**

2    Sonic Boom Festival, Madison, WI**

4    Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY*

5    The Fillmore Charlotte, Charlotte, NC*

7    The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA*

8    House of Blues, Orlando, FL*

9    Jannus Live, Tampa, FL*

11    Alamo City Music Hall, San Antonio, TX*

12    Lonestar Pavilion, Lubbock, TX*

14    Marquee Theatre, Phoenix, AZ*

15    Rainbow Room, Fresno, CA*

16    Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA*

* – headline dates

** – major music festivals


More information on the “Made To Destroy North American Tour” is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:




Website: http://piercetheveil.net

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PierceTheVeil

Twitter: http://twitter.com/piercetheveil




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