Blink-182’s ‘California’ summer tour hits South Florida

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2016 may be remembered as the year kids born and raised in the 1990s rejoiced. Pokémon was the number one game in the country, Ghostbusters invaded movie theaters once again, a Clinton threw their hat into the race for the presidency, and Blink-182 reached the top of the charts with a number one album. For naysayers who claim Blink-182 hasn’t been a thing for years, they were proved wrong when a sold out crowd invaded West Palm Beach’s Perfect Vodka Amphitheater for four hours.

On Friday (Aug. 5), Blink-182 brought some their immature quirkiness to South Florida alongside some of their friends. Opening the humid summer evening was the All-American Rejects who treated the incoming crowd with a set full of classics. The Oklahoma-founded band, who hasn’t released a new album since 2012’s Kids in the Street, performed a medley of their biggest hits. Songs included “It Ends Tonight,” “Move Along,” “Dirty Little Secret,” and the song that broke them into the mainstream, “Swing, Swing.” During the set, the band also performed a brand new song titled “DGAF.” As they were about to begin their last song, frontman Tyson Ritter randomly proclaimed how he felt like Sebastian from The Little Mermaid. From there, the singer began to impersonate the Jamaican-accented crustacean from the Disney film. As the impersonation came to an end, the band launched directly into their final song of the evening, “Gives You Hell.”

After a set change, Florida’s own A Day to Remember got the chance to show their home state audience what they had to offer. The group, who call Ocala home, began their hour-long set with “The Downfall of Us All” as a slew of beach balls were thrown into the energetic crowd. Their set consisted of a mix of songs from their past albums like “2nd Sucks,” “Right Back at it Again,” “All Signs Point to Lauderdale,” and more.

Frontman Jeremy McKinnon proved to be an entertaining frontman, interacting with the crowd as well as his fellow band mates throughout the set. During “It’s Complicated,” he followed his band mates around the stage with a GoPro camera, filming them while the footage displayed on the large, LED screens behind them. Before beginning on “Have Faith in Me” from 2009’s Homesick, he asked the women in the crowd to make their presence known. After a deafening cheer from the crowd, he dedicated the song to “all the ladies in the house.”

But that wasn’t all. Like a true frontman, McKinnon requested that all the people in the sold out lawn area make the biggest circle pit that they could for “Paranoia,” the group’s new song off of their impending album, Bad Vibrations. While the lawn circle pit may not have been the largest, it was big enough for those at the front of the stage to see in the dark venue.

As the set was coming to a close, McKinnon and his band mates contemplated playing a song of their own or playing a random cover. A unanimous decision was reached with the band playing part of Oasis’ “Champagne Supernova.” As the cover came to an end, the band broke the news to the crowd that the next song would be their final. They immediately began to play the song that helped them gain a slew of fans, 2007’s “The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle.”

While their set was a mix of mainly older material, it was a bit surprising that they decided not to include more songs from Bad Vibrations. The upcoming record, set to hit stores in September, already produced three singles: “Bullfight,” “Bad Vibrations,” and “Paranoia.”

Following ADTR’s exit from the stage, one last set change began. A little after 9 p.m., a sheer black sheet was erected on the stage, blocking the audience’s view of the stage. A short time later, the sheet dropped revealing not only the guys from Blink-182 (now including Matt Skiba), but also the word “FUCK” in flames. The set kicked off with “Feeling This” and continued by giving fans a mix of classics as well as some new tracks.

From the hour-and-a-half-long show, it was clear to see how Skiba fit in with the band. The proof came by the way he bantered with bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus, even trading instruments with him because Hoppus felt like it. As always, Travis Barker showcased his drumming skills, even treating the crowd to a solo while Hoppus and Skiba went backstage momentarily.

Since the band announced the departure of former member Tom DeLonge and that Skiba would replace him, debates have risen over whether Skiba was a doing a good job of filling the vacancy.  In short, it’s a complicated question. On newer tracks like “The Only Thing That Matters,” “Kings of the Weekend,” and current single “Bored to Death,” Skiba sounds like he was always a member of the band, not just someone who was added at the end of last year.

When it came to older tracks like “What’s My Age Again,” “First Date,” and “I Miss You” the same could not be said. During “I Miss You,” it was a little odd not hearing DeLonge’s nasally voice screeching out “…what’s with all the spiders/catching things and eating their insides.” Instead, Skiba’s vocals sounded too similar to Hoppus’ as he articulated every word correctly. While that is more of a personal opinion, it didn’t take away from the fun of the show.

Their set came to a close with a four-song encore that included “Los Angeles,” “All the Small Things,” “Brohemian Rhapsody,” and “Dammit.” As the last chords of “Dammit” played and confetti was blasted into the air, it signaled the end of the show that proved just because you need to grow up doesn’t exactly mean you need to mature; just ask the band still playing songs about “building a pool to see naked dudes” and prank calling your girlfriend’s mom.

Stream A Day to Remember’s new single

Over a month after announcing plans to release a brand new record, A Day to Remember is giving fans the chance to listen to another new track off of it. On Monday (July 25), the Florida-based band unleashed their third single from their impending release, “Bullfight.” The new track made its official debut during BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show. Listen to “Bullfight” below.

“Bullfight” will join previously released tracks “Bad Vibrations” and lead single “Paranoia” on Bad Vibrations. Originally announced with an August release date, A Day to Remember has updated fans with the news that their fifth studio record will now see a September release. Instead of being released on Aug. 19,  Bad Vibration will now hit stores on Sept. 2. The new album will be released through the band’s own record label, ADTR Records, but distributed in conjunction with Epitaph Records.

Bad Vibrations is the follow-up to the group’s 2012 release, Common Courtesy. Pre-orders for the new album are currently available on A Day to Remember’s website which can be found here. In support of the new album, ADTR will spend the rest of the summer on tour with Blink-182. Unlike fellow tour mates All Time Low and the All-American Rejects, ADTR will play at every single tour stops alongside Blink and DJ Spider. Tonight, the groups will take a quick break before hitting the stage tomorrow (July 26) at the The Don Haskins Center in El Paso. TX. The complete list of upcoming tour dates can be seen here.

A Day to Remember announce ‘Bad Vibrations,’ unleash new song

It’s been a couple of months since A Day to Remember unleashed a brand new song (“Paranoia”) to their unsuspecting fan base. At the time, the group had told fans not to read too much into the new song when speculation began that there would be a new record on the horizon (don’t mind the fact that there was a new song and a short tour in their immediate future). On Thursday (June 2), the Florida-based band sidetracked fans by announcing the release of their fifth studio album.

A Day to Remember’s new album will be titled Bad Vibrations and is set to be released on Aug. 19 through the band’s own record label, ADTR Records but distributed by Epitaph Records. In addition to the new album announcement, the group also released the music video for the first official single off of the impending record/title track. Watch the music video for “Bad Vibrations” below while the complete 11-track list can be seen below that, and yes, “Paranoia” is included on the new record.

BAD VIBRATIONS TRACK LISTING:

01. “Bad Vibrations”
02. “Paranoia”
03. “Naivety”
04. “Exposed”
05. “Bullfight”
06. “Reassemble”
07. “Justified”
08. “We Got This”
09. “Same About You”
10. “Turn Off The Radio”
11. “Forgive and Forget”

Bad Vibrations is the follow-up to the group’s 2012 release, Common Courtesy. Pre-orders for the new album are currently available on A Day to Remember’s website which can be found here. In support of the new album, ADTR will be hitting the road this summer. Back in May, it was confirmed that ADTR would be joining Blink-182 on their massive summer trek. Unlike fellow tour mates All Time Low and the All-American Rejects, ADTR will play at every single tour stops alongside Blink and DJ Spider. Those tour stops can currently be found here.

Blink-182 release new single, announce massive summer tour

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After what has felt like years of waiting for new Blink-182, the group’s new single has been unleashed. Earlier this week, the California-based band posted on social media that the lead single off of their highly anticipated new album would make its debut on KROQ’s The Kevin & Bean Show on Thursday. But similar to what happened to their last album, Neighborhoods, things were leaked a little bit ahead of schedule. On Wednesday (April 27), audio of the much-anticipated new single, which had been confirmed to be titled “Bored to Death,” was leaked onto the internet. Almost as quickly as it was posted on the inter-web (and YouTube), the track was taken down.

Figuring that most of their fan base had already heard the new song, the track made its official debut on radio stations across the country as well as the internet. Check out the official lyric video for the new song below.

In addition to the lyric video for “Bored to Death,” the band also confirmed that their new album will be titled California. The new record which will mark the band’s seventh studio album will feature a total of 16 new tracks including “Bored to Death.” California is set to be released on July 1 through BMG. The new album comes a year after the inner-band debacle of 2015 which resulted in Tom DeLonge’s exit and the addition of Alkaline Trio frontman Matt Skiba.

In addition to the new single, album title, and release date, the trio has also announced a massive summer tour. The summer tour is set to kick off on July 22 at Viejas Arena in San Diego, CA and will wrap up more than two months later on Oct.1 at The Forum in Los Angeles. The trek will feature a massive lineup with A Day to Remember, the All American Rejects, All Time Low, and DJ Spider heading out on tour with Blink. The All American Rejects will support Blink-182 during the first month of the tour while All Time Low will complete the rest of the tour in AAR’s spot. The complete list of tour dates ca be seen below.

Blink-182 summer 2016 tour dates

North Carolina’s Carolina Rebellion announces set times

With just a couple of weeks left until Monster Energy Carolina Rebellion is set to invade Concord, NC, festival organizers have unveiled the set times for the artists making their way up north. On Monday (April 25), Carolina Rebellion organizers unveiled the set times for the three-day music festival as well as for the campground pre-party. Previously , it was announced that performers including Disturbed, Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Shinedown, Deftones, A Day To Remember, 3 Doors Down, Alice Cooper, Bring Me the Horizon, Cypress Hill, Pennywise, Lamb Of God, and more would head to North Carolina in early May.

Like all the other rock-centric music festivals, organizers have done a good job of making sure that the bands performing on the Monster CAROLINA stage and Monster REBELLION stages (the main stages) do not overlap. The same cannot be said about the bands performing on the BLACK  and GOLD stages. The complete daily lineup for the 2016 incarnation of Carolina Rebellion can be seen below. Door for all days of the festivities will open at 11 a.m.

Friday, May 6:

Monster CAROLINA stage:

12:30 PM – Sick Puppies

2:00 PM – Black Stone Cherry

3:40 PM – Pop Evil

5:30 PM – Sixx:A.M.

8:15 PM – Lynard Skynard

Monster REBELLION stage:

11:30 AM – Aranda

1:00 PM – Lacey Strum

2:35 PM – Avatar

4:20 PM – HELLYEAH

6:15 PM – 3 Doors Down

9:30 PM – Scorpions

BLACK stage:

12:00 PM – The Glorious Sons

1:30 PM – Big Jesus

3:10 PM – Candlebox

5:00 PM – Filter

7:15 PM – Collective Soul

GOLD stage:

12:00 PM – Stitched Up Heart

1:30 PM – From Ashes to New

3:10 PM: New Year’s Day

5:00 PM – Escape the Fate

7:15 PM – Between the Buried & Me

Saturday, May 7:

Monster CAROLINA stage:

1:15 PM – Saint Asonia

2:45 PM – P.O.D.

4:25 PM – Anthrax

6:15 PM – Megadeth

8:45 PM – Five Finger Death Punch

Monster REBELLION stage:

12:15 PM – Red Sun Rising

1:45 PM – Trivium

3:20 PM – Sevendust

5:05 – Bullet For My Valentine

7:15 PM – A Day to Remember

9:45 PM – Shinedown

BLACK stage:

11:45 PM – Monster Truck

12:45 PM – Andrew Watt

2:15 PM – Audiotopsy

3:55 PM – Parkway Drive

5:45 PM – Ghost

8:00 PM – Lamb of God

GOLD stage:

11:45 AM – Cane Hill

12:45 PM – Wilson

2:15 PM – Texas Hippie Coalition

3:55 PM – The Sword

5:45 PM – Clutch

Sunday, May 8:

Monster CAROLINA stage:

1:40 PM – Thousand Foot Krutch

3:10 PM – Yelawolf

4:40 PM – Cypress Hill

6:30 PM – Deftones

8:45 PM – Rob Zombie

Monster REBELLION stage:

2:10 PM – Hands Like Houses

3:40 PM – The Struts

5:20 PM – Pennywise

7:15 PM – Bring Me the Horizon

9:45 PM – Disturbed

BLACK stage:

1:15 PM – The Shrine

2:40 PM – Royal Thunder

4:10 PM – Enter Shikari

6:00 PM – BABYMETAL

8:00 PM – Alice Cooper

GOLD stage:

12:35 PM – ’68

1:15 PM – Unlocking the Truth

2:40 PM – Code Orange

4:15 PM – August Burns Red

6:00 PM – Asking Alexandria

The “Mid-Atlantic’s biggest rock festival” is set to take place during the weekend of May 6-8 at the Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC. Currently, the festival is offering three-day weekend general admission tickets, two-day general admission tickets, single-day tickets, as well as three-day weekend ticket four-packs. As of now, tickets for Monster Energy Carolina Rebellion are at its lowest with ticket prices rising after Monday, May 2. Monster Energy Carolina Rebellion is just one of the many rock-centric music festivals taking place in May or as they call it, the “World’s Loudest Month.”

If remembering when your favorite band is performing is a little bit of a task for you, Carolina Rebellion has announced that there is an app to help you keep track of those set times. The app is currently available on both iTunes and Google Play.

Welcome to Rockville unveil daily set times

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With less than two weeks until the sixth annual Monster Energy Welcome to Rockville unleashes a slew of bands on Jacksonville, festival organizers have unveiled the complete lineup for the weekend-long event. On Thursday (April 14), organizers revealed when each of the previously announced artists will hit the stage during the two-day event.  The previously announced lineup will feature performances from rock icon/filmmaker Rob Zombie, Disturbed (who return after a four-year hiatus and a hit record), Jacksonville natives Shinedown, fellow Florida-based band A Day to Remember, Five Finger Death Punch, Bring Me the Horizon, Asking Alexandria, Bullet for My Valentine, Lamb of God, and many more.

The newly unveiled set times for Welcome to Rockville can be seen below.

WELCOME TO ROCKVILLE 2016 SET TIMES:

Saturday, April 30

Monster Energy Righty Stage
9:55 PM – Shinedown
6:55 PM – Bring Me The Horizon
5:25 PM – Pennywise
4:05 PM – Bullet For My Valentine
2:55 PM – Trivium
1:45 PM – Wilson
11:40 AM – Big Jesus

Monster Energy Lefty Stage
8:50 PM – Disturbed
6:10 PM – Sixx:A.M.
4:40 PM – Hellyeah
3:30 PM – Asking Alexandria
2:20 PM – Red Sun Rising
1:10 PM – Monster Truck

Metropolitan Stage
7:45 PM – 3 Doors Down
6:10 PM – Collective Soul
4:40 PM – Pop Evil
3:30 PM – Candlebox
2:20 PM – Filter
1:10 PM – Lacey Sturm

River Stage
5:25 PM – Escape The Fate
4:05 PM – Crown The Empire
2:55 PM – Enter Shikari
1:45 PM – Miss May I
12:35 PM – Cane Hill

Sunday, May 1

Monster Energy Righty Stage
8:55 PM – Rob Zombie
5:55 PM – A Day To Remember
4:25 PM – Cypress Hill
3:05 PM – P.O.D.
1:55 PM – Sick Puppies
12:45 PM – From Ashes To New

Monster Energy Lefty Stage
7:50 PM – ZZ Top
5:05 PM – Megadeth
3:40 PM – Sevendust
2:30 PM – Yelawolf
1:20 PM – Texas Hippie Coalition
12:10 PM – The Glorious Sons

Metropolitan Stage
6:45 PM – Five Finger Death Punch
5:05 PM – Lamb Of God
3:40 PM – Ghost
2:30 PM – We Came As Romans
1:20 PM – Memphis May Fire
12:10 PM – Avatar

River Stage
4:25 PM – Anthrax
3:05 PM – Clutch
1:55 PM – Parkway Drive
12:45 PM – Issues
11:35 AM – Beartooth

Welcome to Rockville will return to its home of Metropolitan Park in Jacksonville, Florida. Doors for the event will open at 11 am on both days. General admission and VIP tickets are still available on the festival’s website.

Welcome to Rockville kicks off the “World’s Loudest Month” festival series which includes sister festival Monster Energy Fort Rock as well as Rock on the Range, Monster Energy Carolina Rebellion, LOUDER THAN LIFE, Northern Invasion, Chicago Open Air, Monster Energy Rock Allegiance, and more.

Alternative Press Music Awards announce 2016 nominees

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After much waiting, the nominees for the “2016 Journeys Alternative Press Music Awards” have been unleashed. On Thursday (March 17), the music publication took to their Instagram page to release the names of the nominees for the third annual event. Instead of unveiling all the potential winners at once, the magazine decided to release the names in half-an-hour increments, much to the excitement, and frustration, of fans.

The complete list of categories and the nominees, can be seen below.

2016 ALTERNATIVE PRESS MUSIC AWARDS NOMINEES:

Best Vocalist:
Alex Gaskarth – All Time Low
Caleb Shomo – Beartooth
Patrick Stump – Fall Out Boy
Lzzy Hale – Halestorm
Kellin Quinn – Sleeping With Sirens
Corey Taylor – Slipknot

Best Guitarist:
Kevin Skaff – A Day To Remember
JB Brubaker – August Burns Red
Kellen McGregor – Memphis May Fire
Chad Gilbert – New Found Glory
Misha Mansoor – Periphery
Jack Fowler – Sleeping With Sirens

Best Bassist (Presented By Razor & Tie):
Ralph Sica – Being As An Ocean
Skyler Acord – Issues
Ryan Neff – Miss May I
Matthew Taylor – Motion City Soundtrack
Ahren Stringer – The Amity Affliction
Kelen Capener – The Story So Far

Best Drummer (Presented By DW Drums):
Christian Coma – Black Veil Brides
Loniel Robinson – letlive.
Jerod Boyd – Miss May I
Dani Washington – Neck Deep
Maxx Danziger – Set It Off
Aaron Gillespie – Underoath

Best International Band:
As It Is (United Kingdom)
Babymetal (Japan)
Marianas Trench (Canada)
One OK Rock (Japan)
Parkway Drive (Australia)
You Me At Six (United Kingdom)

Best Music Video (Presented By Journeys):
All Time Low – “Something’s Gotta Give’’
August Burns Red – “Identity’’
Panic! at The Disco – ‘‘Emperor’s New Clothes’’
State Champs – ‘‘If I’m Lucky’’
The Wonder Years – “Cardinals’’
Twenty One Pilots – ‘‘Stressed Out’’

Song Of The Year (Presented By Epitaph Records):
Falling in Reverse – “Just Like You”
Never Shout Never – “Hey! We Ok”
Of Mice & Men – “Would You Still Be There”
Panic! at The Disco – “Hallelujah”
Pierce the Veil – “The Divine Zero”
State Champs – “Secrets”

Best Live Band:
Slipknot
Issues
Neck Deep
Beartooth
Motionless in White
Attila

Philanthropic Band of the Year:
Jake Luhrs – Heartsupport
Andrew McMahon – Dear Jack Foundation
The Used – Living the Dream
You Me at Six – Passport to the Bars
The Ghost Inside – Fundraiser, PETA
The Wonder Years – Puppies Behind Bars, After School All-Stars, the Herren Project, Futures Without Violence
This Wildlife – National Breast Cancer Foundation

Most Dedicated Fan Base:
The Ghost Inside
New Years Day
Issues
PVRIS
The Maine
Mayday Parade

Breakthrough Band:
State Champs
Set It Off
Knuckle Puck
I Prevail
New Years Day
Neck Deep

Best Underground Band:
Moose Blood
Tiny Moving Parts
Creeper
Too Close to Touch
ROAM
Cane Hill

Album of the Year:
That’s the Spirit – Bring Me Horizon
Future Hearts – All Time Low
Blurryface – Twenty One Pilots
Copacetic – Knuckle Puck
American Candy – The Maine
Madness – Sleeping With  Sirens
Around the World and Back – State Champs
Found in Faraway Places – August Burns Red
The Pale Emperor – Marilyn Manson
Life’s Not Out to Get You – Neck Deep

“The 2016 Alternative Press Music Awards” will take place on July 18 at the Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center in Columbus, OH. Voting for the nominees will begin on today at 6 p.m. EST on the awards’ official page on Alternative Presswebsite.

In addition to the lengthy list of bands who will make the trek to Ohio in the summer, the publication also announced that early bird ticket are currently available. Tickets for the mid-July event are currently available here and the ticket prices can range from 62.99 to $92.99.

A Day to Remember release music video for “Paranoia”

A couple of days after releasing their surprise new song, “Paranoia,” A Day to Remember has returned with the official music video for the song. On Friday (March 11), the group debuted the music video for the one-off track. The clip begins with frontman Jeremy McKinnon laying on a chair in a shrink’s office. While he speaks (more like sings the song), a black shadow passes across the wall. He also can’t seem to lay still.

The footage soon shifts over to the band playing under a bridge and then running away from something. At the time we aren’t quite sure what they are running away from until we see the dark shadow once more pass by them. Note: if you keep a close eye out, you might see several Alternative Press magazines in the homeless man’s cart which feature the Florida-based band on the cover. Check out the music video for “Paranoia” below.

As of now, it looks like “Paranoia” might be a one-off song to keep fans satisfied for the time being. In an interview on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show earlier this week, McKinnon repeatedly told the DJ that there is no surprise new record on the horizon for the band. While it looks like a full album may not be in the near future, a full tour is. The five-piece will be heading out on tour this spring. The tour includes a handful of music festivals and a lot of headlining gigs. Check out the full list of tour dates here.

A Day to Remember debut “Paranoia”

“What is A Day to Remember up to?” has been a question that many fans of the Florida-based band have been asking over the past couple of weeks. After their funny video update during the weekend, which found the members doing random things to occupy their “free time” and addressing their long break, speculations began to surface. Now, it looks like we have an official answer to that answer. On Wednesday  (March 9), the group released a brand new song titled “Paranoia.”

The new track made its debut on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show on Apple Music. Before the track was officially unleashed to the public, ADTR frontman Jeremy McKinnon spoke to Lowe about their music-making process and whether we should be expecting more music soon. “I don’t know man. We’re just putting out this one song for fun. I mean, I think this is fun,” McKinnon told Lowe. “We’ve actually never just come out of nowhere and been like, ‘Here’s something new.'””Paranoia” can currently be streamed here.

“Paranoia” marks the group’s first new song since the release of 2013’s Common Courtesy. But while McKinnon  insistently told Lowe that there is no new album floating around, fans of the band don’t need to worry about their long break. Like it was revealed earlier this year, and reinforced in the update video, the band will be hitting the road this spring.

The upcoming trek will include a slew of music festivals including two in their home state of Florida; Ft. Myers’ Fort Rock and Jacksonville’s Welcome to Rockville. When they are not appearing at festivals, they will be keeping busy on their own tour with Parkway Drive and State Champs. Those upcoming tour dates can be seen below.

A DAY TO REMEMBER’S JUST SOME SHOWS SPRING TOUR:

04/30 – Fort Myers, FL @ Fort Rock Festival **
05/01 – Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome To Rockville Festival ***
05/03 – Charleston, SC @ Music Farm
05/04 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live!
05/06 – Memphis, TN @ Minglewood Hall
05/07 – Concord, NC @ Carolina Rebellion Festival ***
05/08 – Richmond, VA @ The National
05/10 – Providence, RI @ Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
05/12 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore *
05/13 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection *
05/14 – Somerset, WI @ Northern Invasion Festival ***
05/15 – Clive, IA @ 7 Flags Event Center
05/17 – Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater
05/18 – Peoria, IL @ Limelight Eventplex
05/20 – Columbus, OH @ Rock On The Range Festival ***
05/21 – Schaghticoke, NY @ Rock’n Derby Festival **

* no Parkway Drive
** A Day to Remember only (Festival)
*** A Day to Remember and Parkway Drive only (Festival)

Rock on the Range Unveil More Information About Tenth Anniversary

Rock on the Range will be celebrating its tenth anniversary this spring. Festival organizers previously confirmed that a slew of artists including the newly reunited At the Drive-In, Rob Zombie, A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lamb of God, Disturbed, and more would be making their way to the MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, OH in late May. Now, festival organizers have unveiled another huge band heading to the three-day music festival.

On Monday (Feb. 8), Rock on the Range organizers revealed that the Deftones have been added to their list. The California band recently revealed that their new album, Gore, would be released on April 8, a little over a month before they take the stage at Rock on the Range. “Rock On The Range has always been a show we enjoy playing, and to be a part of the tenth year is particularly exciting for us, especially with a new album in tow. See you all in May,” Deftones frontman Chino Moreno said.

In addition to the Deftones joining the lineup, it was also revealed that on Saturday (May 21), Rock on the Range will include a live version of VH1 Classic’s program, That Metal Show. The live show will feature interviews with various bands on the lineup, a “Stump The Trunk” segment, and That Metal Show commentary by hosts Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson, and Jim Florentine.

Tickets for the Ohio-based festival are currently available on the festival’s website, but it is recommended that those who are digging the lineup so far get their tickets as soon as possible. Beginning Monday, Feb. 22, the prices of all tickets will increase. Weekend general admission prices will increase to $229.50 (plus fees) while weekend stadium general admission tickets will go up to $159.50 (plus fees). For more information about Rock on the Range including the lineup, tickets, or the lineup for the ROTR Rolling Rock Comedy tent, head on over to the festival website.