The day-by-day line-up for the massive sixth annual Rock on the Range festival has been revealed. Incubus, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch, and Slash lead the Saturday bill and Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Megadeth, and Anthrax close out Sunday (the full schedule for this potent lineup covering the rock spectrum is below). This year, ROTR will be hosted by hard rock aficionado Jose Mangin of Sirius XM and “Headbangers Ball.” Hard rock music fans will also now have the chance to purchase single-day tickets and ROTR's first-ever 4-Pack Special when these tickets go on sale Friday, March 16 for America’s premier destination rock festival, held May 18-20 at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, OH.
Single-day tickets are $59.50, plus service fees. In addition, this year ROTR will be offering the first-ever “4-Pack Special” (which includes a lower service charge with every 4 tickets) for $199, plus service fees. These tickets go on sale Friday, March 16 at 10:00 AM (ET) at the festival’s website, Ticketmaster and the Crew Stadium Box Office. All tickets include free entry to the second annual Friday Night 4Play pre-show party.
The day-by-day breakdown is as follows:
FRIDAY NIGHT 4PLAY: Hairball; Foxy Shazam; Black Tide; Hells Bells...tribute to AC/DC.
SATURDAY, MAY 19: Incubus; Shinedown; Five Finger Death Punch; Slash; Cypress Hill; Chevelle; Theory of a Deadman; Halestorm; P.O.D.; Adelitas Way; Cavo; Bobaflex; Falling In Reverse; In This Moment; New Medicine; Kyng; Otherwise; Rival Sons; Emphatic; (Fox TV winner TBA).
SUNDAY, MAY 20: Rob Zombie; Marilyn Manson; Megadeth; Anthrax; Mastodon; Volbeat; The Darkness; Down; Escape The Fate; Lacuna Coil; Black Stone Cherry; Attack Attack!; Trivium; Redlight King; James Durbin; Aranda; 12 Stones; SOiL; Eve To Adam; Ghosts Of August.
Presented by Right Arm Entertainment, AEG LIVE andCrew Stadium, ROCK ON THE RANGE is a multi-stage music and lifestyle event featuring a potent line-up of bands on three stages. The nationally renowned festival centrally located in the heart of the country has annually drawn weekend crowds in excess of 70,000 since its inception in 2007.