ROCKLAHOMA 2014 LINE-UP ANNOUNCED INCLUDING KID ROCK, TWISTED SISTER, MOTORHEAD, BLS, KIX & OTHERS; TICKETS GO ONSALE FEBRUARY 14TH

rocklahoma640 Rocklahoma–America’s biggest Memorial Day Weekend party–will rock the Midwest with an all-star lineup featuring Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Staind, Twisted Sister, Deftones, Motörhead, and many more from May 23rd-25th at “Catch the Fever” Festival Grounds in Pryor, OK. The three-day campingfestival, featuring the top current active rock artists and classic bands, is presented by Bud Light.

The current band lineup for the 8th Rocklahoma is as follows: Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Staind, Twisted Sister, Deftones, Seether, Motörhead, 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. “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 explains, “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, “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 go on sale Friday, February 14th at 10am CST at www.rocklahoma.com. Special pre-sale prices are available for Weekend General Admission and Weekend 4-Pack General Admission tickets. To get a code for access to the special Rocklahoma Internet pre-sale, “like” Rocklahoma on Facebook or visit www.rocklahoma.com and sign up to receive the Rocklahoma newsletter. The pre-sale will take place on Wednesday, February 12 and Thursday, February 13. Concertgoers will save by buying early, as general admission prices will increase at the public on-sale on February 14th.

One of the most unique parts of the Rocklahoma experience is the campgrounds. With an endless party running non-stop for four days, it’s an experience not to be missed! Campingtickets may be purchased at www.rocklahoma.com by calling the Rocklahoma Camping Office at (866) 310-2288 or emailing info@feverfest.com. Campgrounds open on Sunday, May 18th and will remain open through Tuesday, May 27th.

Rocklahoma is located just 45 minutes northeast of Tulsa, in Pryor, OK. 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 excited to be a 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 over 50,000 fans turned out for Rocklahoma. The festival remains committed to its community, and to date, the festival has raised over $150,000 for local tornado relief efforts.

Rocklahoma is proud to be sponsored by Bud Light, U.S. Cellular, Jägermeister, Hard Rock Casino, Route 66 RVs and Jack Daniel’s.

Comments

  1. Awesome lineup for sure, but I don’t personally care for the huge multi-day multi-stage outdoor festivals. I really enjoyed watching the 2012 show on TV (with Eddie hosting – woot!) and wouldn’t hesitate to spend $20 to watch it pay-per-view if it were offered. Hoping something like that happens!

  2. Wonder why Cinderella or Ratt are not on the bill. Shoulda brought in the ’78 Kiss line-up and negated 23 of these “who are they” bands.

  3. Is it me, or is that kind of a weak lineup for Rocklahoma? The headliners are terrible for a festival that big.

  4. The Chimpz. I’d see them. Wade through 15 bands to see Kid Rock at 90 degrees and $5 bottles of 34 cent Walmart water. Pass.

  5. cool to see Killer Dwarfs on the bill. Always liked that band. BLS and Kix should be great as well.

  6. Five bucks says Motorhead cancels.

  7. Kid Rock LOL.

  8. Lemmy always hates hot weather. Kix….geez I saw them when Cinderella ruled. I bet their hair ain’t Kix extensions anymore. Chimpz rule.

  9. This is “Rock On the Range” light. Weak overall. Tough decision financially, but the corporate influence has turned this into a mediocre draw. Most of these bands have been in Okahoma in the last year or so-I would like to see Heaven’s Basement and the Truckfighters though!

  10. Let me get this straight, we’ve got Hellyeah and Down at the same festival? What are the odds that Phil and Vinnie cross paths? And what’s gonna happen if they do?

    On a side note, with Staind getting active again, does that mean that Newsted goes on hiatus as Mike Mushok is busy back with his primary band?

    Well, Mr. Trunk – what say you?

  11. Why not downtown Dallas? Cream one-off and the Fudge, Jimmy Page-Bonham Band one-off, get something good…don’t get me wrong I love the sistah, them too.

  12. Texas Hippie Coalition kicks some ass…..saw them live in a small club on a whim in NY…..Singer can wail!!! Good ole Texas Heavy Metal!!! Black Label Society…AWESOME!!! Killswitch Engage…Great!!! Motorhead ……cool……Skid Row…Love Dave and Scotti but the rest of the current lineup….talented but blah!!! Here is a topic….BRING BACK SKID ROW original lineup already!!! All members alive and music KICKS ASS!!! Get em all together then you got a SHOW!!! Who’s with me??? Eddie get these guys together already…..this is your mission!!!

  13. Twisted Sister has headlined the biggest festivals in the world these past few years…and I feel bad for any band coming on after them! Twisted Sister is gonna blow the lid off the place!

  14. What day will KID ROCK be there??????????

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