ROCKLAHOMA 2104 DAILY BAND LINEUP ANNOUNCED

rocklahoma640 The daily band lineup is now available for Rocklahoma, America’s biggest Memorial Day Weekend party.

Rocklahoma will rock the Midwest with an all-star lineup featuring Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Staind, Twisted Sister, Deftones and many more from May 23rd-25th at “Catch the Fever” Festival Grounds in Pryor, OK. The three-day camping festival features the top current active rock artists and classic bands and is presented by Bud Light.

The daily band lineup for Rocklahoma 2014 is as follows:

Friday, May 23rd:

Five Finger Death Punch, Deftones, Seether, Killswitch Engage, Hellyeah, Skid Row, Black Stone Cherry, The Pretty Reckless, Thousand Foot Krutch, Lacuna Coil, Nothing More, Truckfighters, Wicked, Killer Dwarfs, London’s Dungeon, Ruff Justice, Loveblast, Firstryke, Nasty Habit, Dellacoma, Chaotic Resemblance, Scattered Hamlet, Jet West, The Chimpz, Sleepwalking Home, Framing the Red, Bad Remedy, Snakefist, NICNOS, Enslaved by Fear

Saturday, May 24th:

Staind, Twisted Sister, Jackyl, Filter, Kix, Pop Evil, Adelitas Way, Trivium, Texas Hippie Coalition, Devour the Day, We As Human, Gemini Syndrome, Kill Devil Hill, Ratchet Dolls, Wicked, Black Tora, Bai Bang, ASKA, Hellion, Killer Dwarfs, Ragdoll, Siren, Hip Kitty, Well Hung Heart, Mine Enemies Fall, Vilifi, A Course of Action, The Grizzly Band, The Joint Effect, David Castro Band

Sunday, May 25th:

Kid Rock, Theory of a Deadman, Extreme, Black Label Society, Tom Keifer, Down, Redlight King, Kyng, Butcher Babies, Heaven’s Basement, Eve to Adam, Twelve Foot Ninja, Scorpion Child, Sleepy Hollow, Tempt, Station, Mystery, Lynam, Mandy Lion, Mach22, Down N Dirty, Dirtee Circus, Echofuzz, Shotgun Rebels, Able the Allies, The Bourgeois, Switchbach, Paper Tigers, The Grown Ups

Thursday, May 22nd (Campground Party):

James Douglas Show, DRYVR, Oldman, Motortrain, Blackwater Rebellion, Dirty Crush, Triple Se7en, Severmind, Fight the Fade, Benny’s Little Weasel

Rocklahoma Weekend General Admission Tickets are on sale now, with a limited number of VIP Packages still available. In addition, beginning April 22 at Noon Central Time, a limited number of single day tickets will be available for $74 plus fees. For all ticket details, please visit www.rocklahoma.com. Single day tickets will be available at participating O’Reilly Auto Parts stores with no service fees.

Fans can save by buying tickets early, before weekend ticket prices increase on April 22nd at Noon Central Time. The April 22nd ticket price increase details are as follows:

Weekend GA – From $129 + fees to $159 + fees
Weekend GA 4-Pack – From $399 + fees to $499 + fees

In other news, applicants can still enter the Miss Rocklahoma competition through April 18th. Register at www.rocklahoma.com for a chance to be crowned Miss Rocklahoma 2014. Ten finalists will be announced in late April at www.rocklahoma.com, and fan voting will help determine who will be crowned this year’s Miss Rocklahoma live onstage at Rocklahoma 2014.

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. Camping tickets 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 noon on Tuesday, May 27th.

Comments

  1. The Chimpz will be mad bananas.

  2. Killer Dwarfs rule!!! go see them!

    • Saw the Dwarf’s open for Maiden on the Seventh Son tour. Weird combo, but the Dwarf’s nailed it that night. Still remember that gig.

  3. alot of “new” metal.

    I would like to see a fest or package tour of “true hard rock /metal acts” from the 70’s and 80’s.

  4. Kid Rock plays on any bill nowadays, much like Snoop Dogg, might be a tax thing like Snoop. More roadies and riggers than the audience is my guess.

  5. what the hell is going on here? kid rock? snoop? what is a snoop? aren’t they cRAPPERS? is it rocklahoma or raplahoma? and I agree 100% with will, what’s with all these newer bands? man even rocklahoma has changed so much now, and not for the better! it used to be mainly all about bands from the 70’s & 80’s, now you got crappers and all this new shit, this festival used to be for us, most of us don’t want to see ANY rapper or “new” band, yeah i’m gonna skip this year’s rocklahoma, the worst lineup I’ve ever seen!

  6. Taskerofpuppets says:

    Seems kinda lack luster but, some great bands in there and a decent mix of Rock.

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