Pantera will be one of the headliners of the 2023 edition of Rock Fest, set to take place July 13th-15th in Cadott, Wisconsin.

“Securing this act was a really big deal for us,” festival promoter Wade Asher said. “We really wanted this for our fans. I mean, their first U.S. tour in over two decades. Christmas is in July.”

Three-day tickets are on sale now to the largest rock music and camping event in the U.S. 3-Day General Admission is $129 and General Camping for the entire weekend on one of the festival’s 7,000 campsites is $130.

The following ticket options are already sold out: VIP, 3-Day Pit Passes, Reserved Lawn, Lure Lock Top Tier Lounge and Electric Camping.

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Longtime attendees and first-timers alike say Rock Fest is unlike any other live event or rock show, attributing the flow, organization and overall experience to the festival’s #FansFirst mantra. The Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport draws fans from across the country and non-campers can opt to stay in participating hotels with daily shuttle service. Fans can expect three days packed with the very best of active and classic rock, including a Wednesday night Bonus Bash prior to the festival (exclusive to three-day ticket holders).

The band will also be one of eight headliners at the Blue Ridge Rock Festival, set to take place September 7th-10th in Alton, Virginia.

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  • Rattlehead on

    I don’t understand this……Pantera, as a band, is no more. This is supposed to be a celebration of Pantera’s music and the legacy of the Abbott brothers that helped create it. Why are they branding themselves as Pantera?

  • Real Paul Stanley on

    Man I love Pantera and I love Zakk and Charlie. But this simply isn’t Pantera. And now Rex isn’t playing any more shows in 2022 due to Covid (allegedly). So last night not one but two bass players
    filled in for Rex. I realize that the show must go on but considering the sensitivity of this situation, I just want to scream come on man, really?!?!?!?!? Something is going on with Rex. You shouldn’t have to quarantine for an entire month for a “mild strain” of Covid. I believe these songs deserve to be played live and I couldn’t think of a better lineup to honor these songs than Philip, Rex, Zakk & Charlie. But again, especially considering how Vince felt about a “reunion” while he was still alive, it shouldn’t be called Pantera in my opinion. I’m also not sure why the guys in the band keep saying that Vince would have given his blessings when he didn’t while he was alive. Did his ghost meet with the guys? This is a straight up shit show! And at the end of the day it’s a cash grab for Philip and Rex plain and simple.

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