Rocklahoma will make its highly anticipated return this year – taking place on September 3rd through September 5th at Pryor Creek Music Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma, just outside of Tulsa. Previously taking place over Memorial Day Weekend, Rocklahoma will celebrate America’s biggest Labor Day Weekend Party in 2021. Now in its 15th year, the three-day camping festival features some of today’s top rock artists, including Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Rob Zombie, Chevelle, Halestorm, Anthrax, Falling in Reverse, and many more.

The music lineup for Rocklahoma 2021 is as follows (subject to change):  Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Rob Zombie, Chevelle, Halestorm, Anthrax, Falling in Reverse, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals Perform A Vulgar Display Of Pantera, Sevendust, The Hu, Motionless In White, Pop Evil, Badflower, Grandson, Jelly Roll, Candlebox, Puddle Of Mudd, Stephen Pearcy The Voice Of Ratt, Andrew W.K., Knocked Loose, From Ashes To New, Tremonti, John 5 And The Creatures, Ayron Jones, All Good Things, Light The Torch, Zero 9:36, Bones UK, Butcher Babies, George Lynch & The Electric Freedom, Diamante, Austin Meade, Cory Marks, Jeris Johnson, BulletBoys, Liliac, Another Day Dawns, Dead Metal Society, Color Of Chaos, East Side Gamblers, Budderside, Paralandra, Fist Of Rage, Travis Bond & The Rebel Souls, Outlaw Devils, 90LB Wrench, Severmind, Love Sick Radio, Mind Of Fury, Jessikill, Straight Six, The Rumours, and Chaotic Resemblance.

Slipknot’s M. Shawn “Clown” Crahan says, “Cannot wait until we play Labor Day Weekend in Pryor, Oklahoma. Our first time at a festival is always very special. We all know that this will be one of those days. See you all soon.”

Passes go on sale at early bird pricing on June 11th at 10:00 AM CT at Rocklahoma.com, and will increase to phase 2 pricing on June 18th at 5:00 PM CT. Payment plan options are also available, allowing purchasers to split the cost into monthly payments. Fans are encouraged to buy early and save.

Limited quantities of Groupie, Roadie, and Rockstar VIP Packages are also available.

Current pass pricing is as follows, while supplies last:

Weekend Admission Passes:

Weekend GA: $144 plus fees

Weekend Military GA: $120 plus fees

Weekend GA 4-Pack: $516 plus fees

Weekend Reserved Admission (comes with food & soft drinks): $399 plus fees

VIP Packages:

Groupie Package: $700 per person for pit / $800 per person for reserved plus fees

Roadie Package: $1,125 per person plus fees

Rockstar Package $2,650 per pair for camping / $3,350 per pair for Hotel plus fees

Note: All Weekend tickets are for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

New for 2021, Rocklahoma will offer two new packages to get away from the crowds:

Big Shot Boxes: $3,400 plus fees

Private, shaded, elevated boxes located at the main stage for you and three friends north of the reserved seats. Couches, chairs, and beverage service plus access to the VIP Tent and Stage 2 VIP lounge.

The Garage package: $4,500 plus fees

Private, shaded 10×20 tent near the main stage for up to six people. Couches, chairs, and beverage service for you and your guests.

Please visit Please visit rocklahoma.com/passes.html for details. for details.

The campgrounds are a unique part of the Rocklahoma experience, and will be open from August 29th at Noon CT through September 7th at Noon CT. New in the campgrounds, Rocklahoma will offer two high end glamping packages. General Admission and VIP camping are available at checkout and are only available with weekend ticket purchases. Information on camping add-ons can be found at rocklahoma.com/camping.html.

Fans are invited to kick off the party early at The Roadhouse where local Oklahoma favorites, top tribute acts, and national legends will headline the D&B Concerts Stage each day. The Roadhouse will also feature food trucks, a full-service bar, and a great place to hang with your friends throughout Rocklahoma.

Festival doors open at 2:00 PM daily, and doors for The Roadhouse open at 11:00 AM daily.

Rocklahoma is located just 45 minutes northeast of Tulsa, in Pryor, OK. The Pryor Creek Music 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.

For more information on Rocklahoma, visit:

Website: Rocklahoma.com

Facebook: @Rocklahoma

Twitter: @Rocklahoma

Instagram: @Rocklahoma

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  • Doug R. on

    Oy, worst lineup I’ve ever seen! With a few exceptions – Rob Zombie, Puddle Of Mudd, Stephen Pearcy, Tremonti, John 5 & The Creatures, I would’ve included the Lynch Mob, but unfortunately because of and thanks to Cancel Culture, the “Woke” movement, and George ass-kissing Lynch himself, the Lynch Mob dosen’t exist anymore

    • Doug R. on

      Ugh, forgot to add (because I am so pissed off right now) I got rid of/threw out all of my Lynch Mob CD’s! Watch out Geddy Lee, Jake E. Lee, Tommy Lee, whether you guys realize it or not, you’re next! How dare you have the name of “Lee” (eye roll) ~ think I’m crazy? Why do you think you’ll never see “The Dukes Of Hazzard” on TV again? Because of the “General Lee!” So sick and disgusted of this f–king bullsh-t!

    • Doug R. on

      Electric Freedom MY ASS!!

    • Doug R. on

      I’m surprised Lee Jeans are still around, get em while you can! I’m sure they’re on the “list” as well, they’ll disappear and be gone forever before you know it.

    • RobT on

      Yes Doug, just to get off topic as “Dukes” was my favorite show back then, the Confederate battle flag was everywhere on that show, not just gracing the roof of the General Lee. It was just part of the New South movement back then & for the most part wasn’t seen as anything wrong. Dukes of Hazard always had a theme of family, helping neighbors & strangers and fighting the good fight in the shows. It wasn’t all just car chases and Catherine Bach. Back to subject, The Electric Freedom is a dumb, cliched name. “Some middle aged guys with guitars and drums trying not to offend anyone” sounds better and yeah John 5 & the Creatures are cool.

    • Rattlehead on

      Don’t forget the band named Slipknot. I’m sure they’ll be getting pressure soon to change their band name.

      At least Anthrax stayed strong and didn’t cave to pressure to change their name during the “anthrax scare” that occurred about 20 years ago.

    • Dana on


      I am surprised they have not come for the shade bands like: Whitesnake, White Lion, Black Sabbath, Black Label Society, Black Country Communion, Black N’ Blue, or the negative connotation that Skid Row gives to certain segments of the population.

      Also, I am shocked that China hasn’t come for Axl after naming an album Chinese Democracy, which unto itself an oxymoron.

      Unfortunately, we are living in times where one sided censorship has become the norm. Along with political correctness, and cancel culture, run amok, it’s really very scary.

    • Doug R. on

      RobT, I agree, to me the Confederate flag is just a symbol of Southern pride, nothing more, nothing less. I have several Lynyrd Skynyrd albums with the flag on either the cover or the back of the album, I wonder if it will now be airbrushed off of new pressings? Ridiculous. IMO, it represents Southern heritage, and that’s all, not the bullsh-t that the fake news media wants everybody to believe. I’m a huge “Dukes Of Hazzard” fan myself (I have every season on DVD) and I’m from Brooklyn! Your assessment was spot on, it’s just a great show all about fighting the good fight, there’s action, comedy, and camaraderie. My 2 favorite characters were/are Enos, and Flash! 😉

      Rattle, I also agree with everything you said, I’m really not a fan of Slipknot or Anthrax, but I respect the fact that they haven’t given in to the PC police, I mean after all, this is still America, right? – Home of the brave, land of the FREEDOM OF CHOICE…

    • Doug R. on

      Rob Zombie must’ve had a premonition 25 years ago to change his band name from White Zombie to just – Rob Zombie, maybe he had a crystal ball and saw all this bullsh-t coming way before anybody else? Who knows. On a lighter note, heard Rob will be directing “The Munsters” movie, it’s about time we get a Munsters movie, The Addams Family has already had 3 or 4! There’ll probably be protests over “The Munsters” movie as well, wouldn’t surprise me if it offends someone…

    • Rattlehead on

      Dana, good observations on those band names. I’d like to add the band name Great White to your list.

    • Dana on

      You are so correct, I forgot all about Great White, which absolutely implies white supremacy, and not a shark-LOL!

      Also, what about all the outrage over firearms? So, that would now include bands like Guns N’ Ross, L.A.Guns, 21 Guns..etc.

      How about AC/DC because that can be seen as a derogatory term for bisexuals?

      Where and when will it end?

    • Rattlehead on

      Yes, Dana. Lots of outrage over firearms, an inanimate item. Blaming firearms for shootings is equivalent to blaming forks for obese people.

    • Dana on


      That was an excellent analogy.

    • Doug R. on

      Years ago, AC⚡DC had to deal with “Anti-Christ/Devil’s Child,” or Devil’s Children, just like KISS had to deal with “Kids In Search of Satan,” now because of the wonderful “woke” movement their names take on a whole new meaning/definition, as does just about every other rock band name! Add The White Stripes, and The Black Crowes to the list…

    • Dana on

      Well, if we think about it, Tipper Gore, and the PMRC, was the 80s version of cancel culture. Except back then, there was far more outrage, and the kids rebelling against the censorship, that it failed as an entity.

      Dare I also say, some hypocritical musicians (cough, cough Dee Snider, cough, cough) who were very outspoken about this issues back then, are curiously, more or less silent about it now.

    • Rattlehead on

      Dana, listen to Megadeth’s song “Hook in Mouth” from their excellent “So Far, So Good, So What…” album. That song is a perfect complement to your comments….and, musically, it’s a kick ass song, too!

    • Dana on


      Funny, I have that album on vinyl in a box somewhere, and yes, that song sums up the topic at hand.

      My favorite line is, You say you’ve got the answers, well who asked you anyway?. That sentiment can be applied to far too many people in politics, entertainment, “education,” science, medicine, etc. Just perfect, kudos to Mustaine.

    • Doug R. on

      I agree, Snider is a hypocrite.

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