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Rock On The Range Daily Line Ups Announced

Festival organizers for this year's annual ROCK ON THE RANGE have revealed additional details for America's premier rock festival that's set for May 16, 17 and 18 at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, OH. This year marks the festival’s expansion to include three full days of music.

Beyond the day-by-day line-ups which include closing sets from Guns N’ Roses and Staind on Friday, Avenged Sevenfold and Slayer on Saturday, Kid Rock and Five Finger Death Punch on Sunday; single day tickets and a new Zippo Encore Fan Package For Two will be available starting Monday, March 31 at 12 Noon (ET).

The eighth annual ROCK ON THE RANGE will feature 60 of the world's hardest rocking bands including: Motorhead, Seether, Chevelle, Alter Bridge, Mastodon, Black Label Society, Killswitch Engage and many more (the full day-by-day line-up is below). This year's expanded festival offerings also includes the return of ROTR Comedy Tent, featuring Jim Breuer, Jim Florentine, Don Jamieson and many up-and-coming comedians.

This year's ROTR weekend will kick off with the debut of the Monster Energy Roast On The Range with Corey Taylor. Set for Thursday, May 15 at LC Pavilion in Columbus, OH, it will honor and lampoon Slipknot and Stone Sour vocalist Corey Taylor.

The day-by-day ROCK ON THE RANGE line-up is as follows:

Friday, May 16

Guns N’ Roses, Staind, Seether, Motörhead, Black Label Society, Killswitch Engage, Down, Black Stone Cherry, Redlight King, Skindred, We Came As Romans, Reignwolf, Thousand Foot Krutch, Kyng, Butcher Babies, Devour the Day, One OK Rock, Truckfighters, Werm, Kill Devil Hill, Michael Harrison, Chuck Zumock, Sumukh Torgalkar, and Keith Bender

Saturday, May 17

Avenged Sevenfold, Slayer, Chevelle, Theory of a Deadman, Suicidal Tendencies, Pop Evil, Fuel, Rev Theory, The Pretty Reckless, Nothing More, Texas Hippie Coalition, Exodus, Fozzy, King 810, We As Human, Avatar, You Me at Six, Crobot, Wilson, Joe Howard, Bill Crawford, Bill Squire, and Brian Kenny

Sunday, May 18

Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Alter Bridge, Mastodon, Wolfmother, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience, Of Mice & Men, Adelitas Way, Trivium, Gojira, Miss May I, We Are Harlot, Heavens Basement, Gemini Syndrome, Kvelertak, The Jim Breuer Band, Twelve Foot Ninja, Monster Truck, Sleepwave, Aaron Kleiber, Chris Coen, and Darrell Dawson.

The ZIPPO ENCORE FAN PACKAGE FOR TWO is the new ticketing option being offered for ROCK ON THE RANGE this year. Priced at $399, the package includes two Weekend GA Tickets, inclusive of all service charges and fees, meal vouchers (two per day), two official festival ZIPPO lighters and a one-year subscription to Revolver Magazine.

In addition, on March 31at noon, stadium GA tickets will increase in price from $99.50 to $119.50 and weekend stadium 4-Packs from $299.00 to $349.00 (while supplies last). Also on March 31, stadium GA single day tickets will be available for $69.50, per day. Additional details about the variety of ticketing can be found at

Visit the website, and for the most up-to-date information.

Presented by Danny Wimmer Presents, AEG Live and Crew Stadium, ROCK ON THE RANGE is a multi-stage music and lifestyle event featuring a potent lineup of bands on three stages and is proud to be sponsored by Monster Energy, Jagermeister, Ernie Ball, Matador Beef Jerky, F.Y.E., Jack Daniel’s and Crazy Dave’s Music Experience.

The nationally renowned festival, part of the World’s Loudest Month Festival Series, is centrally located in the heart of the country and has annually drawn huge weekend crowds since its inception in 2007, including a sold-out crowd of over 103,000 fans in 2013.

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    March 19, 2014

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