PRYOR — Recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Guns N' Roses, two-time Grammy winners Korn and eight-time Grammy-nominated band Alice In Chains, which features Atoka resident Jerry Cantrell, will headline the seventh annual Rocklahoma festival May 24-26.
The three-day camping and musical festival features active rock artists and classic bands at the Catch the Fever Festival Grounds in Pryor.
The initial list of performers for the massive Memorial Day weekend party also includes Bush, Cheap Trick, Bullet For My Valentine, Papa Roach, Skillet, Hollywood Undead, Steel Panther, Asking Alexandria, Ratt, Halestorm, Device (with David Draiman), All That Remains, Escape the Fate, Dokken, Clutch, Motionless In White, Big Wreck, The Sword, Young Guns, Thousand Foot Krutch, Otherwise, Red Line Chemistry, Mindset Evolution, Heaven's Basement, We As Humans, American Fangs and O'Brother.
In addition, the Retrospect Records Stage will feature performances from The Last Vegas, London, Wildstreet, Mad Max, Bai Bang, Lynam, De La Cruz, The Glitter Boys, Black Tora, Sunset Riot, Firstryke, Ragdoll, Hessler, Switchblade Scarlett, Nasty Habit, Sister's Doll, London's Dungeon, Rhyme, Emerald City, Wicked, Down n Dirty, Station, Ruff Justice, Mystery and Fist of Rage.
The lineup for the AXiS Campground Tent will be announced in upcoming weeks.
“Bush is thrilled to be playing Rocklahoma with such great bands,” Bush's Gavin Rossdale said in a news release. “We look forward to seeing you all out there.”
General admission and VIP packages for Rocklahoma go on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 22 at www.rocklahoma.com. To get access to the Rocklahoma Internet pre-sale, which will take place from 10 a.m. Wednesday to 10 p.m. Feb. 21, fans can go to www.rocklahoma.com and sign up to receive the Rocklahoma newsletter. Fans save by buying early, as ticket prices will increase in the coming weeks.
Camping tickets may be purchased by calling the Rocklahoma Camping Office at (866) 310-2288 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The campgrounds open on May 19 and will remain open though May 28.