With a line-up that already features some of the top rock acts, EPICENTER–Southern California’s Rock Festival–has expanded the bill with the additions of Everlast (in his first show of 2011 and only Southern California appearance this year) and Crossfade.  Set for Saturday, September 24 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, CA, the day-long rock festival will feature headliners Limp Bizkit in their first Southern California show in over a decade and their first American live performance of 2011.

EPICENTER will feature 12 hours of rock music with performances from over a dozen bands on two stages, including: Limp Bizkit, Staind, Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach, Buckcherry, Skillet, Puddle Of Mudd, P.O.D., Everlast, Asking Alexandria, Redlight King, Middle Class Rut, Crossfade and Drive A.

Beyond the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater’s main stage, the Monster Energy side stage will be positioned inside the venue’s expanded village.  In addition, EPICENTER will once again feature a variety of art including rock art, and interactive art pieces throughout the Epicenter vendor village.

EPICENTER ticket prices start as low as $20.00. Tickets are on sale at all Ticketmaster outlets and www.LiveNation.com. Go to www.EpicenterFestival.com and www.Facebook.com/epicenterfestival for the most up-to-date show information.

EPICENTER is presented by Right Arm Entertainment (creators of Columbus, Ohio’s annual Rock On The Range, which this year celebrated its fifth anniversary, and Carolina Rebellion in Charlotte, NC), Live Nation and Monster Energy.  Additional sponsors include Gibson Guitar and Ubisoft.

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