Megadeth and P.O.D. highlight the three days of music lined up for the 10th Annual Rock on the Range Festival. The acclaimed festival will run over the May 20-22 weekend at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, OH. The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Disturbed, Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch and A Day to Remember will headline the event. Bring Me the Horizon will also headline alongside Megadeth and At the Drive-In.

The event will also feature a rock comedy tent, art installations and “unique onside activities,” according to producers Danny Wimmer Presents and AEG Live. Other notable acts include We Came as Romans, Lacey Sturm, Code Orange, Miss May I, Parkway Drive and more. You can view the full list of performers over at their website.

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