Outrage Festival Tickets Selling Quickly as the February 16thFestival Approaches

Infamous Empire’s first ever festival Outrage Festival is pleased to announce that the festival, which will take place at The Oil Palace in Tyler, Texas, that tickets are selling quickly and are available athttp://www.oilpalace.com. Tickets are $45 for general admission and $80 for VIP.  The festival will be headlined by Flyleaf, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Hawthorne Heights, Cartel, Namesake, Broadway, That’s Outrageous, Apparitions, Damien Deadson while including notables Becoming The Archetype and The Paramedic among others. There will also be a pre-party the day before, February 15th, which will be hosted by Hunter Moore of Is Anyone Up. The finalized lineup is as follows:

LINEUP

Pre-party: February 15th
Hosted by Hunter Moore of Is Anyone Up?!
Ganja White Night
Sonic Stereo

Festival: February 16th
Flyleaf
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
Hawthorne Heights
Cartel
NameSake
Broadway
That’s Outrageous
Becoming The Archetype
Apparitions
Damien Deadson
From Atlantis
The Paramedic
Onward To Olympus
It Lies Within
The Overseer
Car Party
Dweller
Elysion Fields
Stand Your Ground
Ark of the Covenant
Jake Germany
Dark Horse Darling
Fighting Tigers
Barrier
Bow Prometheus
Artifacts
Sail the Sky
InDirections
Iori
Thirtyseven
Seeker
Akira
NeAtO fA nEaTo!
The Scarlet Letter
Sleep Now
Of An Empire
Flood Mercia
MySuicide
Aspire

LINKS
https://www.facebook.com/outragefestival
https://www.facebook.com/InfamousEmpire

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