Performance times have been announced for the sixth annual ROCK ON THE RANGE— America’s premier destination rock festival–held May 18-20 at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, OH.

The daily schedule is as follows (performance times subject to change):

Friday, May 18
Friday Night 4Play
F.Y.E. Second Stage

7:00 PM           Hells Bells
7:45 PM           Black Tide
8:30 PM           Foxy Shazam
9:30 PM           Hairball

Saturday, May 19
Monster Main Stage

Noon                Adelitas Way
1:10 PM           Halestorm
2:20 PM           Theory of a Deadman
3:40 PM           Chevelle
5:00 PM           Slash
6:40 PM           Five Finger Death Punch
8:10 PM           Shinedown
9:45 PM           Incubus

F.Y.E. Second Stage
11:30 AM         Emphatic
12:35 PM         New Medicine
1:45 PM           Falling in Reverse
3:05 PM           Cavo
4:25 PM           P.O.D.
5:55 PM           Cypress Hill

Jägermeister Stage
11:30 AM         Fox Rocks Winner
12:35 PM         Otherwise
1:45 PM           Rival Sons
3:05 PM           Kyng
4:25 PM           In This Moment
5:55 PM           Bobaflex

Sunday, May 20
Monster Main Stage

12:05 PM         Black Stone Cherry
1:15 PM           Escape the Fate
2:30 PM           The Darkness
3:50 PM           Volbeat
5:10 PM           Mastodon
6:45 PM           Megadeth
8:15 PM           Marilyn Manson
9:45 PM           Rob Zombie

F.Y.E. Second Stage
11:30 AM         Aranda
12:40 PM         Redlight King
1:55 PM           Trivium
3:15 PM           Attack Attack!
4:35 PM           Down
6:00 PM           Anthrax

Jägermeister Stage
11:30 AM         Ghosts of August
12:40 PM         Eve to Adam
1:55 PM           SOiL
3:15 PM           James Durbin
4:35 PM           12 Stones
6:00 PM           Lacuna Coil

A limited number of ROCK ON THE RANGE weekend and single-day tickets are still available. In addition, this year ROTR is offering the first-ever “4-Pack Special” (which includes a lower service charge with every 4 tickets) for $199, plus service fees.  These tickets are on sale at the festival’s website, Ticketmaster and the Crew Stadium Box Office.  All weekend tickets include free entry to the second annual Friday Night 4Play pre-show party.

Presented by Right Arm Entertainment, AEG LIVE and Crew Stadium, ROCK ON THE RANGE is a multi-stage music and lifestyle event featuring a potent line-up of bands on three stages.  The nationally renowned festival centrally located in the heart of the country has annually drawn weekend crowds in excess of 70,000 since its inception in 2007.


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