With a power-packed line-up led by Godsmack, Limp Bizkit, Rob Zombie, Slash and Three Days Grace, organizers for ROCK ON THE RANGE have announced the daily line-up for America’s premiere destination rock festival, taking place May 22 and 23 at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.  Additionally, the producers announced that single day, general admission tickets will be available as of Wednesday, March 31.

Amping up the ROTR experience this year are Mistress Juliya of Fuse TV and Mötley Crüe and Sixx:A.M.’s  Nikki Sixx.  The dark and alluring Mistress Juliya is serving as the hostess and Mistress of Ceremonies for the event, and Sixx will host his nationally syndicated Premiere Radio Networks show “Sixx Sense” from the festival, offering rock fans across the country an inside look at the fourth annual event.

With performances from 38 of the hardest rocking artists on three stages, the daily line-up for ROCK ON THE RANGE 2010 is as follows:

Saturday May 22:

*Monster Energy Stage:  Godsmack, Three Days Grace, Rise Against, Deftones, Papa Roach, Puddle Of Mudd, Drowning Pool and Sevendust.

*Kicker Stage:  Killswitch Engage, Skillet, Halestorm, Adelitas Way, Violent Soho and Richy Nix.

*Jägermeister Stage:  Helmet, Nonpoint, Janus, Taddy Porter and Like A Storm.

Sunday May 23:

*Monster Energy Stage:  Limp Bizkit, Rob Zombie, Seether, Slash, Theory of a Deadman, Bullet For My Valentine, Five Finger Death Punch and Apocalyptica.

*Kicker Stage:  Mastodon, Coheed & Cambria, Anberlin, Escape The Fate, Airbourne and Shaman’s Harvest.

*Jägermeister Stage:  Mushroomhead, Cold, Year Long Disaster and Noise Auction.

Beginning Wednesday, March 31 at 10:00 AM EDT, single day general admission tickets will be available for $59.50 via www.rockontherange.com, www.ticketmaster.com, all local Ticketmaster outlets and at the Crew Stadium box office, while supplies last.

Presented by Right Arm Entertainment, AEG LIVE and Crew Stadium, Rock On The Range is a two-day, music and lifestyle event centrally located in the heart of the country that has annually drawn crowds of 30,000 per day since its inception in 2007.

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