On Saturday, Sept. 14, Skillet, P.O.D., We As Human and Love and Death will all rock Sacramento, CA on the Main Stage of Monster’s Aftershock Festival. If you’re heading out to the gig, the set times were released last week.

Saturday, September 14

Monster Energy Main Stage North

  • 11:35 AM         We As Human
  • 12:45 PM         In This Moment
  • 2:05 PM           P.O.D.
  • 3:35 PM           Skillet
  • 5:25 PM           Papa Roach
  • 7:25 PM           Shinedown

Monster Energy Main Stage South

  • 12:10 PM         Otherwise
  • 1:25 PM           Steel Panther
  • 2:50 PM           Testament
  • 4:30 PM           Buckcherry
  • 6:25 PM           Megadeth
  • 8:40 PM           Korn

Ernie Ball Stage

  • 11:10 AM         Nothing More
  • 12:10 PM         Girl On Fire
  • 1:25 PM           Eye Empire
  • 2:50 PM           Butcher Babies
  • 4:30 PM           Heaven’s Basement
  • 6:25 PM           Love and Death

Sunday, September 15

Monster Energy Main Stage North

  • 12:10 PM         Gemini Syndrome
  • 1:25 PM           Falling In Reverse
  • 2:50 PM           Asking Alexandria
  • 4:30 PM           Halestorm
  • 6:25 PM           A Day To Remember
  • 8:40 PM           Avenged Sevenfold

Monster Energy Main Stage South

  • 11:35 AM         Hell or Highwater
  • 12:45 PM         Airbourne
  • 2:05 PM           All That Remains
  • 3:35 PM           HIM
  • 5:25 PM           Volbeat
  • 7:25 PM           Five Finger Death Punch

Ernie Ball Stage

  • 11:10 AM         Ernie Ball Winner (TBA)
  • 12:10 PM         Miss May I
  • 1:25 PM           Thousand Foot Krutch
  • 2:50 PM           SOiL
  • 4:30 PM           Pop Evil
  • 6:25 PM           Filter

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