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Here's the official release regarding the Rock N America festival:

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK---PM Group /Innervisions in association with Event Marketing Group are proud to announce the first annual Rock-N-America Music Festival to be held July 23-25, 2010 at the Historical Zoo Amphitheatre in Oklahoma City, OK.
Rock-N-America has put together the largest collection of Eighties Bands in the United States during this three-day festival.  
Scheduled to headline Rock-N-America are Scorpions, embarking on their very last tour “Get Your Sting And Blackout,” making Rock-N-America one of their final stops in North America.  Scorpions are known for such songs as “Rock You Like A Hurricane,” “Send me an Angel,” “Wind of Change,” “No One Like You,” “Still Loving You,” and their latest single and radio hit “Raised On Rock.”   Scorpions new and final album, “Sting in the Tail” was released March 23rd via Universal Music Enterprises entered the Billboard Top 200 charts at #23 marking the bands highest chart debut in over 20 years. The album also landed at #6 on the Rock Albums chart.
The Scorpions consists of KLAUS MEINE (vocals), MATTHIAS JABS (lead guitar), RUDOLF SCHENKER (guitar), JAMES KOTTAK (drums) and PAWEL MACIWODA (bass).   The German rockers will be celebrating 40+ years in music on this final outing--set to kick off June 18 in Holmdel, NJ--that will take them around the globe through 2012, with special guests supporting along the way.
“Scorpions is a live band,“ asserts MEINE. “Totally, 200%, this band was always about live concerts. We always wanted to go on stage and play in front of our fans. From the very beginning, from the smallest clubs to the biggest arenas and stadiums around the world, the passion to be a live band has never changed.” And when asked why the band decided to retire after all these years together, SCHENKER stated, “We want to celebrate [with] a big party around the world.  We've had a really great career, coming out from Germany and showing people that rock can come out of Germany. I think we started as a gang built by friendship and musicality, and going and showing that the Germans can rock"
In addition to Scorpions, headlining Rock-N-America will be Eighties renowned Twisted Sister and RATT.   Over Thirty bands are scheduled to perform on two stages over the three days.  The artists include Scorpions, Twisted Sister, RATT, Dokken, Great White, Warrant, L.A. Guns featuring Tracii Guns, Faster Pussycat, Enuff Z Nuff, Lynch Mob, Bullet Boys, Toxin and more to be named a later date.
Howard Pollack, President of the PM Group said “Eighties Rock is all about the fans and our goal at Rock-N-America is to give everyone a fun experience in a fan friendly environment!”  
Camping facilities are available at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City and there’s sufficient free parking at Remington Park Racetrack and Casino.
The Zoo Amphitheatre in Oklahoma City is well known as being one of the Mid West’s unique concert facilities nestled next door to the Oklahoma City Zoo, one of the top rated zoos in North America and is the oldest zoo in the Southwest.  The Zoo Amphitheatre is located just over seventeen miles from Will Rogers World Airport.  Accommodations are not a problem as Oklahoma City boasts over 15,000 Hotel Rooms.
3-Day General Admission Tickets and 3day VIP Tickets as well as 3 day combo admission/Hotel packages to Rock-N-America go on sale at 10AM CST Saturday, April 10th at or call toll free at 800-511-1552.

Reader Comments (3)

Can't miss it!!

The list almost seems like Rocklahoma 2007??? Even better... will be there and already booked the Suite @ "the johnson"

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April 1, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterwikiwiki
We will be there !!

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about time a good festival was put together this year in the states!!

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