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Rock n' America Finalizes Lineup

From Rock n' America:

The Rock N America festival has announced its full lineup. Rock N America is being held on July 23-25 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the Zoo Amphitheatre. Tickets for the event can be pruchased at $5 from every Single Day Friday ticket sold will go to benefit Cancer Research in the name of Ronnie James Dio.

Friday's Lineup consists of the following bands in no particular order: Twisted Sister, Great White, Faster Pussycat, Bullet Boys, Trixter, Axe and Toxin. On the Festival Stage see Dirty Penny, The Glitter Boys, Gods of Pain, Bad Things, Pretty Little Suicide and more.

Saturday's Lineup consists of the following bands: Scorpions, Cinderella, Michael Schenker Group, Firehouse, Steelheart, L.A. Guns featuring Tracii Guns, Pretty Boy Floyd, John Corabi and Baton Rouge. Bands on the Festival Stage consists of Better than Ever, Down N Dirty, Dagger, Axeticy, Rising Wind and Gods of Pain.

Sunday's Lineup consists of RATT, Dokken, Lita Ford, Lizzy Borden, Warrant, Slaughter, Lynch Mob, Enuff Z' Nuff, Dirty Penny, Texas Hippie Coalition and Lillian Axe. Bands on the Festival Stage is Bad Things, Pretty Little Suicide, Moto Christ, Star City Meltdown and Better than Ever.

[Set times announced soon. When those are released, I will post an update].

Reader Comments (4)

This looks like 3 days of great great music. Wish I were going. Missing bands: Kix, Wildstreet, and Airbourne.
July 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBrian L
great line-up, except for Friday. kind of a weak line-up that day. hope they add another main-stage band for friday, but its looking unlikely at this point. tesla wouldve been great.
July 2, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterandyw676
Aw, man, this is KILLER! Unreal line-up from start to finish! It's killin' me as I don't know if I can make it! So many bands, so little time, tho, this really is one stop shoppin' for most of my faves. It takes almost as long to read the list of the entire line-up than the time it takes to hear a blistering Michael Schenker solo. How the h*ll did they pull this off?
July 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!
Can't wait to see Michael Schenker and Herman Rarebell join the Scorpions onstage Saturday night. Since this will be the last time they ever play together, this should be an awesome sight to behold. It's something money just can't buy ... except a ticket to the show that day.
July 11, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDavid Huff

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