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Festival Alert: Outlaw Jam

Posted on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at 12:01AM by Registered CommenterAllyson B. Crawford | Comments8 Comments

East coast readers, listen up: the Outlaw Jam is July 30 and 31 in Frederick, Maryland. The festival looks pretty awesome (KIX is playing!) The event is geared to bikers and music fans alike. The event will go down at the Frederick County Fairgrounds. Here's the lineup:

Saturday
Motley Crue
Poison
New York Dolls
Shooter Jennings
Black Stone Cherry
The Nighthawks w/ Bob Margolin
& Kid Ramos
The Freddie Long Band & Korupt
Jeanette Lee - The Black Widow
Arlen Ness
Frederick Rock School

 

 

Sunday
Brian Setzer's Rockabilliy Riot
Kix
The Edgar Winter Band
Elvin Bishop
Black Stone Cherry
The Nighthawks w/ Bob Margolin
& Kid Ramos
No Shame
Jeanette Lee - The Black Widow
Charlie Hunnam (Jax from SOA)
Kim Coates (Tig from SOA)
Theo Rossi (Juice from SOA)
Emilio Rivera (Marcus from SOA)
Tommy Flanagan (Chibbs from SOA)
Arlen Ness
Frederick Rock School

The best part is that this festival is cheap. Two-day tickets are just $79.50. There are some special seating packages available as well. If you are planning on attending this fest, let me know!

 

Reader Comments (8)

Holy Crap! If you are going your in for a treat Sunday night. The Edgar Winter Band is an amazing live show full of energy. If I were closer I would go for sure!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
July 12, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterreptileblvd
This is the first concert that I am seriously considering skipping solely on principle because of the service charges. I went in to get Blue seating tickets...$96.75. A bit on the high side, but manageable. But then, on top of the $97, they add in a $23.58 service charge.PER TICKET. That's almost $50 extra dollars in fees alone. I am not a cheap person by ANY means and the $50 definitely will not kill me. But its more about principle than anything else. Hell...when I first heard about it, I even considered splurging on Platinum seats at 198 a pop...the service fee for those tickets are $36.84 EACH. These are the most ridiculous fees I have seen and I really think that may be the final straw for me. Love the Crue and Love Poison, but I think I may need to pass.
July 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterChuck
Ally..This fest is in my home town..which to me is unbelievable. We had only gotten tickets for the first day, but now that Kix was JUST announced, I may want to go on Sunday, too. It will be awesome, cause the Moose Club I belong to is right across the road. Beers are cheap and parking is free.
July 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBrian L
chuck..just get the tic at the gate. Lawn seats are going to be fine. Not up front, but we will all have fun. Come join us at the Moose before hand.
July 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBrian L
This is really a cool line-up.Something for everybody.Of course it starts on the day I leave for Myrtle Beach for the week. I swear I have an uncanny ability to pick vacations around these things (I was in Jamaica for the M3 festival).
July 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGary
I am in the US just before this, but I moved my dates to be here to take my daughter to A7X. If I was in the US, I'd go to this for sure, for Brian Setzer more than Crue, who I have seen.
July 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterChristian
Christian,
Steve Whiteman of Kix said on a radio interview yesterday that Brian Setzer is one of the best guitarist around and he cant wait to see him play...Kix then Setzer, not a bad combo for Sunday!
July 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKixRules
Huh-uh-lo-oh!

I just went for Platinum Seating, Saturday only.

I would have gone for Sunday, too, but my lead guitarist and I have seen KIX a combined total of something in the neighborhood of 70+ times (including about 20 times each with the original line- up with Purnell) and will be seein' 'em yet one more time on The Monsters of Rock Cruise in February.

So, thanks to this Post, Al, and your mention of special seating packages, you can expect two more Beavis & Butthead Hooligans dookin' it over the first 5 Rows with all of the other idiots.

p.s. Wish I could see Winter but I'll be too shot after Saturday, anyway. As far as Setzer goes, I had the pleasure of seeing him and his 17 piece orchestra do an unannounced in-store gig in HMV at 86th and Lex in NYC a couple of weeks before Christmas sometime in the 90's when he released his hit Christmas Album.
He played all the Cats hits plus a handful of songs from the aforementioned album. See you all you crazy Glam Metal Punks the end of July.
July 13, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!

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