March 31, 2010

Bands Added To Rocklahoma Line-Up

Rocklahoma has announced new additions to its Memorial Day Weekend lineup of top rock artists from the past three decades. Sevendust, Fuel (featuring original lead singer Brett Scallions), Lacuna Coil, The Last Vegas, Gypsy Pistoleros, The Nigel Dupree Band, O’Dette, Problem Child, Black Tora, Mad Max and Bad Things will join a previously announced all-star roster including ZZ Top, Godsmack, Tesla, Buckcherry, Cinderella, Chevelle, Theory of a Deadman, Saliva, Saving Abel and more (see below for the full line-up). Unfortunately, due to conflicts with a European tour, Stone Sour will no longer be appearing at Rocklahoma. The multi-day destination camping rock festival takes place May 28-30, 2010 at “Catch the Fever” Festival Grounds in Pryor, OK. 
         Following the overwhelming success of the Miss Rocklahoma competition in 2009, the contest returns in 2010. Starting Monday, April 3 at noon CST, ladies who feel they “exude rock n’ roll” can enter at www.rocklahoma.com for a chance to be crowned the “Miss Rocklahoma.”
          The top ten women who best possess the spirit of Rocklahoma will be announced at www.rocklahoma.com on April 29th. Rock fans from around the world can then vote online for their favorite choice for “Miss Rocklahoma.” The top five finalists will be announced on May 20th and then introduced on-stage at Rocklahoma on Friday, May 28th and one lucky contestant will be crowned the winner and ambassador for Rocklahoma 2010. For more details, please visitwww.rocklahoma.com.
       Rocklahoma organizers continue to offer fan-friendly ticket prices for the three-day weekend rock event which features over 35 artists on three stages. Three-day general admission tickets are still available for only $97 and three-day VIP tickets can be purchased for as low as $267 through Thursday, April 8.
         Beginning Friday, April 9 at 10am CST, three-day general admission ticket prices will increase to $112 and three-day VIP tickets will start at $292.
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