Blue Ridge Rock Festival 2019 Lineup Announced

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Sully Erna of Godsmack | Musikfest 2017 [© Matt Bishop Photo]

(TRR) – The Blue Ridge Rock Festival 2019 lineup is here. Godsmack, The Offspring, and A Day To Remember are set to headline the two-day jaunt in September . Also set to perform are featured acts Stone Temple Pilots, I Prevail, Beartooth, Of Mice & Men, 10 Years, Cold (who will be in the midst of their first tour in over eight years), and many more.

Tickets for the “fan driven rock and metal experience” are specially priced at $35 and are available now HERE.

Promoter Lynchburg Concerts are expanding the Blue Ridge Rock Festival’s offerings in 2019. This year, there will be no overlapping sets between the Main and Side stages. Other amenities include misting tents and a Blue Bunny Ice Cream Takeover to help fans beat the last of the summer heat, Full-service bars with beer and liquor will be available to fans of legal drinking age, and a massive merchandise center will serve as a one-stop-shop for artist and festival gear and souvenirs.

Expanded festival grounds will include additional space for tent camping, RV camping, and a food court. A professional parking staff will help to minimize traffic upon entering and exiting the festival. Fans will have access to discounted hotel rates with five local hotels that the festival has partnered with.

Finally, all tickets come with a Fan Protection Guarantee. Should ticket prices become discounted after you purchas them, the festival will refund fans the difference. The Blue Ridge Rock Festival takes place on September 7-8 at the DeVault Vineyards in Concord, VA.

Blue Ridge Rock Festival 2019

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