Rock on the Range Expands to Three Days
Wed, 21 Nov 2012 14:21:28
ROTR is getting supersized.
Rock on the Range, America's premier destination rock festival, is about to get bigger. The annual event is expanding to three days and will hit hard with performances from some of rock's biggest names on each night of the festival: Friday, May 17, Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19, 2013.
Now in its seventh year, ROTR will again take place at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, OH and be marked by a spectacular lineup of rock heavyweights. With the addition of some notable headliners on Friday, festival organizers are also working on a series of additional enhancements for ROTR 2013. Improvements, added amenities and updates will be announced in early 2013 with the festival's line-up.
"We are constantly working to improve upon the success of Rock on the Range," says Gary Spivack, co-executive producer of the multi-stage music and lifestyle event for Right Arm Entertainment. "For one, we'll have more ticket buying options than ever before and incentives for the ‘Rangers' to buy early. Also, no longer will the Friday night be solely a 'pre-party;' it will be incorporated into the full weekend truly making ROTR the biggest destination festival for rock ‘n roll in the United States."
Pre-sale layaway tickets, including Weekend Field GA and Weekend Stadium GA tickets, go on sale Cyber Monday, November 26 at 10AM ET through www.rockontherange.com. A four ticket minimum purchase is required. Layaway tickets will be available for purchase through February 28, 2013 and regular tickets will go on sale in January 2013.
Once again Rock on the Range will offer premiere VIP Packages, Hotel and Ticket Bundles and Camping packages. All packages will also go on sale Thursday, November 29 at 10AM ET. Details and prices for VIP, Hotel, and Camping Packages are online at www.rockontherange.com.
The lineup will be announced early next year. So we know it's bigger, and we're sure when the lineup is revealed, it'll be better.
Do you plan to go to ROTR?