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More Rock For Rocklahoma

02:01 PM Wednesday 3/31/10 | |

Rocklahoma has beefed up its lineup, adding several new bands to the Memorial Day Weekend festival in Pryor, Okla., including Sevendust, Fuel and Lacuna Coil.

The Fuel addition is extra-special because the band will perform with original singer Brett Scallions who left the band in 2006.

Other bands added to the Rocklahoma lineup include The Last Vegas, Gypsy Pistoleros, The Nigel Dupree Band, O'Dette, Problem Child, Black Tora, Mad Max, and Bad Things.  Previously announced acts include ZZ Top, Godsmack, Tesla, Buckcherry, Cinderella, Chevelle, Theory Of A Deadman and Saliva.

This year’s festival, scheduled for May 28-30, will also include its popular “Miss Rocklahoma” competition featuring ladies who “exude rock n’ roll.” Beginning April 3 at high noon CST, ladies can enter the contest at the Rocklahoma Web site. The top ten entries considered to embody the Rocklahoma spirit will be announced April 29, giving fans the opportunity to vote for their favorites online. The top five finalists will be announced May 20 and introduced at the festival May 28 when one will be crowned “Miss Rocklahoma 2010.”

  • ZZ Top

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This year marks the first time AEG Live is involved with Rocklahoma. Pollstar recently spoke with AEG Live’s Joe Litvag, who talked about changes made to this year’s event, saying his company’s first order of business is to take the festival to the next level. Click here for the complete interview.

Meanwhile, tickets, including three-day general admission and three day VIP are still available. For all things Rocklahoma, including tickets, lineup and the Miss Rocklahoma competition, just click here.


Comments

  1. hater1 wrote:

    07:42 AM, Apr 06, 2010

    i agree with you slamming scotty c! most of these bands have already been here in mississippi. AEG messed up Rocklahoma but the good thing is Rock n America in Oklahoma City will be awesome. I'm looking forward to that one!!

  2. SlammingScott C wrote:

    10:49 AM, Apr 01, 2010

    I agree, AEG has screwed up the line up! I could have seen ZZ and 1/2 of these bands closer to my house in Dallas by going to the Winstar! Come on make it a World event not a local one. I hope the attendance is down and Rocklahoma gets smart next year and loses AEG!

  3. Live Music wrote:

    03:41 AM, Apr 01, 2010

    AEG is really a joke.

    They have taken a festival that used to have a "World" appeal and turned it into a local event. Those of us who traveled to see this event, can see the same bands at home at the HOB.

    Makes me sick