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Rockin’ & Revin’ At Sturgis

10:01 AM Tuesday 6/15/10 |   |

The inaugural Rock ‘N Rev Festival scheduled for Aug. 9-13 as part of the Sturgis Rally just got a little louder with the addition of Alice In Chains to the sonic onslaught.

Sure, Rock ‘N Rev already features plenty of bands guaranteed to rock the heavens over the little South Dakota town known for the world’s largest motorcycle event, now celebrating its 75th year. Stone Temple Pilots, Creed, Godsmack, 3 Doors Down, Hinder, Three Days Grace, Theory Of A Deadman and Wolfmother are just some of the bands signed on for five spine-tingling nights at the Glencoe Camp Resort. It all adds up to 30 bands playing for one of the most hard-rocking audiences ever assembled. Talk about a tough crowd to please.

But then, the folks behind Rock ‘N Rev know their audience. Presented by DC3 Global and hosted by Jim Rose and The Jim Rose Circus, Rock ‘N Rev promises spectacular fireworks displays every night, making the festival the loudest and baddest event of the summer. Promising to appeal to the “leather and chrome sensibilities” in everyone, Rock ‘N Rev also features plenty of great food, gear and clothing as well as the world’s top tattoo artists. This is one festival you’ll remember well into next year when it’s time to Rock ‘N Rev once more.

Here’s the breakdown, with more bands to be announced.

Monday, Aug. 9: Godsmack, Three Days Grace, Hellyeah, Pop Evil, Darling Stilletos

  • Sully Erna of Godsmack

    Rock On The Range, Crew Stadium, Columbus, OH
    May 1, 2010

    (Scott Legato / RockStarProPhotography.com)

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Tuesday, Aug. 10: Creed, Skillet, Theft

Wednesday, Aug. 11: Stone Temple Pilots, Wolfmother, Eagles Of Death Metal, Cage The Elephant, Swayback

Thursday, Aug. 11: 3 Doors Down, Hinder, Sweet Cyanide

Friday, Aug. 12: Alice In Chains, Charm City Devils, Rev Theory

  • 3 Doors Down

    Hard Rock Cafe, Biloxi, Miss.
    December 5, 2009

    (Mike Bradley)

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Tickets are on sale now with general admission ducats priced at $45 per day while $150 gets you a five-day pass. VIP packages include backstage access to a VIP area, air-conditioned tents with private bars, plus motorcycle parking and luxury bathroom facilities. And don’t forget to check out the “Concert ‘N Camping” packages available at the Glencoe Camp Resort website.

For more information, click here for the Rock ‘N Rev Festival and here for Glencoe Camp Resort.


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