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Epicenter To Shake Up Southern California

10:01 AM Tuesday 6/21/11 |   |

The one-day music festival promises to be loud with Limp Bizkit, Staind, Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach, Buckcherry, P.O.D., Chevelle and more.

Presented by Right Arm Entertainment, Live Nation and Monster Energy, this year’s Epicenter is set for Sept. 24 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, Calif. The lineup also includes Asking Alexandria, Skillet, Redlight King, Middle Class Rut and Drive A.

For Limp Bizkit, Epicenter will be the group’s first Southern California appearance in 10 years and its first 2011 performance in America. As you can probably guess, Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is looking forward to having lots of fun in the So-Cal sun.

“Limp Bizkit is back, more dangerous and contagious than ever with our original lineup, new album Gold Cobra and Epicenter to take your rock and roll fantasy past the extreme,” Durst said in a statement. “I promise this will be a party you do not want to miss. Epicenter will be our first and only Southern California shindig. And fellas, don’t be mad that Epicenter will be filled with women …That’s how we roll.”

Tickets go up June 25. Visit EpicenterFestival.com for more information.


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