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Cranking Amps Past 11 For ‘World’s Loudest Month’

04:31 PM Monday 12/3/12 |   |

Once again AEG Live and Right Arm Entertainment are branding five festivals happening within a thirty day period the “World’s Loudest Month,” resulting in a celebration of music and decibels.

  • Rob Zombie

    Rock On The Range, Crew Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
    May 20, 2012

    (Jason Moore)

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Sponsored by Monster Energy, The “World’s Loudest Month” actually begins during the last week of April at Florida’s “Welcome To Rockville” one-day festival and concludes 30 days later at the three-day sonic extravaganza in Pryor, Okla., known throughout this part of the galaxy as “Rocklahoma.” In between, the “World’s Loudest Month” also includes “Carolina Rebellion,” Kansas City’s “Rockfest,” and Rock On The Range” in the Buckeye State of Ohio.

Here’s the entire schedule, arranged in easy-to-read, easier to remember, chronological order:

“Welcome To Rockville” – April 27, Jacksonville, Fla.
“Carolina Rebellion” – May 4-5, Charlotte, N.C.
“Rockfest” – May 11, Kansas City, Mo.
“Rock On The Range” – May 17-19, Columbus, Ohio
“Rocklahoma” – May 24-26, Pryor, Okla.

There have been some changes since 2012’s “World’s Largest Month.”

Returning to Jacksonville’s Metropolitan Park, “Welcome To Rockville” has increased its capacity for its third year.

Fans attending “Carolina Rebellion” in 2013 will also notice a few differences from the festival’s first two years. Expanding to two days, the festival now sports a larger camping area. The location has also changed with the “Rebellion” taking place at the Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C., near Charlotte.

“World’s Largest Month”organizers have a new app scheduled for an early 2013 release that includes all festival information as well as exclusive songs from bands that have appeared or will appear on one or more of the individual festivals.

Speaking of bands, AEG Live and Right Arm Entertainment say lineups will also be released in early 2013.

Of course, there’s always more. With five festivals making up “World’s Loudest Month,” there’s always something new every day. That’s why God created websites. Click here for more info.


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