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Festival Noize: Houston Open Air, Rock Allegiance, Lockn’

03:01 PM Friday 8/26/16 | |

Online battle of the bands and other event details revealed for Houston Open Air … Rock Allegiance releases daily lineups and dining experiences … Lockn’ livestreaming festival ongoing now.

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    Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival, Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood, Atlanta, Ga.
    August 5, 2014

    (Chris McKay / WireImage.com)

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Submissions are open for an online battle of the bands competition to give upstarts the chance to perform at Houston Open Air at Sept. 24-25 in NRG Park, alongside headline rock acts from across the country.

The way the contest works is that bands submit their stuff to festival organizers and they will contact the pick of the litter two weeks before the performance dates. Slots are still open. The competition is sponsored by ReverbNation and can be accessed here.

Food experiences include a Tacolandia area featuring different kinds of Mexican food from local eateries and free samples of Monster Energy from a scenic view, along with other parts of the festival’s “Gourmet Man Food” experience.

Avenged SevenfoldAlice In ChainsDeftonesChevelle and Slayer are headlining the festival.

Tickets to the festival are available now. HoustonOpenAir.com is your place to learn more about the event.

Daily lineups have been shared for Rock Allegiance at Talen Energy Center in Chester, Penn., Sept. 17-18.

The event will have Alice In Chains, Breaking BenjaminThe OffspringThe CultTrivium, and Baroness all play Saturday, Sept. 17. The following night, Sept. 18, will see Avenged Sevenfold, Slayer, Volbeat, Chevelle, Pierce the VeilAnthraxKillswitch Engage and more.

In addition to the lineups, the Gourmet Man Food experience has been announced, and it will include food from restaurants like Donte’s Delicious Dishes, Dos Hermanos Tacos, Philly Delicia’s, Seoulfull Philly, Sum Pig, The Cow And The Curd and more.

Dyin 2 Live / Fxck Cancer is a nonprofit which raises awareness about cancer and educates about early detection, and will be represented festival.

Tickets to the festival are still available. Visit RockAllegiance.com for more information.

Lockn’ is livestreaming the festival in collaboration with Nugs.tv. Visit the website now to see the concert as it happens.

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    Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Md.
    August 17, 2015

    (James P. Hendershot)

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Tonight still has sets from Ween and Phish coming. My Morning JacketPhil Lesh and Friends and Tedeschi Trucks Band all play tomorrow. Phish, Gary Clark Jr., The Wailers and the Doobie Decibel System are on Sunday.

Tickets for tomorrow and Sunday are still available. You can still learn more about the festival through LocknFestival.com.


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