Discount tickets for Dirt Fest 2016tickets available for $30 while supplies last.

Our friends in Kilbury Unit have 50 tickets for the 2016 Dirt Fest to be held in downtown Pontiac, Michigan this year. The regular ticket price is $37, but you can order them on their website for $30 each.

This year’s lineup for the features Killswitch Engage, Asking Alexandria and Hatebreed as the main attraction. Rounding out the bill are Trivium, Attila, Bury Your Dead, and Dirt Fest veterans Psychostick. The annual one-day event will be held on August 13th in downtown Pontiac, Michigan in conjunction with The Crofoot Ballroom after spending most of its existence at the Birch Run Expo Center in Birch Run, Michigan.

This traditional Michigan summer music festival has always been a showcase for local talent and this year is no exception. Born Of Osiris, For The Fallen Dreams, and It Lies Within are all Michigan metal heavyweights who will bring a variety of local flavor to the many stages. Newcomers to the festival include Kilbury Unit, 6 Prong Paw and a handful of others expected to make their debut.

Detroit Rock Radio, 101.1 WRIF, has signed on as the presenting sponsor and will have a major presence at the festival. You can expect to see dozens of vendors on the grounds with everything from rock n’ roll apparel, tattoos, and custom body jewelry. Many of the artists will have merch booths where you can pick up their latest swag and chill with the band members.

National Rock Review is proud to be a stage sponsor for the third year in a row. We will have photographers on the ground all over the festival snapping pics of the action. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for non-stop coverage of the event all weekend long. If you are at the festival, stop by our booth and hang out with the National Rock Review staff and guest artists.

Discount Dirt Fest Tickets via The Kilbury Unit

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Hailing from Boston and now residing in the Metro Detroit area, Mick has spent several years photographing concerts and interviewing musicians in the music industry. After spending a few years shooting and writing for, he founded and started the National Rock Review in the fall of 2013. Recruiting staffers from around the world, he has led the National Rock Review team in to a respected and established publication in the online music news/press industry in a short period of time.

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