The Worlds Loudest Month is once again heading back to the Midwest for Rocklahoma 2015.
Memorial Day is right around the corner and that means it’s almost Rocklahoma time! For the past handful of years, Rocklahoma has brought some of the biggest touring acts to the stages located near Pryor, Oklahoma.
Rocklahoma has once again put together a stellar line up for 2015. Rocklahoma veterans like Tesla, Godsmack, Volbeat, Papa Roach and Halestorm will be performing along with Rocklahoma virgins like Linkin Park, Breaking Benjamin, Slayer,Â and Anthrax. Other performers like Candelbox, Scott Weiland and The Wildabouts, In This Moment, The Pretty Reckless, Otherwise, In Flames, Wayland and so many more make this years festival one not to be missed.
Rocklahoma has several ticket options with general admission tickets and VIP seating packages being the two most popular. With a VIP package you get an assigned seat in the first 30 rows, access to the air conditioned beer tent including unlimited refills of beer, as well as all the food you can eat. You will find everything from steak, brisket, chicken, roast beef to any number of sides, a full salad bar and desserts. The quality of the food and unlimited refills of Bud Light, really makes the VIP package option the perfectÂ way to go for most rock music fans.
The festival is set up well with easy access to both main stages as well as the two other stages located inside the beer tents. Music starts everyday at noon in the Axis tent with main stage music starting at 4pm. The lineup is scheduled so as soon as one band’s set is completed, another band starts playing on the adjacent stage keeping the entertainment flowing nonstop. The layout is such that you can hear the music anywhere inside the festivalÂ andÂ its not a necessity to walk back and forth between the two main stages. If you prefer to be close up, it is a very short distance between the main stages.
Rocklahoma 2014 was a big success once again, having a great lineup with huge crowds. Every year rock music fans look forward to this festival and leave at the end of the weekend thinking that they got more than their moneyâ€™s worth of great entertainment. As long as RocklahomaÂ continues to keep rock alive, fansÂ know where theyÂ will be spending their Memorial weekend.