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Rock On The Range Replacement Sonic Temple Festival Announces Lineup

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Foo Fighters, System Of A Down, and Disturbed lead the lineup for the first-ever Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival, a three-day rock festival set to replace Rock On The Range in May 2019. Tickets go on sale Friday, Nov. 30 at 12 p.m.

The festival, which debuts at MAPFRE Stadium, will also feature music performances by Bring Me The Horizon, The Prodigy, Ghost, Halestorm, Lamb of God, Joan Jett And The Blackhearts, and 50 other slated performers, as well as comedy performances from Andrew Dice Clay, Pauly Shore, and others to be announced.

Initial ticket prices range from $99.50 to $199.50 for general admission. VIP tickets will run close to $380, and includes amenities such as early entry into the festival and access to the VIP lounge. Premium packages are also available for close to $2,000 and will accommodate two festival goers.

Music performances will be spread across three music stages, while art installations, spoken word, and other “onsite experiences” are planned during the three-day festival at MAPFRE Stadium. Food and drink selections from local and regional restaurants will be available, including Buckeye Donuts, Mikey’s Late Night Slice, Ena’s Caribbean Kitchen, Schmidt’s Sausage House, Smoked on High BBQ, and others.

Sonic Temple will replace the Rock On The Range festival, which completed its 12-year run in May 2018. Event producer Danny Wimmer, known for music festivals such as Louder Than Life, Aftershock Festival, and Rock On The Range, says the idea behind Sonic Temple is “walking into something bigger than yourself.”

“I am so proud of what we accomplished with Rock On The Range, and with the debut of Sonic Temple Art and Music Festival, we’re excited to bring our devoted rock fans and the city of Columbus a one-of-a-kind, world-class event that expands on the festival experience,” Wimmer says. “We want this to be the ultimate rock experience for the true fans who love the genre as much as we do.”

Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival will take place Friday, May 17, Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19, 2019. Find more information on general admission and VIP tickets, hotel and camping packages, and a complete performance lineup, visit sonictemplefestival.com.

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