OSHKOSH – It’s gonna be a loud one.
Godsmack, Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson and Shinedown are among the heavy hitters at the top of this summer’s just-announced Rock USA lineup.
The three-day festival, now in its eighth year, runs July 12-14 at Ford Festival Park.
Also on the 36-band lineup as revealed Wednesday are Halestorm, Stone Temple Pilots, Bush, Seether, Machine Gun Kelly, Sum 41, Underoath and Nothing More, among others.
Here’s the day-by-day breakdown:
July 12 (Thursday): Godsmack, Halestorm, Bush, Sum 41, Pop Evil, Devildriver, Nonpoint, Fozzy, Like a Storm, Gemini Syndrome and Bad Wolves
July 13: (Friday): Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Seether, Underoath, Sevendust, All That Remains, Adelita’s Way, Shaman’s Harvest, Attila, Through Fire, Soil, Joyous Wolf and Beyond Threshold
July 14 (Saturday): Shinedown, Stone Temple Pilots, Machine Gun Kelly, Nothing More, Beartooth, Trivium, 10 Years, the Black Dahlia Murder, Wilson, Saving Abel, Saylar and Like Moths to Flames
Rock USA will hold a 72-hour ticket sale beginning at 3 p.m. Jan. 31. During that period, tickets will be available for the first time (besides pre-sales) and cheaper than the at-the-gate price. Three-day general admission passes, for instance, will be $89. Add a pit pass to that and it’s $239. A four-pack of three-day general admission tickets will be $335.
Single day tickets won’t be discounted during the sale.
Come festival time, three-day general admission tickets will be $159 at the gate. Those tickets with a pit pass will be $379 at the gate. A four-pack of three-day general admission passes will be $515 at the gate. Single day passes will be $89.
A variety of VIP and campsite packages also are available. Camping options will start at $199 at the gate. For more information, visit rockusaoshkosh.com.
The three acts at the top of the bill are all making returns to Ford Festival Park. Shinedown played Rock USA in 2016. Rob Zombie played in 2014 and Godsmack in 2013. Other notable acts, like Marilyn Manson, Stone Temple Pilots and Sum 41, will be making their festival debut.
Stone Temple Pilots will take the stage with new singer Jeff Gutt. Original frontman Scott Weiland died in December 2015.
Last year’s Rock USA welcomed Ozzy Osbourne, Avenged Sevenfold, Slayer, Korn, Megadeth, Stone Sour, Lamb of God, Anthrax and the Pretty Reckless, among others. Organizers said more than 20,000 people attended each of the three days.