Limp Bizkit, Slipknot and Rob Zombie Lead 2021 Rocklahoma Lineup

2021-06-11

Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit performing live.

Fred Durst – Story by Charles Ken, photo by Ken Settle

Rocklahoma takes place over Memorial Day weekend for the first time this year, but the lineup brings the same hard rock and metal

The Rocklahoma festival usually takes place over Memorial Day weekend, but this year’s event is set for Labor Day weekend. Organizers have unveiled the official lineup for 2021, and it will feature Limp Bizkit, Slipknot and Rob Zombie headlining the three-day showcase.

The festival is scheduled for Sept. 3 through 5 in Pryor, Oklahoma. In addition to the headliners, Rocklahoma will feature performances from Halestorm, Chevelle, Anthrax, Sevendust, Tremonti, Pop Evil, The Hu, Falling in Reverse, Badflower, Grandson and Philip Anselmo & The Illegals, the latter performing a set of Pantera songs.

Also on the Rocklahoma bill are Andrew W.K., Jelly Roll, Candlebox, Motionless in White, Puddle of Mudd, RATT singer Stephen Pearcy, Knocked Loose, John 5 and The Creatures and more. Many of the artists that were supposed to perform at the 2020 edition are part of the new lineup. Radio and television personality Eddie Trunk will host the festival.

“Cannot wait until we play Labor Day Weekend in Pryor, Oklahoma,” Slipknot percussionist Shawn “Clown” Crahan said in a statement. “Our first time at a festival is always very special. We all know that this will be one of those days. See you all soon. Stay (sic).”

Early bird “Phase 1” tickets are available at discounted rates via the Rocklahoma website starting today (June 11), with the price of $144 for a weekend pass. The price will go up incrementally as the festival gets closer. Other special packages – such as the groupie, roadie and rockstar VIP packages – are also available.

For more information on the 2021 Rocklahoma and to view the full festival lineup, head to the Rocklahoma website.

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