Limp Bizkit, Flyleaf, Papa Roach and More Set for Bamboozle Festival Return


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Limp Bizkit – Story by Cat Badra, courtesy photo via Limp Bizkit

After more than a decade away, Bamboozle Festival is returning in 2023

The Bamboozle festival is back for the first time in 11 years, and its lineup packs a punch. Headlining the three-day extravaganza will be Limp Bizkit, Rick Ross, Steve Aoki, Flyleaf, Papa Roach and more. The festival will take place May 5 to 7 at Bader Field in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Organizers have slowly been announcing acts for several weeks, and now, the full lineup is here, minus a few last-minute additions that will be announced closer to the event. Acts booked for the multi-genre festival are Finch, Yung Gravy, Motionless in White, Boys Like Girls, Blackbear, Mayday Parade, Say Anything, Saosin, The Spill Canvas, Valencia, We the Kings, Sueco, Saves the Day, Hollywood Undead, Carnifex, Kayzo, Shallow Pools, DE’WAYNE, The Driver Era, Trippie Redd, Bad Omens, Kaonashi, The Callous Daoboys and more.

Weekend passes, VIP packages, standard three-day general admission tickets and Tier 2 standard three-day general admission tickets are on sale now via the official Bamboozle website.

A few extra special performances this year include Attila honoring the 10-year anniversary of their album “About That Life”; Saves the Day celebrating 20 years of their set “In Reverie”; and Palisades performing their last show ever. Another big development is that this will mark one of the first performances that sees Flyleaf back with their original lead singer Lacey Sturm). Say Anything and Finch will also be reuniting at the festival.

On top of the music, the event will bring a range of rides, a B-Boy dance competition with a $25,000 prize, wrestling exhibitions, art installations, clowns and more. Since the festival has been away for more than a decade, it’s not a big surprise that they’re doing it up extra big for this first year back. For full festival details and ticket information, go here.

Cat Badra
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