Three more acts have been added to the already impressive lineup for the 2016 Rock on the Range music festival, and they are the Deftones, The Shrine, and Adam Watt. The 10th annual Rock On The Range festival takes place May 20, 21 & 22 in Columbus, Ohio at the MAPFRE Stadium.
Also performing at this year's Rock on the Range will be Rob Zombie, Shinedown, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Disturbed, and Bring Me the Horizon. Along with live music there's going to be a Craft Beer Village, a live version of “That Metal Show," and a comedy tent.
The official lineup for the ROTR Rolling Rock Comedy Tent was also revealed yesterday (Feb. 8), and some comedians that will perform includes Jay Mohr, Big Jay Oakerson, and Nate Bargatze. Also performing in the comedy tent will be Bethany Dwyer, Craig Glass, and local talent from Columbus.
As of now, a weekend general admission field pass is $219.50, and a weekend stadium pass is $139.50. Beginning Feb. 22 the field pass will increase to $229.50, and a stadium pass will be $159.50.
For $125 you can buy a Weekend Field Upgrade. With that pass you'll get access to a VIP lounge, bathroom trailer, early entry into the festival, quick entry into the stadium floor, and more. In order to buy that upgrade you must purchase a weekend field GA pass.
All passes can be bought via Rock on the Range's website here. Those who were hoping to buy camping packages are out of luck because those passes are now sold out. Also sold out are weekend stadium general admission 4-pack tickets, hotel packages, and VIP passes.