Foo Fighters to headline new three-day music and arts festival

Looking for something to get the rock lover in your life for the holidays?

A new art and music festival set to happen in mid-May at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus featuring a first-rate slate of headliners may be just the ticket.

The Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival featuring Foo Fighters, System of a Down, Disturbed, Bring Me the Horizon, the Prodigy and Ghost will replace Rock On The Range music festival, which ran for 12 years.

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The hard-rocking festival happening May 17-19 boasts an impressive line-up over three days: Foo Fighters, System Of A Down, Disturbed, Bring Me The Horizon, The Prodigy, Ghost, Halestorm, Lamb of God, Chevelle, Joan Jett And The Blackhearts, The Cult, In This Moment, The Hives, Gojira, The Distillers, Meshuggah, Action Bronson, The Struts, Refused, Killswitch Engage, Parkway Drive, Black Label Society, Beartooth, Scars On Broadway, Architects and Tom Morello.

Also appearing: Avatar, Pussy Riot, Bad Wolves, Fever 333, Mark Lanegan Band, Badflower, The Glorious Sons, Issues, Yungblud, H09909, Black Pistol Fire, Scarlxrd, Zeal & Ardor, Basement, The Black Dahlia Murder, Don Broco, Wage War, Hands Like Houses, While She Sleeps, Palaye Royale, Movements, Amigo The Devil, The Plot In You, Boston Manor, COUNTERFEIT, Demob Happy, Teenage Wrist, The Pretty Vicious, Black Coffee, Shvpes, Dirty Honey, No1Cares and The Jacks.

In addition to music, the festival will also feature a comedy component headlined by Andrew Dice Clay and Pauly Shore. Henry Rollins is also slated to perform a spoken-word set.

Tickets are on sale now with the following packages:

  • Weekend Field General Admission: $199.50 plus fees.
  • Weekend Stadium General Admission: $99.50 plus fees.
  • Weekend VIP: $379.50 plus fees.
  • RV Camping: $250.

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Credit: Neilson Barnard

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