Exit 111 brings first rock festival to Tennessee


Bonnaroo in Manchester. Pilgrimage in Franklin. Moon River in Chattanooga. Beale Street in Memphis. Exit 111 in Manchester. What do all these wonderful festivals have in common? Their home of Tennessee. What’s the difference in all of these festivals? The genre of music provided.

Bringing an extensive lineup of rock and heavy metal, Exit 111 Festival is the first festival in the area of it’s kind. Starting on October 11 and going all weekend until October 13, Exit 111 will allow artists like Lynyrd Skynrd, Def Leppard, and Guns N Roses to take the headlining stage at the same farm as Bonnaroo. On top of classic headlining artists, Exit 111 Festival will allow Slayer to play their last ever show in Tennessee before calling it quits as a band since 1981. Other amazing artists to join the stage this weekend will be Seether, Anthrax, ZZ Top, Ghost, Mastodon, Deftones, Coheed and Camrbia, Lamb of God, Killswtich Engage, Nothing More, Sleeping with Sirens, Skillet, Of Mice & Men, and dozens of more great rock and metal artists.

3-day General Admission tickets are $189 and include admission to all 3 days of the festival, access to all stages and variety of food and drink vendors, as well as experiences such as the Mega Sports Bar, Paranormal Cirque, Exit 111 Car Show, and Red Bull Freestyle Motorcross Experience. 3-day General Admission tickets for Military personnel run at $159. The festival is even offering VIP Packages (inclusive of all you get in GA plus reserved viewing, and a VIP lounge), as well as a General Admission 4 pack combo for $676 (this offer includes 4 General Admission tickets and a Car Camping pass)! Camping is available at the festival for as low as $15.  View complete list of tickets and prices on Exit 111 website here.

Be sure to grab your tickets to the event before they’re all gone and follow Exit 111 Festival on their website, facebook, instagram, and twitter.


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