Blue Ridge Rock Festival announces complete lineup with A Day To Remember, Breaking Benjamin, I Prevail, Chevelle, and MORE!


Blue Ridge Rock Festival has announced their full lineup for the 2021 festival season! The 4th annual festival returns to Danville, VA the weekend of September 9th-12th. The Fan Driven Rock Experience, hosted by Steve-O, has allowed for the fans to choose to lineup and this year the festival did not disappoint. The 4-day festival will feature more than 180 bands, 6 stages, extra entertainment like a on-site club (with Ludacris and Lil Jon), and celebrity guest stars.

With more than 90,000 fan votes for this year’s festival, headliners will include Shinedown, Papa Roach (playing Infest + greatest hits), Five Finger Death Punch, Megadeth, Seether, Lamb of God, Chevelle, Skillet (full pyrotechnic performance), Rob Zombie, Limp Bizkit, Rise Against, I Prevail (only show of 2021!!), Breaking Benjamin (only festival of 2021), A Day to Remember, The Ghost Inside (rare show) and Halestorm; making this the biggest rock festival of 2021!

Supporting acts include P.O.D. (playing Satellite in entirety), Tech N9ne, Slaves, Asking Alexandria, Fever 333, Crown the Empire, D.R.U.G.S. (the return of…), Therory of a Deadman, Beartooth, Jelly Rool, 10 Years, Gojira, Mastadon, Underoath, and more than hundred other additional acts which can be seen on the festival’s website.

Tickets for the event are almost completely sold out with only General Admission tickets left (1-Day pass is currently $65, 3-Day pass is $160, and a 4-Day pass is $180). Camping tickets are currently available as well on the festival’s website.

Watch the 2019 recap video below:

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