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Carolina and Colossal: Epicenter Festival boasts immense lineup



I’ve lived in Charlotte for nine years and I’ll admit, Rockingham, North Carolina is a place I have never heard of until I received the Epicenter Festival lineup. Now in 37 days I’ll discover a new rock n’ roll paradise. Featuring Korn, Rob Zombie, Evanescence, Machine Gun Kelly, Beartooth, Knocked Loose, Tool, The Cult, YUNG BLUD, Bring Me The Horizon, this is the most stacked rock lineup I’ve seen in a long time from May 10th-12th.

Although it’s less than two hours away from Charlotte, camping at this location seems like everything I ever wanted with late night access to drinks, food and parties, so sign me up! From the Epicenter website:

Camping at Epicenter Festival allows patrons to keep the rock n’ roll party going all through the weekend and sets this festival apart from other U.S. rock shows. Camping spots are connected to the festival grounds and include perks like access to showers, portable restrooms, food and drink vendors, charging stations, information and medical services, as well as a Thursday night pre-show rock party. Campers will also have late night access to Rockingham Village, an impressive promenade featuring food, drinks, merch shopping, entertainment, art and activities until 2:00 AM daily. Rockingham Village will be conveniently located immediately in front of the venue, adjacent to the North Premium campgrounds. Camping options will include immersive, Premium Spaces on the North Side of the site as well as free options in the South Side campgrounds.

Rockingham Village at Epicenter will be open for extended hours to allow fans to eat, drink, shop and see performing artists before and after the main event. Featured vendors will include festival merchandise, artist merchandise, lockers for rent, lifestyle shopping booths, a full General Store, coffee shop, craft beer at Headbangers Beer Bar, Caduceus wine bar, breakfast vendors for campers, as well as late night food served after the main venue closes. The Village will also have a stage featuring cover bands and Hellzapoppin Circus SideShow performances throughout the weekend.



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