Sonic Temple set times have been announced for the first-ever Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival May 17-19, 2019 at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. The festival includes performances from Foo Fighters, System Of A Down and Disturbed plus a diverse lineup that also features top artists Papa Roach, Bring Me The Horizon, Ghost, Lamb of God, Halestorm, Chevelle, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts and The Cult, as well as Andrew Dice Clay, Henry Rollins and Pauly Shore and more in the SiriusXM Comedy & Spoken Word Tent.
Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival set times (subject to change):
Festival doors open at 11:30 AM on Friday and Saturday, and 11:00 AM on Sunday.
General Admission, VIP and Premium VIP tickets, and hotel packages are on sale now at SonicTempleFestival.com.Sonic Temple set times have been announced for the May 17-19 festival in Columbus, OH featuring Foo Fighters, System Of A Down, Disturbed, Papa Roach, Bring Me The Horizon, Halestorm and more. See the set times on ZRockClick To Tweet
In addition to featuring the biggest music artists, Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival brings together some of the best visual artists around for an immersive experience like never before at a Danny Wimmer Presents festival. Headlined by legendary street artist RISK, the visual art components will allow attendees to come face to face with amazing art installations, live mural painting, and live screen-printing across the entire festival grounds, as well as additional activities inside the festival’s Art Tent. The festival also features enhanced onsite experiences and expanded food and beverage offerings, including Metallica’s Enter Night Pilsner–a collaboration with the rock stars of craft brewing Stone Brewing Company—which will be served onsite throughout the weekend.
MAPFE Stadium is centrally located at One Black and Gold Blvd. in Columbus, Ohio.
Fans 21+ can enjoy multiple specialty curated beverage experiences. Varietals from Caduceus Cellars & Merkin Vineyards (owned by Maynard James Keenan, co-founder of international recording acts Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer) will be available at the Caduceus Wine Garden. Big Bourbon Bar presented by Kentucky Bourbon Trail®, will feature more than two dozen hand-selected bourbons from top distilleries, and a unique opportunity to enjoy bourbons and exclusive one-time specialty cocktails. Experience abounds at the Heavy Tiki Bar (a tropical oasis filled with killer cocktails and shade). Fans can also enjoy a large variety of local and regional brews at the Sonic Temple Craft Beer Bar, highlighted by Metallica’s Enter Night Pilsner (Stone Brewing Company).
Additional Sonic Temple onsite experiences include: Monster Energy Experience, f.y.e. Fan Experience, Fxck Cancer / Dyin 2 Live Dreams Program, Zippo Experience, The Music Experience, Jack Daniel’s Experience, USMC (United States Marine Corps) Bootcamp, Take Me Home, and Big Bourbon Bar presented by Kentucky Bourbon Trail ®.
The official Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival mobile app is now available for download. Attendees can build their own schedules, learn more about the artists and personalities appearing at the festival and get the latest must-know information through push notifications. Download it through the Google Play and Apple stores.
Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival sponsors include: Monster Energy, Zippo, f.y.e., Sweetwater Studios, BrewDog, Jack Daniel’s, The Music Experience, USMC, Kentucky Bourbon Trail®, and Fxck Cancer / Dyin 2 Live Dreams Program.
Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival is produced by Los Angeles-based Danny Wimmer Presents, one of the largest independent producers of destination music festivals in America. DWP events include Aftershock Festival, Bourbon & Beyond, Chicago Open Air, Epicenter Festival, Hometown Rising, Louder Than Life, Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival, and Welcome To Rockville. They’re also the co-creators of Rock On The Range, America’s largest and most acclaimed rock festival, which celebrated its 12th and final year in 2018 with 140,000 in attendance; Carolina Rebellion, which wrapped in 2018 after 8 record-breaking years, including over 100,000 in attendance multiple years at the annual event; and Northern Invasion, which had 50,000 in attendance for its fourth year in 2018.
For more information, visit SonicTempleFestival.com.
source: Ashton-Magnuson Media
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