Make America Rock Again Festival Tickets
Make America Rock Again Festival tickets
Make America Rock Again brings together the world's hardest, loudest rock acts on one stage. Head-splitting guitars, ear-piercing drums, blistering vocals -- this annual event has it all. Headbanging festival goers purchase Make America Rock Again Festival tickets to see the rock genre's greatest acts in one place.
Make America Rock Again Festival background
Make America Rock Again started in 2016. The tour was a huge success; it played dozens of dates in cities across North America. On every stop, music fans packed out arenas and moshed to unadulterated rock. There were also meet-and-greets with the bands before and after each show, which allowed fans to get cozy with their favorite acts.
As well as all the rock music, Make America Rock Again hosted barbeques and bikini contests. There were also food and drink trucks and merch stands. Despite being one of the newest rock festivals on the music scene, Make America Rock Again has already made a huge impression.
Make America Rock Again Festival history
The inaugural Make America Rock Again took place on Aug. 6 in El Paso, Texas. The tour then traveled through the southern states, moved up to the midwest, then snaked toward the Great Plains. Alien Ant Farm were among the headliners at the festival. The Riverside California-based band played some of their signature songs as well as tracks from their then most recent album, 2015's Always and Forever. Alien Ant Farm got their big break back in 2001 with their massive single "Smooth Criminal."
Trapt also appeared at the festival. The rock band performed music from their albums DNA and Reborn -- released in 2016 and 2013 respectively -- as well as classic tracks. Trapt's signature songs include the 2002 hit "Headstrong," which peaked at No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on the Hard Rock Chart. Saliva impressed the crowd with an energetic set that brimmed with their most recognizable hits and new songs from their tenth studio album, Love, Lies & Therapy. The 12-song set reached No. 14 on Billboard's Hot Rock Chart and No. 24 on the Alternative Singles Chart.
Other acts that appeared on the roster at Make America Rock Again include Crazy Town. The group is best known for their popular 2000 single, "Butterfly," which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on the Alternative Singles Chart. Crazy Town's 1999 album, The Gift of the Game, sold more than 1.5 million copies in the United States alone. Bands like 12 Stones and Tantric completed the festival's lineup.
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