If you’re near Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater late in September chances are you’re eardrums will rattle from the sound of thundering drums, metal-driven guitars, and thousands of fanatics screaming in an explosion of furious rock music energy. Why? That’s because High Elevation Rock Festival is coming back for year two on September 22-23 and you’re not going to want to miss this lineup.
After its one-day debut in 2016, High Elevation comes back to Denver even bigger and better in 2017 with a lineup of more than two dozen bands, led by Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, A Day To Remember, Stone Sour, Halestorm and more.
“After an incredible inaugural event last year, we decided to turn it up a notch in 2017 and expand High Elevation to two days,” comments Joe Litvag, Executive Producer of the festival for AEG Presents. “Now we’ve got 25 of the very best-in-class artists like Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, and Black Veil Brides performing more than 18 hours of music for the hard rock fans of the Rocky Mountain region to celebrate!”
All tickets for High Elevation Rock Festival include admission for both Friday night and Saturday. Ticket prices are as follows:
General Admission Pit (includes Marjorie Park VIP Access and Premier Parking): $225
General Admission Seated (Sections 1 & 2): $129
General Admission Lawn: $99proven they’re one of the best in the rock industry
After their self-titled 1994 debut and introducing the rock world to ‘the rise of nu-metal’s whomping pain-stomp‘ Korn has made a lasting mark and proven they’re one of the best in the game over and over again. Their stage presence is one of a kind and their legion of fans, both old and new, will tell you no different. And if you haven’t seen them live, Saturday will be your chance.
Friday night’s headliner, Five Finger Death Punch, is celebrating their 10th anniversary this year after making their debut with the 2007 album, The Way of the Fist. Ivan Moody, who recently entered rehab for addiction issues, released this statement:
“I love you guys and I love my band… It’s what I do and I can’t imagine my life without it. I am 100% committed to getting healthy so I can get back on stage with Five Finger Death Punch. See all you Knuckleheads on August 19th!!”