Rock Fest Fridays are the best Fridays. These bands will experience that at the Who’s On Top Stage on July 19. Here’s what you can expect.
With a combination of modern active rock and the traditional attitude of the culture’s trailblazers, Asking Alexandria has cultivated a career of top singles, viral music videos, sold out headlining shows and more. The band is bringing their hit anthems to the Who’s On Top Stage at 9:50pm.
A sonic wrecking ball. That’s one way to describe Bad Wolves. Their debut album DISOBEY features an array of styles. Drummer John Boecklin says, “we really spread our wings and had no problem tearing down any walls when it came to stylistic traits.” Be ready for one hell of a show when Bad Wolves takes the stage at 7:25pm.
I See Stars doesn’t worry about sticking to one genre. Their latest album, TREEHOUSE, has the Michigan quartet combining Hard Rock, Metallic Energy and Electronic Dance Music. And it’s an album they felt like they’ve been meant to make. Check out their genre-bending set at 5:15pm.
Helivs singer Cristina T. Feliciano is the former lead singer of Oblivious Signal. While bass player Frank Faccioli is a former bass player for Alicia Keys and Jeremy Camp. Now joining forces, Helivs uses their past to experiment and create their own sound. Be at the Who’s On Top Stage at 3:20pm to hear that sound.
Minneapolis-based Störmbreaker is looking to bring new life to the arena rock sound. Heavily influenced by the great hair metal and glam metal bands of the 1980’s, Störmbreaker delivers an original approach to Hard Rock in their songs, and on stage. Catch their high-energy performance at 1:40pm.
Formed in 2012, SIN7 has been bringing their energetic, in-your-face performances to crowds for the last 7 years. SIN7 has carefully placed every note, lyric and rhythm in each song to complement one another. SIN7 is bringing their impressive stage show to Friday’s After Party at 12:50am.
Georgia-based Days to Come‘s main message is positivity. The Hard Rock band uses pop-styled vocal melodies with heavier, intricate instrumentation, and solid songwriting to do just that. Days to Come‘s dynamic performance will get the Who’s On Top performances going at 12:15pm.
FRIDAYS ARE FOR LIVE MUSIC
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