The heartland's newest major music festival-KANROCKSAS, a music, art & camping gathering that combines a world-class music experience highlighting, rock electronic, indie, urban, pop and singer/songwriter artists--has announced its complete line-up. The two-day festival, set for Friday, June 28 and Saturday, June 29 at the Kansas Speedway® in Kansas City, KS, will feature:
KANROCKSAS made its debut in the summer of 2011 and took a hiatus in 2012 to allow the festival's home, the Kansas Speedway®-- located in the burgeoning Village West area of Kansas City--undergo a significant facelift including major infield renovations and the opening of Hollywood Casino. It introduced Midwest music lovers and fans from around the globe to a top-tier music festival experience spurred by headliners Eminem and Muse, along with national and local musicians representing virtually every genre. As the first major music event to take place at Kansas Speedway®, festival organizers succeeded in creating a one-of-a-kind experience and fans can expect nothing less in 2013.
A limited amount of two-day passes are available now for $175.00, with camping passes discounted to $25.00. The fees will rise in the coming weeks so purchasing tickets and camping passes early is encouraged.
KANROCKSAS is also offering a hassle-free VIP experience ticket. This includes a VIP parking area with private entry to the festival, a locker to store valuables and access to private, elevated viewing areas with great sight-lines at two inside track stages, the "Chill Lounge," a shaded seating area w/private bar, air conditioned premium restrooms, a VIP food program and much more.
Line-up so far
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Empire of the Sun
Family of the Year
Machine Gun Kelly
She & Him
Sublime with Rome
The Avett Brothers
Twenty One Pilots
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
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