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Rocklahoma Lineup Announced, Tickets on Sale

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Tickets went on sale and the performance lineup were announced Wednesday morning for one of Oklahoma's largest rock festivals.

Event organizers revealed the daily performance lineup for Rocklahoma Wednesday morning. The festival takes place at the "Catch the Fever" festival grounds in Pryor from May 24 through May 26.

According to a release from the organizers, the three-day camping festival features the top current active rock artists and class bands. General admission tickets went on sale this morning and are available in single, three-day and weekend packs.

Some of the groups and artists performing at the festival in May include:

Thursday - Sleepingwalking Home, Motortrain, Rocker Lips, Kingshifter

Friday - Guns N' Roses, Bush, Papa Roach, London's Dungeon

Saturday - Alice in Chains, Skillet, Emerald City, EchoFuzz, Sunset Riot

Sunday - Korn, Cheap Trick, Steel Panther, Heaven's Basement

The first round of the Miss Rocklahoma competition is underway through April 12, according to the release. Contestants can enter for a chance to be crowned Miss Rocklahoma 2013 by uploading their photo and information at www.rocklahoma.com.

For a detailed list of 2013 Rocklahoma ticket options, VIP packages and amenities, please visit www.rocklahoma.com. Camping tickets may be purchased by calling the Rocklahoma Camping Office at (866) 310-2288 or emailing info@feverfest.com.

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