Atreyu Reunites to Play Monster Energy's Aftershock Festival

posted by Alyssa Buffenstein on July 01, 2014

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Sacramento, CA -- The Monster Energy Aftershock Festival has expanded its lineup, adding four new artists to a roster that already included the likes of Weezer, The Offspring, Rob Zombie, and more.

Tech N9ne, Escape the Fate, and Islander have been added to the lineup, in addition to Atreyu, who will play their first show at Aftershock since going on hiatus in 2011. Check out the full lineup, separated by day, below.

This will be Aftershock's third incarnation. The rock-centric festival will once again take place at Sacramento's Discovery Park, continuing its tradition of bringing together the best of today's rock outfits who are cool with being sponsored by Monster Energy.

General admission tickets start at $109.50, and VIP tickets granting access to a VIP entrance, a lounge area with bar and food service, special viewing areas, and more, start at $224.50. Both are on sale now, along with bundled ticket deals and discounts for US military. Hotel packages are also available - take your pick from 2-person VIP packages to 4-person party weekend packages, all of which provide you with everything need to keep rockin' all weekend. 

Saturday Lineup: Weezer, The Offspring, Limp Bizkit, AWOLNATION, Chevelle, Tech N9ne, Bad Religion, Pepper, Black Label Society, Hellyeah, Memphis May Fire, Fuel, Dead Sara, Nothing More, The Last Internationale, Butcher Babies, Emmure, Sleepwave, Anti-Mortem, Eyes Set To Kill, Viza, Dig The Kid, Islander
Sunday Lineup: Rob Zombie, Godsmack, Five Finger Death Punch, Rise Against, Seether, Mastodon, Pennywise, Theory of a Deadman, Buckcherry, Of Mice & Men, We Came As Romans, Atreyu, Black Stone Cherry, Otherwise, KYNG, Escape The Fate, Lacuna Coil, Redlight King, We Are Harlot, Burn Halo, Crossfaith, New Medicine, Cilver

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Photos: Firefly 2014 Sunday, with Weezer