The rescheduled line-up will include sets by Shinedown, Bush, Candlebox, 10 Years, Dirty Honey, Fozzy, Zero 9:36, Royal Bliss, and Dead Girls Academy, with more to be announced soon.
This year’s Earthday Birthday Music Festival will feature multiple live music stages along with The Colours Couture Tattoo and Competition Stage, The Mel’s Bad Girls Club Art Walk, Charity Row (highlighting local artists), the Earthday Birthday Number 27 Vendor Village and more.
Tickets are priced at $80 (GA Tickets), and $280 (4-pack GA tickets). Military/First Responders can get general admission tickets for $65.
Tickets already purchased for EDBD27 at the Central Florida Fairgrounds will be honored on new date.
Joining the headliner Shinedown on the mainstage will be rock legends Seether, Candlebox, Fozzy and Dirty Honey. This kicks off at 5pm inside.
The free show on the plaza will start at 2pm, and feature electrifying performances by rock’s fastest rising stars Ayron Jones and Zero 9:36, and will be hosted by 98ROCK’s Skratch N’Sniff.
There’s also a VIP ticket, which will grant early entry into an exclusive private acoustic performance by Candlebox, plus VIP early entry, entry into the VIP only party inside the exclusive Firestick Grill from 4pm to 6pm with finger foods and complimentary soda/water served, a 98ROCKFEST commemorative laminate, and the best seats in the house.
Ticket prices are $35 to $95, and VIP ticket packages are $225. They are available at AMALIEArena.com or Ticketmaster, and the prices do not include facility fee or service charges.
98ROCK, Tampa’s rock radio station, has announced the full lineup for its upcoming 98ROCKFEST on October 2 at AMALIE Arena in downtown Tampa.
Orlando’s rock radio station WJRR has announced a rescheduled date and the all-star lineup for its Earthday Birthday 27, which is returning to Orlando’s Tinker Field at Camping World Stadium on Saturday, October 9, 2021.
Get ready to rock out as Hinder and Candlebox roll their tour into the House of Blues on Sunday, October 13. Also on the bill are Devour the Day and Open Air Stereo.
Hinder came together in 2001, but it wasn’t until their 2005 debut, Extreme Behavior, that they had a nationwide hit with the #1 track, “Lips of an Angel.” That album sold over 3-million copies in the U.S., and last year, they released their fourth album, Welcome to the Freakshow, which I think is their best yet.
Candlebox formed in 1991, and went on to help define the 90s alt-rock music scene with hits like “Far Behind,” and “You.” Last year, they also released a new album, Love Stories & Other Musings, which featured nine new songs and re-recordings of five classic hits.
Tickets to this all ages show are $25 in advance, and $28 day of show. It’s an early show, with doors open at 5pm, and show start at 6pm.
House of Blues is located at Downtown Disney West Side at Walt Disney World in Orlando.