DISTURBED, LIFE OF AGONY, ILL NINO, CLUTCH, DOPE, BLOODSIMPLE, DARKEST HOUR and GOD FORBID are among the bands confirmed for the Locobazooka! United We Rock! Music and Arts Festival 2005, set to take place September 18, 2005 at the Fitchburg Airport in Fitchburg, MA.
While major headliners are having difficulty selling out venues, Locobazooka!, in its 14th big year, continues to thrive. This annual event beats the odds year after year with their unusual airport venue, eclectic lineup of up-and-coming and nationally known acts and a ticket value that far exceeds the price. Only $39.95 for over 50 bands!
This year the festival will feature four stages full of rock, metal and punk, plus a new addition of a Metal Rave tent.
Over 50 bands will be performing at this year's main event. In addition to the signed acts performing at Locobazooka!, unsigned bands perform their best set list for a "new music"-hungry audience as an opportunity to showcase their talent and build their fan base. Teams of professional photographers will also be scouting Bazooka Babes: female concert attendees who will be announcing bands and be given a professional photo shoot to jumpstart their modeling careers.
Tickets to Locobazooka! festivities at the Fitchburg Airport event can be purchased online at Locobazooka.com.
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