'Rockstar Energy Mayhem' Hits Florida: Headbanging, Moshpits, Crowd-Surfing Footage Available

A three-minute video clip capturing all the madness of the July 30, 2008 stop of the 2008 Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida — including headbanging metal, moshpits, crowd-surfing and all the pumped up fans — can be viewed below (footage shot and edited by Teenlink).

Joining SLIPKNOT and DISTURBED on the Rockstar Energy Mayhem main stage are DRAGONFORCE and MASTODON. In addition, the tour has two second stages: one sponsored by Jägermeister and featuring AIRBOURNE, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH and 36 CRAZYFISTS. An additional second stage features MACHINE HEAD, BLACK TIDE, SUICIDE SILENCE, THE RED CHORD, and WALLS OF JERICHO.

Rockstar Energy Mayhem is produced by Warped founder Kevin Lyman, his partner on the Rockstar Taste Of Chaos tour John Reese, CAA's Darryl Eaton, and Jason Garner, Live Nation Chief Executive Officer of North American Music.


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