CINDERELLA Pulls Out Of M3 ROCK FESTIVAL; L.A. GUNS, GREAT WHITE Step In

CINDERELLA has been forced to cancel its appearance at the M3 Rock Festival, set to take place on May 11-12 at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland. According to the festival organizers, CINDERELLA lead guitarist Jeff LaBar "is currently receiving attention for an unspecified medical condition and the band will be off the road through mid-June." Newly added to the bill are L.A. GUNS and GREAT WHITE.

In its fourth year, I.M.P. Presents M3 Rock Festival starts with the official M3 Kix-Off Party on Friday, May 11 at 7 p.m. The full-blown 2012 M3 Rock Festival begins Saturday, May 12 at 11 a.m.

Friday, May 11:

NIGHT RANGER
KIX
ENUFF Z'NUFF
IN THE PINK
LET THERE BE ROCK

Saturday, May 12:

QUEENSRŸCHE
L.A. GUNS
GREAT WHITE
RATT
SKID ROW
WARRANT
QUIET RIOT
DOKKEN
STRYPER
LOUDNESS
LYNCH MOB
XYZ
BANG TANGO
DRUM WARS
STREET LIGHT CIRCUS

For more information, visit www.m3rockfest.com.

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