Modern rock band FUEL will replace HINDER as the headline act on Saturday, July 10 at the Thunder Mountain Rockfest, the festival's organizers announced today. They regret any inconvenience this change may cause. The festival was informed that HINDER was canceling all of its July shows, including Thunder Mountain Rockfest, due to a schedule change.

"Having a band cancel just weeks before a show is never ideal," said festival manager Corey Hanson. "Thankfully, we were able to book FUEL as a headliner very quickly. We know the band is a great addition to the festival."

The rest of Thunder Mountain Rockfest's schedule remains unchanged and will feature great classic and modern rock acts, including THE GUESS WHO, GREAT WHITE, KIX, SURVIVOR, NIGHT RANGER, CAVO, DEFAULT, and more.

Thunder Mountain Rockfest is a three-day rock music festival located just north of Sawyer, North Dakota (14 miles southeast of Minot). Tickets are still available online at www.rockdakota.com.


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