TESLA, STEPHEN PEARCY, BULLETBOYS Confirmed For SOUTH TEXAS ROCK FEST

TESLA, STEPHEN PEARCY and BULLETBOYS have been confirmed for the first annual South Texas Rock Fest, set to take place on July 11-13 (the same weekend as the similarly themed Rocklahoma festival in Pryor, Oklahoma) at the Javelina Harley-Davidson Festival grounds in San Antonio, Texas.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

QUEENSRCHE
DOKKEN
TESLA
Y&T
STEPHEN PEARCY
SKID ROW
L.A. GUNS
FASTER PUSSYCAT
HELIX
THE GODZ
FIREHOUSE
PRETTY BOY FLOYD
BULLETBOYS
BANG TANGO
HOUSE OF LORDS
JACKYL

The South Texas Rock Fest venue covers over 50 acres and includes FREE parking, FREE camping and NO city ordinances!

One-day, three-day (includes FREE camping) and three-day VIP tickets (includes food, beer and front section seating) go on sale April 4.

For more information, visit www.southtexasrockfest.com.

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