News•March 22, 2017 10:44 AM ET•5,339 views
Clutch announces inaugural Earth Rocker Festival
Official press release: Clutch is pleased to announce their first annual Earth Rocker Festival at Shiley Acres in Inwood, WV on Saturday, May 20th. The lineup includes: Lucero, The Sword, Bad Seed Rising, Apollo's Prophecy, and the Frederick Maryland School of Rock band. Tickets for the festival are on sale now. The festival is a daytime event that has the parking field opening at 9am. Gates to the show open at 12 noon and music starts at 1pm. The festival ends at sunset with overnight camping permitted. Children under 12 are admitted free of charge. 10x10 pop up tents and lawn chairs are allowed inside designated festival concert areas. For more information on the line up, directions, camping, on site food and beverages available, hotel accommodations and all "Things You Should Know," visit www.shileyacres.net. "The first annual Earth Rocker Festival takes place at Shiley Acres, in West Virginia" states the band's front man Neil Fallon. "We played at Shiley Acres last year and it was a blast. Our intent is to have a really diverse bill. If all goes as planned, Earth Rocker Festival will continue as an annual event, hopefully growing in scope over the years." Guitarist Tim Sult adds "Enjoy the May weather in the best way possible- with a day of rock n roll in a West Virginia field!" Drummer Jean-Paul Gaster adds "Earth Rocker Festival is a great way to kick off summer! The green rolling hills of West Virginia will provide the backdrop for our inaugural music event. We wanted to create a musical experience that included a diverse line up of music. We are pleased to announce this year's line up includes our friends the Sword and the legendary Lucero. Come rock with us!" Shiley Acres is an outdoor concert venue located in Inwood, West Virginia. For 40 years Shiley Acres has seen many local and national acts grace it's stage.
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