NewsMay 31, 2017 9:14 AM ET8,152 views

Louder Than Life 2017 lineup announced

Official press release: Ozzy Osbourne featuring Zakk Wylde, Prophets of Rage, Five Finger Death Punch, Rob Zombie and Incubus top the bill for the fourth annual Louder Than Life destination festival, Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1 at Champions Park in Louisville, KY. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 2 at Noon ET at Rock legend Ozzy Osbourne -- recently reunited with guitarist Zakk Wylde for the first time in over a decade – leads a Saturday bill that includes Five Finger Death Punch, Rob Zombie, Mastodon, and many more. Prophets of Rage -- bringing together the sonic firepower of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill, with members Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, Brad Wilk, Chuck D, B-Real, and DJ Lord – closes Louder Than Life on Sunday, joined by Incubus, Rise Against, Stone Sour and more. Produced by Danny Wimmer Presents, America's premier production company for rock music festivals, Louisville's Louder Than Life features a selection of award-winning bourbons, whiskey, spirits, craft beer, the best food Louisville has to offer, along with a powerful music lineup of rock legends and breaking talent performing on three stages. The festival celebrates the bourbon culture and culinary heritage of this unique American city. The full 2017 Louder Than Life music lineup: Ozzy Osbourne Prophets Of Rage Five Finger Death Punch Rob Zombie Incubus Mastodon Rise Against Stone Sour Halestorm Gojira The Pretty Reckless In This Moment Eagles of Death Metal Thrice Hollywood Undead Of Mice & Men Steel Panther Falling In Reverse Sleeping With Sirens Nothing More Beartooth Starset We Came As Romans Lacuna Coil Miss May I Radkey Bleeker While She Sleeps Greta Van Fleet Fire From The Gods '68 Badflower He Is Legend Black Map DED Through Fire Palisades Biters

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