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Rock on the Range (ROTR) is one of the biggest annual rock fests of Ohio, featuring some of rock music's biggest artists. Don't miss this year's ROTR lineup! Buy your Rock on the Range tickets now!
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Bad Reviews? ROTR has grown up
By Amazonnn from Midland, MI on 2/9/2012
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Acts, Great Lighting, Great Sound, Great Value
Cons:
All day-can't leavebreak, Not too many food choices
Best For:
Adults

I have attended ROTR two years in a row, and just bought tickets for a 3rd year. I know that in it's first year there were a ton of complaints. I wasn't there. However, I was SO impressed with the 2010 ROTR and enjoyed 2011. It is an amazing value to see SO many bands. The cheaper tickets (where you can't go on the field) are actually great, as you get to sit down. The field tickets let you do both and this is the first year we are buying those. It is a nice, long weekend full of rock. You have SO many options and the main stage is shared with an eclectic mix of rock and roll. BY FAR, this is our favorite concert that has more than one main act. ROTR 2010 was my first experience with Rob Zombie and he puts on the MOST AMAZING show. The tickets are worth it for THAT show alone. It's more than a concert with him. It's an experience, a movie, a horror show...amazing. Just a tip - DO NOT BRING YOUR CHILDREN. This is a rock concert and is all weekend, the onyl bad experiences I've had is when people bring their kids! You cannot leave the grounds, so don't forget to bring a small backpack (SMALL, they don't let big bags in) with some water and snacks. Stuff is a bit pricey, but it's a concert. Don't drive there, take a taxi if you can. We come from Michigan and make the drive, there area ton of hotels that are like 4 miles away and a 10.00 cab ride - worth it. The vendors are fun, and the side stages over the last two years have evolved to have bigger names mixed with smaller/newcomers and the layout no longer makes the side stages (that play simultaneously sometimes) compete. You get to do meet and greets if you are willing to give up your time and wait in a line....for most concerts, except the ones late at night. Totally amazing value and we've been to dozens and dozens of concerts. We make the drive, and spend the money. However, Friday night - they tried to make it mroe of a fan experience in 2012 and frankly, its not worth it (its free with your tix, so can't really complain)... we aren't attending it this year. And FYI, I know this is odd, but stay Friday night, you cant' check into hotels until 3/4pm so you may end up missing a lot of Saturday's earlier bands if you wait to check in. PS. get out of your taxi right at the entrance and walk the few blocks in. Or you'll pay 20.00 to sit in a long line. If you ARE parking ther,e get there SUPER early.

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Great Show
By BGS from Michigan on 5/19/2010
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It
Cons:
Some sets not long enough
Best For:
Adults

I went to ROTR in 2009. It was an outstanding show. The 3 stage setup was great and set times were staggered well so that you can see a lot of the bands. Where else can you go to see that many great bands in one event? The only issue I had was that maybe there were too many bands. Some set times were short, because of the limited amount of time available to keep the show rolling. It was a great event though, and I will be back again!

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ROTR- awesome fest! not to be missed!
By jDub from Chicago on 5/7/2010
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence
Best For:
Adults

This is, hands-down, one of the best rock festivals in the United States. Went last year and am going again this year. The only gripe is the food vendors were kind of pricey but that's to be expected with a festival. Everything else went smoothly and was well organized. You didn't have to search for the beer vendors and there was barely ever a line for the girls bathroom. The lineup last year was perfect and this year is awesome too. The side stages give you the opportunity to get up close and check out some new talent. The main stage gets crowded but there's just as much of a party further back. Can't wait!

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Great concert
By Britt from maybe ,WV on 3/6/2010
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It
Best For:
Adults

It was all Good!!!!!

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Rock on the Range Festival Tickets

Rock on the Range is a celebration of the best contemporary rock music, held alternatively in Columbus, Ohio, at the Crew Stadium and Winnipeg, Manitoba, at the Canad Inns Stadium. The annual music festival features some of the biggest names in rock, such as Guns N’ Roses, Avenged Sevenfold, Smashing Pumpkins, Korn and more. Rock on the Range tickets are your pass to an entire weekend of non-stop hard-rocking fist-pumping heart-pounding action.

The rock festival has a history of being much more than your standard rock concert. Along with an all-star lineup, Rock on the Range also is known to include a comedy tent and has featured comedians such as Jim Breuer, Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson.

The popular festival began in 2007 with rock legends ZZ Top and Papa Roach. Since then Rock on the Range has more than doubled in size - and it doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. The lineup consistently spans all genres of rock from classic to heavy metal, ensuring there will be a band for every taste. Rock fans of every stripe are sure to have a great time at this weekend-long event.