The Rock Allegiance festival is returning to the Philadelphia area once again with over 20 bands set to perform across three different stages on Oct. 7. It's going to be a full day of rock and metal with Rob Zombie and Five Finger Death Punch topping the bill.

Rounding out the remainder of the lineup are Marilyn Manson, Halestorm, Mastodon, Gojira, In This Moment, Steel Panther, August Burns Red, Beartooth, Starset, Radkey, Bleeker, Badflower, DED, While She Sleeps, Black Map, Greta Van Fleet, He Is Legend, Biters and Them Evils with more announcements still to come.

This year's event will be held at the BB&T Pavilion and Wiggins Waterfront Park in Camden, N.J., just a few miles outside of Philly and across the Delaware River. "Philly-centric" food, craft beer, meet-and-greets, autograph signings and more will all be part of the Rock Allegiance festival experience.

Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Zoltan Bathory commented, “Rock Allegiance has become a staple on the U.S. festival circuit. It’s one of the coolest festivals out there for fans to discover new music and see their favorite bands live. We are excited to return this year to see our friends and fans in Philly. Don’t miss it! It will be another great one this year.”

"We are so excited about being a part of Rock Allegiance 2017," exclaimed Halestorm's Lzzy Hale. "We've been busy writing new music for our next record and have been missing the stage. We cannot wait to see all of you and give a loud offering to the rock 'n' roll gods!!"

Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, May 24 at noon ET at the festival's website as well as Live Nation. Options include VIP, reserved and general admission lawn at tiered prices. The VIP package includes seats in the 100 level of the Main Stage / Pavillion for the headlining four band performance, a commemorative VIP Rock Allegiance laminate, a dedicated entrance, VIP hang out areas and restrooms, special food and beverage options (additional purchase) and an exclusive VIP Afterparty.

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