Philadelphia, you're about to get rocked! The 2015 Monster Energy Rock Allegiance Festival is set to hit Philly's PPL Park on Saturday, Oct. 10, for a hard rocking day of music, craft beer and gourmet man food showing off the best of what makes Philadelphia rock.

The festival is set to feature music from the likes of frontline acts like Rob Zombie, Korn, GodsmackFive Finger Death Punch and Papa Roach, with Bring the Horizon, In This Moment, Hollywood Undead, Pop Evil, the reunited Atreyu and more making sure to leave their mark on the city.

Plus, you'll find the new supergroup Saint Asonia, along with Nothing More, Butcher Babies, Art of Dying, Glorious Sons, The Temperance Movement, Charm City Devils, Devour the Day, From Ashes to New, Unlocking the Truth, Dorothy and more playing the massive festival. And, if that's not enough, you can expect the mighty Steel Panther to rock the official after-show party right after Zombie's festival-closing set. Check out a video from the band teasing the after-show bash here.

Festival producer Danny Wimmer states, "Monster Energy Rock Allegiance is a celebration of everything that is ROCK culture. The event will celebrate Philadelphia’s unique culture featuring the most popular craft beers from the region and a “Philly” themed Gourmet Man Food experience showcasing cuisine from top restaurants, iconic food trucks, and our favorite dives in the area. I couldn’t be more excited to work alongside Live Nation and Global Spectrum in bringing Rock Allegiance to Philadelphia.”

Fans will also get to engulf fine Philly cuisine and wash it all down at the Craft Beer Village. Some of the craft beer partners include Victory, Troegs, Star Hill, Fordham & Dominion, Evolution and New Belgium, while the initial list of food vendors includes Braz-BQ, Chickie and Pete's, The Cow and the Curd, Dos Hermanos, Dump N Roll, Jim's Steaks, M.A.T.T.'s Food Truck, Mama's Meatballs, Seoulfull Philly and Sum Pig.

Tickets for the event, along with VIP packages and more, are available here.


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