One night is simply not enough for Rob Zombie, as the rocker has listened to the demand and added a second headlining performance for his inaugural Great American Nightmare attraction. In addition, he's also announced a charity auction as part of the Great American Nightmare festivities.

First off, the newly added date for the Great American Nightmare experience will take place Nov. 1 at the Pomona, Calif. FEARPlex with special guests Powerman 5000 and 45 Grave opening the show. There will also be a late night EDM after party with Destroid and Dirtyphonics. Zombie will also be playing the Nov. 2 headlining show with Eagles of Death Metal, Powerman 5000 and 45 Grave, with tickets currently available at the Great American Nightmare website.

In other Great American Nightmare news, Zombie has revealed that punk rock legend Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine and Agent Orange have joined the Halloween music lineup that already featured Andrew W.K., Modsun and Beware of Darkness. Tickets for the Oct. 31 show are also available via the Great American Nightmare website.

Zombie has also announced that there will be a Great American Nightmare charity auction taking place for the next two weeks. Beginning at 8PM PT tonight (Oct. 23) and running through Saturday, Nov. 2 at 8PM PT, the auction will benefit the Puppy Rescue Mission.

The prize item in this auction is Zombie's custom macabre-style 1967 Ford F-100 truck. The truck was recently featured on HISTORY's 'Counting Cars' series and is currently on display at the Great American Nightmare attraction for those who attend to check out. Those interested in bidding on the items from the auction should visit the eBay site at this location.

Check out our exclusive photos from the Great American Nightmare opening day festivities below: