Uproar Festival

Godsmack, Shinedown + Adelitas Way Singers Discuss Uproar Tour Life + Rock’s Staying Power
Godsmack, Shinedown + Adelitas Way Singers Discuss Uproar Tour Life + Rock’s Staying Power
As the summer gives way to fall, it's good to know that there's still some good times to be had and solid hard rock to be consumed at the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival. The trek just launched, but before things got underway singers Sully Erna from Godsmack, Brent Smith from Shinedown, and Rick DeJesus from Adelitas Way took part in a chat about the event at the Rockstar Uproar festival web
Shinedown Unleash Rock Revolution in Manchester, N.H. – Review and Photos
Shinedown Unleash Rock Revolution in Manchester, N.H. – Review and Photos
Shinedown recently launched a revolution to bring rock music back to the forefront. With frontman Brent Smith leading the charge, he challenged fans to stand up and put their fists in the air for rock and with the band’s latest release ‘Amaryllis’ now out, Smith and Shinedown are proving to be worthy adversaries for the cause.
Dates Unveiled for 2012 Uproar Festival Tour Led by Shinedown, Godsmack, Staind + Papa Roach
Dates Unveiled for 2012 Uproar Festival Tour Led by Shinedown, Godsmack, Staind + Papa Roach
If you’ve been anxiously awaiting the tour dates and locations of the third annual Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival, today’s the day! Loudwire has the exclusive early look at the dates for the 30-show run in August and September, so check them out below to find out when the massive rock extravaganza will be hitting your 'hood.
Hurricane Irene Threat Forces Uproar Festival Date Change
Hurricane Irene Threat Forces Uproar Festival Date Change
Sunday’s scheduled Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival tour stop in Mansfield, Mass., has been pushed back to Tuesday due to the severe weather that could result if Hurricane Irene makes its way through the area. Avenged Sevenfold, Seether, Three Days Grace, Bullet for My Valentine, Sevendust and Black Tide are among the bands on the bill of the Uproar Festival, which kicks off tomorrow in Camde