The inaugural Food Truck & Rock Carnival lineup already looked pretty solid, but some pretty impressive additions have come on board to flesh out the lineup. Three Days Grace, Black Label Society and Anthrax are among the top acts newly added to the event.

You'll also find Clutch, Sevendust, Crobot, Like a Storm, Stephen Pearcy, King's X, Gilby Clarke, Edgar Cayce and Prophet joining the festivities. The lineup already featured Godsmack, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, Stone Temple Pilots, Skid Row, Skillet, Puddle of Mudd, Otherwise, Kix, Faster Pussycat, Slaughter, L.A. Guns and Lita Ford, plus the tribute bands Voyage - Tribute to Journey, Almost Queen, Ozzmosis, Judas Priestess, RATM2 and Schism.

The Food Truck & Rock Carnival takes place Sept. 18-20 at Clark, New Jersey's Oak Ridge Park. In addition to the music, fans can experience a classic carnival vibe, complete with over 40 food trucks and beer gardens where craft beers are available. Whether it's thai food, cajun, seafood, pizza, desserts, soups, waffles ... there's a little bit for everyone. Check out the food lineup here. As for the brewers involved with the craft beers, details will be revealed shortly, but those interested can keep up here.

Fans can also check out a pro wrestling exhibition, with a Junior Wrestlers boot camp featuring legends Jake "The Snake" Roberts and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan. Plus there's a comedy area with Don Jamieson, Jim Florentine, Big Jay Oakerson, Rich Vos and Vinnie Brand. You can also check out the "Hell on Wheels" BMX stunt show, illusionist Jason Bishop and hypnotist Dan Candell. For ticketing package info, check here. The daily lineups can be viewed below.

Friday, Sept. 18:

Tribute Stage
Voyage - Tribute to Journey
Almost Queen
Judas Priestess

Saturday, Sept. 19:

Main Stage
Three Days Grace
Black Label Society
Puddle of Mudd
Skid Row
Faster Pussycat
Stephen Pearcy
Kings X
Gilby Clarke
Edgar Cayce

Tribute Stage

Sunday, Sept. 20:

Main Stage
Stone Temple Pilots
Like a Storm
L.A. Guns
Lita Ford

Tribute Stage

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