Louder Than Life: Rob Zombie, Slash, Lynyrd Skynyrd Lead Strong Rock Lineup
Rob Zombie, ZZ Top, Shinedown, Slash, Godsmack, Bring Me The Horizon and legendary classic rock heroes Lynyrd Skynyrd are set to lead an impressive bill at the 2015 incarnation of Louder Than Life, the rock festival storming through downtown Louisville between Oct. 3-4.
The second annual LTL festival goes beyond the music for a celebration of culture and cuisine from the region will feature award-winning bourbons, spirits and “gourmet man food”. In an area rich with breweries and distilleries, the options are bound to be an adult wonderland this Fall.
In addition to music performances, Louder Than Life will feature live, in-ring matches with WWE’s NXT superstars, as well as interactive experiences such as artist autograph signings and beverage sampling, In 2014, over 40,000 people–including locals and the tens of thousands that traveled from around the U.S. and as far away as Australia, the Netherlands and South America–were in attendance for this one-of-a-kind experience. Check out the 2014 Louder Than Life video recap here.
Louder Than Life was curated by festival creator Danny Wimmer, whose golden touch has delivered us Rock on The Range, Welcome to Rockville, the Aftershock Festival, Northern Invasion and more. “It isn’t often that a lineup comes together to represent a multigenerational greatest hits playlist,” he explains of LTL,”but I think that is exactly what I was able to accomplish with the bands playing this year’s Louder Than Life. I’ve also been working hard with our participating chefs to add even more flavors and surprises to our selection of Gourmet Man Food. And with the very best that Louisville and the region has to offer from its distilleries and breweries, I am proud to say that this festival will have something for everyone.”
Check out the full-scale lineup for Louder Than Life 2015:
Discounted tickets, VIP, hotel and camping packages for Louder Than Life are available until later today at www.LouderThanLifeFestival.com. After that, regularly priced tickets are available. Two-day general admission starts at $99.50, while two-day VIP packages begin at $214.50. Single-day general admission is $69.50, with a single-day VIP available at $129.50.