Avenged Sevenfold and Alice In Chains top the lineup of over 35 bands for the first-ever Houston Open Air Festival, set for September 24-25 at NRG Park in Houston. The biggest rock experience in Texas – produced by Danny Wimmer Presents, the company changing the face of rock festival culture – will also feature performances from Deftones, Chevelle, Slayer and many more on three stages, plus Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Whiskey Row and Gourmet Man Food.
The band lineup for Houston Open Air includes: Avenged Sevenfold, Alice In Chains, Deftones, Slayer, Chevelle, The Cult, Ministry, Alter Bridge, Ghost, Anthrax, Pierce The Veil, Of Mice & Men, Sevendust, Baroness, Hellyeah, Chevy Metal, Buckcherry, Nothing More, The Amity Affliction, Max & Iggor Cavalera: Return To Roots, Avatar, letlive., Jim Breuer and the Loud & Rowdy, Texas Hippie Coalition, Young Guns, Starset, Sick Puppies, Skindred, Neck Deep, Sons Of Texas, KYNG, Twelve Foot Ninja, Gemini Syndrome, The Word Alive, Dinosaur Pile Up, September Mourning, and more.
A rolling discounted Early Bird on-sale for weekend General Admission tickets begins Tuesday, May 17 at Noon CDT at www.HoustonOpenAir.com. A limited quantity of Early Bird tickets will be available at the following prices, while supplies last:
Early Bird #1: $89.50
Early Bird #2: $99.50
VIP Weekend tickets will also be available for $234.50.
Single day and weekend tickets for Houston Open Air go on sale to the general public on Friday, May 20 at Noon CDT at www.HoustonOpenAir.com for the following prices:
Weekend GA: $109.50
Single-day GA: $69.50
Single-day VIP: $129.50
VIP Weekend: $234.50
All VIP tickets include: VIP entrance lanes into venue, access to VIP-only area featuring dedicated bar, beverage and food options (for additional purchase), VIP-only viewing area of Main Stage, dedicated restroom facilities, and a VIP-only commemorative laminate.
Hotel discounts for Houston Open Air are available through Curadora
For full details about all tickets, hotel and VIP packages, visit www.HoustonOpenAir.com.
In light of the recent flooding in the Houston area, a portion of the proceeds from all Houston Open Air tickets sold will benefit the Greater Houston Storm Relief Fund. The Greater Houston Storm Relief Fund was established by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner to accept flood relief donations that will stay in the Houston community and aid the victims of the recent storms. To donate or learn more, visit www.houstonrecovers.org.
Danny Hayes, CEO, Danny Wimmer Presents says, “Houston Open Air has been in the works for almost a year now. It’s awkward to announce a major music festival in a city that has experienced such recent hardship and, in fact, we delayed our announcements out of respect for what Houston has endured. But at the same time, our festivals are about highlighting the strengths (or sometimes the needs) of our host city. There’s no more important way to do that right now than to support Mayor Turner’s efforts to help Houston recover from this spring’s flooding and we will be incorporating this message throughout our launch campaign.”