USA: “ROCKLAHOMA” ANNOUNCES KROKUS TO PLAY FRIDAY JULY 11, 2008
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The Second Annual Rocklahoma to be held in Pryor, Oklahoma July 11-13 is one of the world’s premier Rock Festivals with tickets already having been sold from four out of the seven continents and forty nine of the fifty states! Rocklahoma is pleased to announce Switzerland’s KROKUS is signed on to play Friday, July 11th.
Today, KROKUS blends their new material with the established hits of the past in their live shows. The mixture of younger musicians with the established experience of 2 KROKUS veterans makes this line-up a dynamic powerhouse. There are not many rock singers these days that can handle a 3-octave range vocally. In fact, critics claim Marc Storace’s voice is stronger than ever. KROKUS is musically and visually a spectacle not to be missed. After 15 studio albums, 4 best-of and 2 live albums KROKUS is here to stay.
KROKUS' current lineup consists of Marc Storace (vocals), Mandy Meyer (lead guitar), Dominique Favez (rhythm guitar), Tony Castell (bass) and Stefan Schwarzmann (drums).
KROKUS, whose hit song “Screaming in the Night” helped to achieve the band super stardom, has been called Switzerland’s biggest Rock export! Twenty Five years after their triple platinum album “Headhunter” KROKUS return to the United States “live” in a big way.
Rocklahoma will be July 11th through 13th, 2008 at the Catch The Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Oklahoma with a special Thursday pre-party for those who have purchased three-day tickets. Currently there are a limited amount of VIP Tickets available for the three days for only $325 which includes free beer and food.
The facilities include over 6,300 assigned and numbered seats, as well as general admission on the lawn for over 40,000 people. The grounds also feature over 4,000 campsites, on site parking, bathroom facilities, a convenience store, and overnight security. Rocklahoma also has a Picture Alley that allows anyone in attendance to approach the stage during any performance and take photographs of their favorite artist at close range.
The public can also order tickets online at www.rockfeverfest.com or charge by phone at 1-866-310-2288.
Marc Storace somewhere on a stage in the USA during the 80's