So there is this little show going on just east of Columbus, Ohio….. You know, just a few bands and some friends. Sound good? Sure! But what if I told you that Rock on the Ranch is shaping up to be the biggest local music show of the year!
Let me give you the low down here cause the list of bands that are lined up to kick your ass is pretty damn deep.
Get your tickets through any of the bands for a DISCOUNTED price!!
Set Times for Friday are:
Divisions of Existence 4:45
Life Lies Bleeding 5:30
Betrayed by the Bullet 6:15
Silence the Ocean 7:15
The Admiralty 8:30
Die Tryin’ 9:30
(Special Guest TBA) 10:15
Plain Old Henry 11:00
Siege the Gates 2:15
30 Nights of Violence 3:45
Triad Eternal 4:30
Killing What Was 6:30
Lost 4 Now 8:30
Signal the Revolution 9:30
8lb Pressure 10:45
*NOTE: All set times are FINAL.
There’s a Rock festival happening in Central Ohio, and It’s going down Friday July 17th and Saturday July 18th.
20+ BANDS/ ALL AGES/ BYOB/ FREE CAMPING and CHEAP HOMEMADE FOOD!
50/50 RAFFLE &&& merch basket Raffles and TONS of other ways to WIN PRIZES! (Details coming soon!)
Gates open at Noon on Friday.
Get there EARLY! You won’t want to miss any of these LOCAL kickass bands!
I’m just going to throw in a few shots of a couple of my personal favorites here just for fun. Above is Derek Vosler of The Admiralty and below is Brandon Seymour of 8lb Pressure. Both local bands, both phenomenal. There are so many more bands that I KNOW will melt faces as well as some I haven’t heard yet. Looking forward to seeing them all first hand in what is shaping up to be a hella cool weekend.
I spoke to the promoters (Krisda Nicole Whiteman and Angel Nicole Gray) about why they were putting this show on, this is what they had to say:
Well, Angel and myself decided to put this show together on a whim, we just wanted to show our love and support for the local music scene. We had NO IDEA what we were getting ourselves into, since this IS the first show we’ve ever put together. Why not go big? Hah. It’s definitely been rough, but a major learning experience. It’s really opened our eyes a lot when it comes down to the nitty gritty of the music scene and we’ve just dealt with things as they arose, and kept in mind we were doing something for more than ourselves. We set out to show our support, and get all the other supporters and musicians out to have a good time and I have a good feeling about it.
There you have it folks. A perfect example of the love that Ohio has for it’s local music scene and the lengths that some folks will go to spread that love. If you see the girls out and about at the show give them a massive high five!
We’ll see you at Frontier Ranch this Friday and Saturday ZOMBIES!