Aftershock Festival—California’s biggest rock fest—returns to Sacramento in less than a month with a newly expanded three-day experience. Last year’s extravaganza welcomed a sold-out crowd of 60,000 fans, and this year’s show is expected to be even better, featuring a rad lineup of musicians and local food vendors.
Since the Aftershock Festival began in 2012, lineups have highlighted the musical talents of System of a Down, Deftones, Alice in Chains, Incubus, Godsmack, Shinedown, Ozzy Osbourne, Of Mice & Men, Mastodon, Avenged Sevenfold, Primus, Disturbed, and hundreds of other world-class rock stars.
Everything You Need to Know About Aftershock 2019
When is the 2019 Aftershock Festival?
The festival takes place Friday, October 11 through Sunday, October 13.
What time do the doors open?
Doors open at 12 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday.
Where is the Aftershock Festival?
The event takes place at Discovery Park in Sacramento.
How much are Aftershock tickets?
Single-day general admission tickets start at $120 for Friday and $135 for Saturday (single-day tickets for Sunday have already sold out). Grab your three-day general-admission weekend ticket for $329.50 before prices jump up to $350 and sell out.
Aftershock 2019 Lineup
While there are dozens of incredible performances to look forward to, each day features a handful of truly awe-inspiring musicians. As we wait for the set times to be announced two weeks before the festival, we’re getting amped up about the insane Aftershock lineup, which includes:
Friday, October 11
- Lamb of God
- Dropkick Murphys
- Sum 41
Saturday, October 12
- Blink-182 (from Poway)
- Rob Zombie
- Bring Me The Horizon
- Marilyn Manson
- Stone Temple Pilots (from San Diego)
- Bad Religion (from Los Angeles)
Sunday, October 13
- Tool (from Los Angeles)
- Korn (from Bakersfield)
- A Day to Remember
Grab your Aftershock Festival tickets, check out the Aftershock venue map, and start planning your festival weekend with our concert survival guide (after checking out the festival’s strict bag policy). Rock on!
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