jakub | April 4, 2024

Stay Ready for Aftershock – The Festival Voice

Aftershock has announced its 12th return to Discovery Park, Sacramento on October 10-13th. The domineering rock festival has released a 4-day brutal lineup stacked with rock icons, staple performers, and some fresh faces. Aftershock 2024 is one you do not want to miss!! 

Following its sold-out 2023 season, Aftershock will return this Fall with its biggest roster yet. With a new 5th stage and 130+ bands, the logic-defying lineup features legendary headliners: 

Thursday: Pantera and an exclusive West Coast set by Slayer (1 of 3 in nearly 5 years)

Friday: Five Finger Death Punch and Slipknot

Saturday: Judas Priest and the singular U.S. festival appearance by Iron Maiden

Sunday: Mötley Crüe and Disturbed

In addition to the star headliners, the festival will feature four full days of performances from top artists; Evanescence, Breaking Benjamin, Staind, Falling in Reverse, Sleeping with Sirens, Halestorm, Seether, Hawthorne Heights, New Years Day, Insane Clown Posse, Grandson, Mastodon, Anthrax, Architects, Vended, Point North, Jeris Johnson and many others.

(Aftershock 2023 overhead shot, by Sam Shapiro)

Danny Wimmer, the producer of Aftershock, urges Sacramento to “Get ready” for Aftershock’s thunderous return as “the largest rock and metal festival ever put together in California”. The West Coast’s ultimate rock festival is introducing a 5th stage and expanding its lineup to a total of 130+ bands.

General Admission and VIP Passes are available now starting as low as $10 down. Also available are the JamPack Hotel Packages for travelers who want to save by bundling their festival passes, hotel as well as other services and merchandise. The festival’s staple shuttle services, Park & Ride, are also on sale; offered as daily or weekend bundle passes. 

For more information on Aftershock please visit:

Website: www.aftershockfestival.com

Instagram: @aftershockfestival 


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