SAVING ABEL, DOKKEN, L.A. GUNS (featuring Phil Lewis), BLACK 'N BLUE, JACKYL, ARMORED SAINT and THE TEXAS HIPPIE COALITION have been confirmed for the inaugural Rock Gone Wild festival on August 20-23, 2009 in Algona, Iowa.
The festival billing is now shaping up as follows:
BLACK 'N BLUE
L.A. GUNS (featuring Phil Lewis)
PUDDLE OF MUDD
THE TEXAS HIPPIE COALITION
Rock Gone Wild marks the only festival appearance for SAIGON KICK — featuring Matt Kramer and Phil Varone — in 2009.
Rock Gone Wild will feature more than 50 bands on two stages over four days of hard rock and heavy metal. The festival promises four decades of rock n' roll debauchery at its finest!
Rock Gone Wild will take place at the Freedom Park festival grounds, located at 2507- 160th Avenue in Algona, Iowa. While Algona is a rural community, the area is close to many hotels and both the Des Moines and Minneapolis airports are easily accessible.
Visit www.rockgonewild.com for updated festival information.
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