Day Three Concert Highlights From Rocklahoma 2012- Puddle Of Mudd, Queensryche, Hellyeah, Chickenfoot And More [PHOTOS]
Sunday: Day three (05-27-12) of Rocklahoma 2012 Sadly the last day of this mega three day, three stage live music festival in Pryor, OK. at the 'Catch the Fever Festival Fairgrounds'. Time flies when your partying your ass off and rocking all day, all night...Literally.
Sorry for the delay in getting these up, better late than never I guess. Between the festival and all the madness that goes with it, then all the storms at the end of the weekend really screwed things up. Alright, alright enough excuses. I'll get on with it!
It was another full day of non-stop rock that capped off the entire festival and 'Memorial Day' weekend with a big ass bang! It's taken this long just to give you an update on all the action from the final day. With all the stages and bands playing one after another we wanted to make sure we caught as much of it as we could, taking tons of pictures to share with you. It's a rough job but someone's gotta do it, and it might as well be me!
Day three started off on the Hard Rock stage at 4:00pm with Rains, then Charm City Devils. Aranda, another Oklahoma band that played this year's festival was a part of the line-up and kicked much ass! Art Of Dying played next with Hellyeah being the headliner of the Hard Rock stage for day three of Rocklahoma 2012 They opened with 'Cowboy Way' and didn't let up, not for a moment. They also played 'War In Me' the first single from the new album 'Band Of Brothers' due to be released on (07-17-12) We'll be seeing them again hopefully in OKC or Tulsa later this Summer in support of their new disk. Later that evening Falling in Reverse closed out the Hard Rock stage at 12:00pm ending yet another year of killer rock from the second stage.
Sunday on the Main stage for day three of Rocklahoma 2012 we saw Black Stone Cherry kicking it off at 4:35pm with Puddle Of Mudd next and Jackyl who put on a hell of a show! Queensryche took to the stage later that evening for an amazing set that included both new stuff and all the classics. The evening's headliner Chickenfoot closed out the stage and this year's Rocklahoma with an incredible performance! That was the first time I've ever seen them live and they didn't disappoint! While the entire band is made up of unbelievable musicians, for me it was all about Joe Satriani. He's the f#@kin' man! All in all it was a 'Memorial Day' weekend to remember and I'm already looking forward to next year.