Miss Rocklahoma 2013 Contest Gets Under Way March 15

As previously announced, Rocklahoma — proud to be presented by Bud Light — will celebrate its seventh year May 24, 25 and 26 with a stellar rock lineup including Guns N’ RosesAlice In ChainsKorn and many more.

The three-day camping festival will feature the top current active rock artists and classic bands at the “Catch the Fever” Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma.

The Miss Rocklahoma competition returns this year. From March 14 through April 12, contestants can enter for a chance to be crowned Miss Rocklahoma 2013 by uploading their photo and information at rocklahoma.com. The top 10 women who best embody the rock and roll spirit of Rocklahoma will be announced at www.rocklahoma.com April 19.

From April 19 to May 10, rock fans from around the world can vote online for their favorite Miss Rocklahoma contestant. The top five finalists — revealed May 15 — will take part in an onstage competition at Rocklahoma on May 24, with one contestant being crowned the winner and ambassador for Rocklahoma 2013.

Rocklahoma organizers continue to offer fan-friendly ticket prices for the three-day weekend rock event that features more than 70 artists on four stages. Three-day general admission tickets are still available for $99 plus fees, and three-day VIP tickets can be purchased for as low as $325 plus fees through Monday, March 18. Beginning Tuesday, March 19, at 10 a.m. CST, three-day general admission ticket prices will increase to $125 plus fees and three-day VIP reserved tickets will increase to $350 plus fees. Rocklahoma 4-packs will increase to $369.  Groupie, Roadie and Rockstar VIP package prices will remain the same.

For a detailed list of 2013 Rocklahoma ticket options, VIP packages and amenities, visit www.rocklahoma.com. Camping tickets may be purchased by calling the Rocklahoma Camping Office at 866-310-2288 or emailing info@feverfest.com. The campgrounds will open Sunday, May 19, and will remain open through Tuesday, May 28.

 

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