Friday, March 30, 2018

Clutch announce second annual Earth Rocker Festival

Clutch have announced details for their second annual Earth Rocker Festival.

Billed after their 2013 album of the same name and set for Saturday, August 4 at Shiley Acres in Inwood, WV, the Maryland rockers will be joined by a lineup that includes Black Label Society, Corrosion Of Conformity, Eyehategod, and Let There Be Rock School band.

Like last year's inaugural offering, Shiley Acres and Clutch have worked together to make Earth Rocker Festival 18 a fan and band friendly event. The festival opens the gates at 12 noon and music runs all day ending right before the sun sets.

The festival has a designated camping location and will offer free camping on site the day and the night of the festival. Other fan friendly elements include free parking starting at 9am the day of the event, free admission for accompanied children under 12, and allows lawn chairs and pop up tents in designated areas.

“There will be plenty of good food, beer choices and all at reasonable prices,” says Shiley Acres owner Greg Shiley, “so come spend a summer afternoon enjoying the great bands and open air. We’ll make that real easy for ya”.

Tickets for the festival are $35 in advance and $45 at the gate the day of the festival and are on sale now here.

Full event details are available at

Clutch recently completed recording sessions for their forthcoming twelfth studio album; they worked on the follow-up to 2015’s “Psychic Warfare” with producer/engineer Vance Powell at Sputnik Sound studios in Nashville, TN.

The band will launch a series of spring US dates with an April 20 appearance at the Las Rageous Festival in Las Vegas, NV.

See also:

Clutch announce UK and European tour
Clutch announce spring US tour dates
Clutch complete sessions for new album
Clutch announce winter US tour
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