AMT Concerts presents Lancaster’s biggest event of the summer with their brand-new festival, ROCK AT THE PARK. This all-ages event takes place Saturday, July 21, beginning at 11am, at Clipper Magazine Stadium in Lancaster, PA, and will be filled with music and activities.
In addition to featuring sets by Fuel, Eve 6, Sister Hazel, Long Beach Dub Allstars, and Fastball, there will be plenty of food and beer/wine (from over 20 local brewers!) available for purchase, a DJ spinning hits between sets, and plenty of fun activities to keep the party going. Also performing will be regional favorites The Jellybricks (2x winner of the “coolest song in the world” by Steve Van Zandt) and Gentleman East (featuring former members of The Badlees and Breaking Benjamin), with more artists to be announced in the coming weeks.
ROCK AT THE PARK festival is not only filled with music, but will provide ample opportunities for fun including mechanical bull riding, a log slammer, a dunk tank, and the kids play area, complete with various inflatables, a carousel, and other activities, will be open for our guests. Concession and specialty stands will offer a wide variety of foods and beverages for sale like pizza, burgers, fries, BBQ, soft pretzels, and ice cream, and over 20 craft beers and wines to choose from, in addition to unique offerings exclusively available at Rock At The Park.
This general admission, rain or shine event will be held at Clipper Magazine Stadium, 650 North Prince Street, Lancaster.
Fuel formed in 1993 while playing the club circuit in and around Harrisburg, PA. Their critically lauded, debut album, Sunburn, provided the massive hit single “Shimmer.” Fuel’s second album, Something Like Human, hit multi-platinum status driven by the singles “Innocent” and “Hemorrhage,” which remained at #1 for ten weeks. Natural Selection found success at radio again with the hit song “Falls On Me,” with Puppet Strings’ first single, the driving, hypnotic “Soul To Preach To”, helping the album enter the Billboard rock charts at #1.Watch Video
Southern California pop-punk trio Eve 6 formed in 1995 while the trio were just teenagers, then inked a deal with RCA Records before they’d finished high school. The band issued the self-titled Eve 6 in 1998, attaining platinum success with hit singles “Inside Out” and “Leech,” the former capturing the #1 spot on the Modern Rock charts and crossing over successfully to Top 40 radio. More widespread recognition came with gold-selling sophomore effort Horrorscope, which spawned radio gems “Promise,” “On The Roof Again,” and the universal prom and MTV anthem “Here’s To The Night”.Watch Video
For more than 20 years, the five friends who form Sister Hazel have combined elements of acoustic rock, folk, and jangle pop to forge an earthy melodic sound that highlights their vocal harmonies. “All for You” topped the adult alternative charts during the summer of 1997 and the success propelled the album to platinum status. Their newest album, Lighter In The Dark, ties together the many threads that make up the band’s tapestry: the restless, road-hungry rush of “Fall Off The Map” and “Run Highway Run,” the deep-country dive of “Prettiest Girl At The Dance,” the sentiment and swagger of “Take It With Me,” and the exhilaration of romance on a shoestring with the album’s debut single, “We Got It All Tonight.”Watch Video
The dub/ska/rock band Long Beach Dub Allstars formed in 1996 after the members previous group, Sublime disbanded. LBDAS hits include “Sunny Hours,” and “Trailer Ras” and their albums Right Back and Wonders of the World are considered classics. The band released it’s first two singles in over 15 years last Fall, and is working on more new music that they say is true to their roots. Members include “Ras MG” Goodman on drums, Michael “Miguel” Happoldt on guitar, Opie Ortiz on vocals, Jack Maness on keys, Tim Wu on horns, Edwin Kampwirth on bass, and Roger Rivas of The Aggrolites on organ.Watch Video
Since bursting onto the scene in 1996, The Jellybricks have released six albums and have played hundreds of shows, sharing stages with notable acts including Live, Goo Goo Dolls, Fuel, and Barenaked Ladies. Their songs have twice been named the “Coolest Song in the World” by Little Steven Van Zandt on his Sirius/XM Underground Garage radio show, with their song “Rock ’n’ Roll Suicide” going on to win the number one “Coolest Song of the Year” slot in a listener-voted poll.Watch Video
While CAROUSEL KINGS was founded by singer David Alexander years ago, it was a couple of years until this revolving door line-up of friends, playing for camaraderie and fun, started to really focus on the band as a nationally touring act. The band released their debut album A Slice of Heaven on Lancaster’s own CI Records in 2012, followed by an EP Road Warrior later that year. CAROUSEL KINGS then recorded a Spanish version, as well as Reggaeton version of the single “Baby” (from A Slice of Heaven). A couple other EPs and singles followed on CI, and their tenure with the label culminated in the release of the highly celebrated second full-length album Unity in 2014. Soon thereafter, the CAROUSEL KINGS were truly united with the permanent addition of bassist, and Ephrata, PA native, Cody Williams and New Jersey natives Will Barovick on guitar and Danny Wilkins on drums.
It’s been a non-stop road trip for CAROUSEL KINGS as the band toured The U.S., Europe, and Asia extensively, performing with Panic! At The Disco, Less Than Jake, Rise Against, City Lights, Ice Nine Kills, Our Last Night, Plain White T’s, The Pink Spiders, and much of the 2015 & 2017 Vans Warped Tours.
“A whimsical, emotional and introspective rollercoaster” – ROLLING STONE
“One of 2017’s best albums” – ROCK SOUND
“Early contender for punk album of the year – HEAVY
Catchy, compelling tunes such as “We’re On Our Way,” “Behind The Sun,” “Best Friend,” “Love Comes In Waves,” and “I Will Never Let You Down” from Fastball’s new 12-song album, Step Into Light, continue the band’s longstanding legacy of infectious songcraft and pointed lyrics. Step Into Light extends and expands Fastball’s widely-loved body of work, which encompasses such acclaimed albums as Make Your Mama Proud, All the Pain Money Can Buy (which spawned the Grammy-nominated Top Five hit “The Way”,) The Harsh Light of Day, Keep Your Wig On, and Little White Lies.Watch Video
Every undiscovered band claims to be the greatest thing youʼve never heard. The Great Enough doesnʼt do that. Instead, this impassioned band from Philadelphia prefers to focus on what they are:
Their particular brand of vital, intense rock and roll has drawn comparisons to artists as varied as Foo Fighters, Muse, King Of Leon, and The Killers. Draw your own conclusions. The Great Enough is not
interested in self-labeling. They want you to decide, for yourself, what they mean to you.
If we are to let the music speak for itself, it will tell you that these guys work hard and care deeply. That they are exploring the human experience in as honest a way as they are able. That they want to laugh with us, and rage with us; they want to feel our loneliness and our exultation; that they want to roar.
Everything else is up to you.Watch Video
Rock at the Park features a day-long lineup of celebrated rock acts on one giant stage. Add in some giant screens, amazing set break music by one of the area’s best DJs, and additional local artist, and you have a day that will be music to your ears.
The event takes place inside the beautiful Clipper Magazine Stadium, and all of the areas will be open, including the kids play area, complete with various inflatables, a carousel, and other activities! We’ve kicked it up a notch with a mechanical bull, dunk tank and more right on the field. Plus, all seats are GA, so take some time to kick up your feet and enjoy the atmosphere at any open seat.
We’re amping up the eats at Rock at the Park! All concession stands will be open, and we’re adding a number of locations to grab a bite or drink throughout the stadium for this event, so lines will be quick. Plus, the Broken Bat deck will have over 20 local breweries and wineries such as Troegs, Lancaster Brewing Company, and more.
General Admission and special add-on's available for purchase below. Supplies are limited so don't delay!
Full day GA ticket.
Save $20 by purchasing early!
Discount offer expires April 22.
Advance Ticket Price
Full day GA advance ticket price.
Save $10 by purchasing before the event date.
Offer expires July 20.
Totally Sweet Suite Add-On
Suite level center room with private bar and pinball area
Total add-on’s available for this location: 200
Includes: Limited edition Rock at the Park lanyard, full day access to the air conditioned, private suite, exclusive bar is conveniently located inside suite, easy access to private restrooms, over a dozen fun pinball machines and more!
Price: $75 per ticket (GA admission to Rock at the Park must be purchased separately)
Rockin' Right Field Add-On
Right field tent area
Total add-on’s available for this location: 275
Includes: Limited edition Rock at the Park lanyard, full day access to private tent area and one seat in this location. Enjoy protection from the sun or rain, an unmatched view of the video-board which will display the stage all day, easy access to craft beer area as well as the stadiums catering options.
Price: $35 per ticket (GA admission to Rock at the Park must be purchased separately)
Rock At The Park is proud to announce a partnership with Attollo, a non-profit, intense college prep/leadership program of Children Deserve a Chance Foundation (CDAC).
A portion of the day’s proceeds, along with additional funds collected during specific hours at the dunk tank activity, will be donated to Attollo/CDAC. Taking his turn getting “soaked for the students” by sitting atop the dunk tank waters will be none other than Attollo’s own Jordan Steffy, among others.
CDAC’s mission is to support success-oriented youth from primarily under-represented communities in their pursuit of academic achievement, empowerment, and social engagement. Based on the belief that “Dreams Don’t Work Unless You Do,” Attollo scholars receive the mentorship and resources necessary to triumph as leaders at their schools and communities.
Thanks to all who attended, the nearly 50 bands that entered, and especially the team at iheartmedia and everybody at Tellus360!
The Great Enough beat out She Pulled The Trigger, and The Earl’s Court and will perform at Rock At The Park on July 21.
Rock at the Park festival will take place Saturday, July 21 from 11am to 11pm at Clipper Magazine Stadium in Lancaster, PA. We encourage all guests to arrive the earlier the better, so as not to miss anything.
All ticketholders must pass through security and are subject to bag inspection. Prohibited items will be confiscated by event staff.
Rock at the Park is a rain or shine event.
Tickets are available for sale at the AMT Box Office located at 2425 Lincoln Hwy East, Lancaster, PA. Tickets can be purchased in-person, by phone at 800-648-4102, or online at AMTconcerts.com or RockatthePark.com. For your own protection, we strongly encourage ticket purchase from our official web site and not a third-party ticketing provider.
Tickets are NON-TRANSFERABLE, NON-EXCHANGEABLE and NON-REPLACEABLE.
No re-entry is allowed.
While all artists are confirmed to play Rock at the Park, artists are subject to change without notice. Refunds will not be issued if an artist cancels.
Subsequent and/or multiple presentations of counterfeited tickets are VOID and will be seized by festival security staff.
This is an all-ages event. Children 2 and under get in free with a ticketed adult.
We offer 100% ticket protection in the event that you cannot attend the festival for a covered reason. This feature can be added to your order during the purchase process for online orders only. Click here for more details on this option.
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Yes, Rock at the Park welcomes fans of all ages.
Children 2 and under get in free with a ticketed adult.
Guests must be 21 or older to purchase alcohol.
Dining and beverage options will be provided exclusively by Clipper Magazine Stadium. This year, in addition to Hess’s BBQ, they’ve partnered with over 20 local craft breweries and wineries to enhance their regional cuisine.
Multiple water stations will be on-site providing complimentary water for guests to refill throughout the day. Water bottles will also be available for sale for guests at the concessions areas.
There will be multiple locations throughout the stadium to purchase beer and wine. Guests need to be 21+ with a valid I.D or passport.
Safety and security are a priority. On-site security and emergency medical staff will be available at the festival. If you need assistance, go to the medical area, or look for a security officer or staff member.
Security Screening & Entry
Guests and their belongings are subject to search upon entry. You can help keep the lines moving quickly by leaving large bags at home.
The following items are allowed:
The following items are PROHIBITED:
Getting to Clipper Magazine Stadium (650 North Prince Street, Lancaster):
Clipper Magazine Stadium will not be charging an on-site fee to park at their 1200 spaces in nearby lots.
Clipper Magazine Stadium (511 total spaces, includes handicapped parking)
Armstrong/Liberty Place (700 spaces)
Located in the heart of Lancaster city, there are ample opportunities to access the location via public transportation. Red Rose Bus stops just outside of Clipper Magazine Stadium, and the Lancaster Amtrak station is a short walk from the stadium’s entrance.
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Craigslist, StubHub & Scalping
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If you want 100% confidence in your ticket purchase, you should only purchase your tickets on our site HERE. Also, in the event of festival cancellation, your tickets will only be refunded when purchased through our official web site.
Rock at the Park is a rain or shine event.
Ticket is for Rock at the Park, not for a specific artist. Artists and schedule subject to change without notice. Artist cancellation is not grounds for refund. The ticket is a revocable license for the time/date listed on the ticket.
“Management” means concert producer, and its affiliates. Management reserves the right without the refund of any portion of the ticket purchase price, to refuse admission or to eject any person who fails to comply with the rules of the venue, local, state, or federal law or whose conduct is deemed illegal, disorderly, or offensive by Management. Persons entering the facility are subject to search for prohibited items. Ticket user bears all risks of personal injury incidental to the event, whether occurring before, during or after the event. Ticket user bears all risks, including cancellation of the event and of inclement weather. The resale or attempted resale of the ticket for a price higher than that appearing on the ticket is prohibited and if discovered will result in the ticket being voided without refund. The ticket may not be used for advertising promotion (including contests and sweepstakes), or other trade purposes without the express written consent of Management. Ticket user consents to Management’s use of their image or likeness incidental to any video display, transmission, or recording of the event.
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