Rock am Ring Germany
Rock am Ring
Rock am Ring
Nürburgring Grand-Prix Strecke 2, 53520 Nürburg, Germany
2nd - 4th June 2023
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About The Festival

The Rock am Ring and Rock im Park festivals are two simultaneous rock music festivals held annually. While Rock am Ring takes place at the Nürburgring race track, Rock im Park takes place at the Zeppelinfeld in Nuremberg.

Sharing nearly identical lineups, the two festivals are usually regarded as one event. All artists perform one day at the Nürburgring and another day in Nürnberg during the three-day event. There have been minor exceptions in the past years where an artist would be announced for one of the festivals only. Combined, Rock im Park and Rock am Ring are the largest music festivals held in Germany and one of the largest in the world with a combined attendance of over 150,000 people in 2007, selling out both events in advance for the first time.

Rock am Ring was originally planned as a one-time festival on the Nürburgring motorsports complex, celebrating the inauguration of a newer, shorter version of the race track in 1985, but due to its commercial success (with 75,000 audience members), it was decided to make the concert an annual event. However, after a dip in attendance for the 1988 event, the festival was put on hiatus for two years. In 1991, the festival returned with a new concept: as well as featuring well-known artists, event organizers present lesser known up-and-coming bands to the public. In 1993, Rock im Park took place for the first time in Vienna. For the 1994 event, Rock im Park moved to the disused Munich-Riem airport, and the following year to Munich’s Olympiastadion, where it found a home for the 1995 and 1996 event. In 1997 Rock im Park moved to Nuremberg’s Frankenstadion where it was held until the venue was unavailable in 2004 because the stadium was being renovated for the 2006 Football World Cup. Since 2004 the venue moved again to the current Zeppellinfeld, where Rock im Park was since held with the exception of the 2006 festival, which was moved to the Luitpoldhain.

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Rock am Ring Schedule

FOO FIGHTERS

RISE AGAINST
LIMP BIZKIT

Apache 207
Fever 333
Giant Rooks
Yungblud
AViVA
badmómzjay
Bad Wolves
Bounty & Cocoa
Brutus
Employed To Serve
FiNCH
Flogging Molly
Jinjer
Juju
Mehnersmoos
Meshuggah
Motionless In White
Pabst
Sam Tompkins
Set It Off
Silverstein
Touché Amoré
Yonaka

Artists:

KINGS OF LEON
K.I.Z
TENACIOUS D

Evanescence
Incubus
Kontra K
Papa Roach
Provinz
Blond
Bury Tomorrow
Cleopatrick
Dead Sara
Gojira
Halestorm
Hollywood Undead
Hot Water Music
Mantar
Nothing But Thieves
Nova Twins
The Chats
The Distillers
The Menzingers
The Raven Age
VV

DIE TOTEN HOSEN

Five Finger Death Punch
Bring Me The Horizon
Machine Gun Kelly
Architects
Sum 41
NOFX
Turnstile
Arch Enemy
Boy Bleach
Boysetsfire
Cari Cari
Carpenter Brut
Charlotte Sands
Die Nerven
Lauren Sanderson
Maggie Lindemann
Mod Sun
Nothing,Nowhere
Spiritbox
Steel Panther
Thees Uhlmann & Band
The Warning
Three Days Grace

The Festival Venue
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Here you will find a selection of tickets that are currently available for Rock am Ring Festival, Germany from one of our primary ticketing partners. We only work with the festivals trusted ticketing companies and will never link to a secondary ticketing website.
Weekend Ticket

General admission 2nd - 4th June

Price from 231.50 EUR + fees

70
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3
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80,000
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3
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840
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