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Mayhem Festival Location(s) United States Years active 2008–present Founded by Kevin Lyman, John Reese Date(s) July–August Genre heavy metal, hard rock, nu metal, alternative metal, metalcore, sludge metal, progressive metal, speed metal, thrash metal, groove metal, power metal, death metal, industrial metal Website Rockstar Mayhem Festival official website The Mayhem Festival is a touring metal festival that takes place starting around early July and ending in mid-August. The festival is now a yearly event touring the United States. The Rockstar Mayhem tour is sponsored by the Rockstar Energy Company. It was assembled by Vans Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman, and by John Reese (who is Lyman's partner on the Taste of Chaos tour).[1] Contents 1 Bands and Musical Style 2 Events 3 Tours by year 4 See also 5 References 6 External links // Bands and Musical Style All of the touring groups that participate can be classified as hard rock, and most are considered metal. The bands represent a broad range of sub-genres, including thrash metal, death metal, nu metal, metalcore, deathcore, power metal, industrial metal, and more. A significant majority of the featured acts originate in the United States; however, Mayhem Festival has previously featured one band each from England, Wales, Australia, Poland, and Canada in its history. Events Each year the festival has the Metal Mulisha as a side attraction for the fans to watch. The festival has featured three separate stages each year since the time of its inception: the Main Stage, the Jägermeister Stage, and the Hot Topic Stage (2008-2009). The Silver Star Stage has replaced the Hot Topic Stage as of 2010.[2] Most bands that participate on the tour have a public meet-and-greet at scheduled times throughout the day, upon each tour date. Tours by year Mayhem Festival 2008 Mayhem Festival 2009 Mayhem Festival 2010 See also Book:Korn Books are collections of articles that can be downloaded or ordered in print. Ozzfest Uproar Festival Sounds of the Underground References ^ "Slipknot and Disturbed, Rockstar Mayhem tour". Blabbermouth. 2008-01-10. http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=88181. Retrieved 2008-01-11.  ^ "Bands and Stages". Blabbermouth. 2008-01-10. http://www.rockstarmayhemfest.com/mayhem/bands.asp. Retrieved 2008-01-11.  External links Official Website v • d • e Notable music concerts Woodstock 1969 · 1979 · 1989 · 1994 · 1999 · 2009 Other early festivals Moondog Coronation Ball (1952) · Monterey Pop Festival (1967) · Schaefer Music Festival (1967–1976) · Atlanta International Pop Festival (1969) · Atlantic City Pop Festival (1969) · Isle of Wight Festival (1969) · Altamont Free Concert (1969) · Texas International Pop Festival (1969)  · Festival Express (1970) · Bath Festival (1970) · Atlanta International Pop Festival (1970) · Isle of Wight Festival (1970) · Ruisrock (1970) · Avándaro (1971) · Mar y Sol Festival (1972) · Concert 10 (1972) · Wattstax (1972) · Summer Jam at Watkins Glen (1973) · California Jam (1974) · Volunteer Jam (1974) · World Series of Rock (1974–1980) · Canada Jam (1978) · Knebworth Festival (1979)  · Provinssirock (1979)  · Heatwave (1980) · US Festival (1982 & 1983) Benefit concerts The Concert for Bangladesh (1971) · John Sinclair Freedom Rally (1971) · Aloha from Hawaii (1973) · Music for UNICEF Concert (1979) · Concerts for the People of Kampuchea (1979) · Party in the Park (annual from 1982) · Live Aid (1985) · Farm Aid (1985) · Hear 'n Aid (1986) · Bridge School Benefit (1986) · Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute (1988) · Moscow Music Peace Festival (1989) · The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert (1992) · NetAid (1999) · The Concert for New York City / America: A Tribute to Heroes / United We Stand: What More Can I Give (2001) · Thrash of the Titans (2001) · Party at the Palace (2002) · Concert for George (2002) · 1:99 Concert (2003) · Molson Canadian Rocks for Toronto (2003) · 46664 (2003, 2005, 2007, 2008) · Concert on the Rock (2004, 2005) · Tsunami Relief Cardiff (2005) · Tsunami Aid / WaveAid (2005) · Live 8 (2005) · A Concert for Hurricane Relief / Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast / From the Big Apple to the Big Easy (2005) · Concert for Diana (2007) · Live Earth (2007) · Ahmet Ertegün Tribute Concert (2007) · A Billion Hands Concert (2008) · Cocierto Alas (2008) · Artistes 512 Fund Raising Campaign (2008) · Heart-Aid Shisen (2008) · Artistes 88 Fund Raising Campaign (2009) · Sound Relief (2009) · The Clearwater Concert (2009) · Artistes 414 Fund Raising Campaign (2010) · Hope for Haiti Now (2010) Benefit/political tours No Nukes (1979) · A Conspiracy of Hope (1986) · Human Rights Now! (1988) · Democratic songs dedicated for China (1989) · Vote for Change (2004) · Deadheads for Obama (2008) Show of Peace Concert (2010) Other festivals and tours 102 JAMZ SuperJam · 10,000 Lakes Festival · All Points West · All Tomorrow's Parties · Almost Acoustic Christmas · Austin City Limits · The Bamboozle · Beale Street Music Festival · Beatstock · Benicàssim · BestFest · Bestival · The Big Chill · Big Day Out · Bilbao Live · Bloodstock · Bloodstock Open Air · Bonnaroo · Bumbershoot · Clash of the Titans · Coachella · Clockenflap · Connect Music Festival · Cornerstone · Creamfields · Creation · Damnation · Detroit Electronic Music Festival · Diversafest · Don't Look Back · Dour Festival · Download · Dynamo Open Air · The Edge Festival · Edgefest · Electric Daisy Carnival · Electric Picnic · Epicenter · ETPFEST · Eurockéennes · EXIT · Family Values · Falls Festival · Firefox Rock · Fuji Rock · G3 · Gathering of the Juggalos · Get Happy Tour · Gigantour · Give it a Name · Ghostfest · The Glade · Glastonbury · Global Gathering · Godiva · Gods Of Metal · Graspop Metal Meeting · GuilFest · H.O.R.D.E. · Harbour Fest · Hellfest Summer Open Air · Hevy Music Festival · Hurricane · Inland Invasion · Independence-D · Isle of Skye · Isle of Wight · iTunes Festival · Jersey Live · Knebworth Concerts · K-Rockathon · The Last Waltz Latitude Festival · Le Zénith · Lilith Fair · Lollapalooza · Loud Park · Lowlands · Mayhem Festival · M'era Luna Festival · Metalcamp · Michigan Womyn's · Midi Modern Music Festival · Monsters of Rock · Montreux Jazz Festival · Music as a Weapon · Musikfest · NEARfest · Nova Rock Festival · Open'er Festival · Ottawa Bluesfest · Oxegen (Witnness) · Ozzfest · Paléo Festival · Pentaport Rock Festival · Phoenix Festival · Pinkpop · Pitchfork Music Festival · Powerhouse Concert · Primavera Sound Festival · Projekt Revolution · Przystanek Woodstock · Pukkelpop · Radio 1's Big Weekend · Ragnarök · Reading and Leeds Festivals · Rewind Festival · Rising Sun Rock · Rock Against Communism · Rock am Ring and Rock im Park · Rock al Parque · Rock in Rio · Rockit Hong Kong Music Festival · RockNess · Rockwave Festival · Rock Werchter · Roskilde Festival · Rothbury Festival · San Francisco LovEvolution · Sasquatch! Music Festival · Saturday Night Fiber · Slane · SnoCore · Sónar · Songs Day · Sonisphere Festival · Soundwave · South by Southwest · Street Scene · Sweden Rock Festival · Sudoeste · Summercase · Summerfest · Summer Camp · Summer Sonic · The Summer Slaughter Tour · SWU Music & Arts · Sziget Festival · T in the Park · Take Action Tour · Tennents ViTal · Truck Festival · Ultra Music Festival · Uproar Festival · V Festival (Australia · North America · United Kingdom) · Vegoose · Versus Cancer · Voodoo Experience · Vive Latino · Wacken Open Air · Wango Tango · Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival · Wakestock (Canada · Wales) · Warped Tour · Wave-Gotik-Treffen · Weenie Roast · Winter Music Conference · Wireless Festival · WOMAD (Charlton Park · Reading) · Zoo TV Tour