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    Louder Than Life Becomes Larger Than the Rest

    Louder Than Life 2019 did not only expand to three days (from two) this year, but it also became the largest Rock festival in America in 2019 with 130,000 attendees (surpassing the previous record of 120,000 at ‘Sonic Temple’ in Columbus, Ohio – May 2019). Most importantly for the festival producers (Danny Wimmer Presents), the weather cooperated all three days, unlike last year when the entire festival was cancelled at the previous location, Champions Park (Louisville, KY) days before it was set to commence.

    Below is a photo recap of the bands Melissa #MischievousMel Anderson and Wes “Rockwell” Anderson captured throughout the three days, listed in alphabetical order from A Day To RemberThree Days Grace. Highlights include Saturday night headliners Slipknot, Breaking Benjamin, Badflower, Motionless in White, Ded, Sick Puppies, Staind, Chevelle, Godsmack, Beartooth, I Prevail, Sum 41, Dropkick Murphys, The Parlor Mob, and many more…

    Gallery ending Photo’s of Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, and Santa Cruz courtesy of Ashley Murphy/Beyond the Line Studio

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