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Rock im Park 2019

  • Nuremberg, Germany
  • 7-9 June 2019
  • Heavy Metal
  • Indie
  • Punk
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Rock im Park 2019

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Sharing the biggest lineup with Rock am Ring

Rock im Park is a rock, punk, and heavy metal music festival in Nuremberg, Germany. 

With twin festival Rock am Ring, their combined popularity and legacies are only matched in Europe by Reading and Leeds Festival.

Taking place at Zeppelinfeld (which seemingly influenced the festival's appropriate Led Zeppelin-inspired branding), the historic complex is now home to some of world's most prestigious rock and metal bands that pass through Germany throughout the summer.

The two festival's combined attendance sees over 150,000 congregate over the course of the three-day excursion, and with memorable performances from illustrious headliners Metallica, Rage Against The Machine, Black Sabbath, Rammstein, and Red Hot Chili Peppers in the past, it's easy to see why. 


  • Tool
  • Die Ärzte
  • Slipknot
  • Slayer
  • Bring Me The Horizon
  • The Smashing Pumpkins
  • Die Antwoord
  • The 1975
  • Tenacious D


  • Tool
  • Die Ärzte
  • Slipknot
  • Slayer
  • The Smashing Pumpkins
  • Bring Me The Horizon
  • Tenacious D
  • Marteria & Casper
  • Dropkick Murphys
  • Sabaton
  • Die Antwoord
  • Slash feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators
  • Bastille
  • The 1975
  • Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
  • The Bosshoss
  • Bonez MC & Raf Camora
  • Alligatoah
  • SDP
  • Kontra K
  • Amon Amarth
  • Architects
  • Foals
  • Alice In Chains
  • Feine Sahne Fischfilet
  • Godsmack
  • Arch Enemy
  • Hot Water Music
  • Halestorm
  • Welshly Arms
  • Against the Current
  • nothing,nowhere.
  • Blackout Problems
  • Power Trip
  • Badflower
  • Atreyu
  • Behemoth
  • Drangsal
  • Eagles Of Death Metal
  • Graveyard
  • I Prevail
  • Kadavar
  • KC Rebell
  • Kovacs
  • Left Boy
  • Starset
  • Seiler Und Speer
  • The Fever 333
  • Three Days Grace
  • Trivium
  • Underoath
  • While She Sleeps
  • U.V.M.

+ more artists to be announced.

The large, modernised complex at Zeppelinfeld includes an indoor arena, motor-sport circuit and a football stadium which was used in the 2006 World Cup. Rock im Park has called it home since 2007.


Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg, Germany


BY PLANE: From Nuremberg Airport, take the subway to the city centre and then a train on to Frankenstadion which is less than 10 minutes on foot to the festival site.

BY TRAIN: Nuremberg Central Station can be reached from across Germany (and Europe), from there the festival can be reached by train, subway, bus or taxi.


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