The next time Friday the 13th rolls around, a group of undead from Tinseltown will be haunting Aberdeen’s Central Park.
Hollywood Undead and another band, Trapt, will be the headliners at RockFest, the outdoor concert that will be held at Central Park July 13.
Also performing will be Eve to Adam, In This Moment and Candlelight Red.
Hollywood Undead is a rap-rock band from Los Angeles. The band has sold more than a million records in the U.S. and about 1.5 million worldwide. All six band members use pseudonyms and wear unique masks, “most of which are based on the common hockey goaltender design,” according to publicity material.
Trapt is a rock band that was formed in Los Gatos, Calif., in 1997. The group is now based in Los Angeles.
Eve to Adam, often called ETA, is an “anthemic, guitar-driven rock band” based in New York City, according to publicity material. In This Moment is a metalcore band from North Hollywood, Calif.
Candlelight Red resulted from the merger of two bands from central Pennsylvania. The members came from Stept On and Backstreet Law, which was later known as Til December.
The concert starts at 6 p.m.
RockFest is presented by radio station 94.1 FM-The Rock and Pepper Entertainment of Sioux Falls.
Tickets, which go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, are $15 in advance and $20 the day of the show. VIP tickets are $25.
Tickets will be available at Hub City Radio, Pauer Sound, the Aberdeen Downtown Association and CD Exchange. They'll also be available through etix.com and 94rockfest.com.
People may pick up tickets for $9.41 at a launch party Thursday night at the Zoo Bar. That party runs from 8 to 10 p.m.
Rockfest will be held rain or shine. All ages are welcome.
Central Park adjoins North Kline Street and First Avenue Northeast.
Neighbors with sensitive ears may want to find somewhere to go that night. A note on the 94rockfest.com website says the concert may contain explicit language.
An additional note: If you enjoy moshing or body surfing, stay home. Organizers say moshing and body surfing won't be allowed.