Three day hard rock festival from creators of Monsters of Rock Festival
The inaugural Monsters on the Mountain (MOTM), a three-day hard rock music experience brought to you by the creators of the pioneering Monsters of Rock Cruise, has been announced for this October 15th-17th at the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge in Tennessee’s beautiful Great Smoky Mountains.
This immersive fan and artist celebration will be the first “Monsters” event in almost two years, so attendees will definitely be celebrating MOTM’s theme, You Can Still Rock In America!, as they witness performances from over 20 rock acts, plus an array of interactive events and activities. All ticket holders will not only receive complimentary parking and unlimited access to the performances, but also access to the Rock N’ Roll Vendor Market, Rock N’ Roll Art Gallery, and The Ultimate Tailgate Party, with more to be announced.
The public on-sale kicks off on June 11th at noon ET, with three-day packages starting at $265.00 per person (plus ticketing fees and taxes) and individual day tickets also being available via monstersonthemountain.com.
The line-up for the inaugural Monsters on the Mountain features: Tesla, Vince Neil of Motley Crüe, Night Ranger, Winger, Kix, Slaughter, Firehouse, Eclipse, Pat Travers, Bulletboys, Vixen, Kingdom Come, Lynch Mob, Rhino Bucket, Liliac, Native Sons, Gilby Clark, John Corabi, Anthony Corder, Mark Evans, Randy Hansen, and Jeff Scott Soto & Jason Bieler, plus a surprise or two to be announced. Serving as official event hosts are Eddie Trunk (VH1, SiriusXM) and comedians Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine (former hosts of VH1 Classic’s hit TV show, “That Metal Show”). Plus, SiriusXM’s Boneyard and Hair Nation are certain to keep the party going.
Located along the banks of the Little Pigeon River, the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge is the perfect setting for the inaugural Monsters on the Mountain. The architecture and design of the venue exudes a mountain lodge ambiance that amplifies the serenity of the Great Smoky Mountains. When the design and planning for this impressive event and concert venue began, the name was chosen as a tribute to the building’s spectacular view of Mount LeConte in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. For 60 years, visitors have been returning year-round to Pigeon Forge, TN, as the little mountain town and family-friendly vacation destination is filled with fun activities ─ from thrilling attractions and award-winning shows, to countless options for dining, shopping and lodging.
With a myriad of events, activities, and music to keep fans entertained day and night, Monsters on the Mountain promises to be the biggest event of 2021 for hard rock music enthusiasts.