Guerilla Union has today announced the return of the 10th annual Rock The Bells 2013 Festival Series.
The live shows will be hosted by Peter Rosenberg and Murs 3:16 and kick off in San Bernardino, CA on September 7th.
Last night the full line-up was announced and will include Big Krit, Black Hippy, BODEGA BAMZ, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Brother Ali, Chase & Status, Common, Currensy, Danny Brown, Dilated Peoples, Dizzy Wright, Dom Kennedy, E-40 & Too Short, Earl Sweatshirt, Flatbush Zombies, Hit- Boy, Hopsin, Immortal Technique, Jhene Aiko, Juicy J, Jurassic 5, Kid Cudi, LeCrae, Mimosa, Prof, Rakim, Snow Tha Product, Supernatural, Talib Kweli, Tech N9ne, Tyler the Creator,Wu-Tang Clan and more.
We’ve already created the official Dubcnn Rock The Bells Event Page where we will compile the official press releases, the full list of performers and the videos and more but we can confirm today that Guerilla Union also announced how they were inspired by Tupac’s Coachella hologram experience and will be bringing fans virtual performances of none other than Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Eazy-E!
Eazy-E will perform virtually with Bone Thugs-In-Harmony and ODB will rock with Wu Tang. It was also confirmed that the “holograms” are fully backed by Eazy-E’s wife Tomica Wright and Ol Dirty’s mother, Cherry Jones.
The show kicks off in San Bernardino, CA at the San Manual Amphitheater on September 7-8, before heading to Mountain View, CA at the Shoreline Amphitheater on September 14-15. It then moves to Washington, DC at Festival Grounds @ RFK on September 28-29 before closing out in Rutherford, NJ at the Meadowlands Racetrack on October 4-5.
As ever there WILL be more acts added so stay locked to Dubcnn for more news, video and of course the chance to win tickets as we are once again a Proud Media Sponsor Of This Festival Series! Until then check out the official Dubcnn Rock The Bells Event Page!
Ensure you read up on the team at Rezin8 who partnered with Guerilla Union to design, create, and bring to life original virtual performances by Eazy-E and Ol’ Dirty Bastard (ODB) at Rock the Bells.