Rebels and Rockers

Struggle Jennings, Wayland, Bobaflex, Cowboy Killer, Shallow Side, Truckstop, Sybils Silence

Rebels and Rockers

Rebels and Rockers

About Struggle Jennings: Struggle Jennings has been making waves with several standout tracks. His collaboration with Jelly Roll on "Return of the Outlaw" has struck a chord with listeners, offering a glimpse into Struggle's personal journey and triumphs. "Black Curtains" showcases his lyrical prowess and ability to craft compelling narratives, further solidifying his place in the hip-hop scene. Additionally, his collaboration with Yelawolf on "Love Scars" has resonated with fans, highlighting Struggle's emotional depth and storytelling skills. Stay tuned for more updates on Struggle Jennings' music and projects as he continues to captivate audiences with his raw and authentic style.

About Bobaflex: Bobaflex rose from the ashes of record label bankruptcy and the loss of their name's rights, founding BFX Records to release their first independent album, "Hell In My Heart," in 2011. This album spawned two charting singles and set the stage for Bobaflex's fiercely independent path. Since then, they have continued to thrive independently, releasing two more albums under BFX (2013's "Charlatan's Web" and 2015's "Anything That Moves"), resulting in two more charting singles and self-produced music videos with millions of views. Their latest album, "Eloquent Demons," released on Thermal Entertainment, has been their most ambitious and well-received yet, featuring acclaimed singles like their cover of Pink Floyd's "Hey You," the original "Long Time Coming," and "Lights Out.".

About Cowboy Killer: The Ohio native, Cowboy Killer, has become the perfect poster child for the new wave of Country Rap artists. Under his alligator leather belt, he carries a tasteful blend of Hip-Hop, Country, Blues, and Rock elements.

About Truckstop: TRUCKSTOP formed in 2020 during the pandemic in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Jerry Larew, Justin Ewing and Nash Morris had already been playing music together, but decided to create something with more thrash-based roots. Larew had a backpack full of material he brought to the table, and since they were roommates, they could all continue to write while they were stuck inside. They began practicing with Austin Erb via Zoom, and Facetime, and when the restrictions lifted they were able to finalize their debut album "Bloodwitch", which was released during Summer of 2022. "Bloodwitch" was Produced by Dave Hillis. With influences like Metallica, Overkill, The Misfits, My Chemical Romance, and Avenged Sevenfold the guys knew they wanted to create a thrash-based sound with more clean vocals. TRUCKSTOP is built on fun, and killer riffs. They are currently touring on the East coast and recording their second album due out in 2024. These TikTok party boys are looking to throw up the horns all across the World next year.

About Sybils Silence: Sybil's Silence is a dynamic metalcore band based out of Marietta, Ohio. Their music combines traditional metalcore with southern rock influences, resulting in a powerful and soulful sound. The band is celebrating the recent release of their debut single "Back to the Bottle". With Collin Walker on vocals and guitar, Charlie Catron on lead guitar, Thomas Jude on bass guitar, and Jordan Melott on drums, Sybil's Silence brings a unique blend of heavy riffs, melodic hooks, and intense vocals to the stage.


Rock / Country Rap


June 29, 2024


Doors open at 5:00 pm
Show starts at 5:30 pm


18+ or accompanied by an adult.
This is an outdoor event, standing room only, rain or shine!
For special seating requests, click here.
No refunds, all sales are final.


General Admission
• $45