- $69 for one G-Pass for single-day general admission (up to $115.74 value)
- $129 for one G-Pass for two-day general-admission (up to $193.54 value)
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Saturday, April 2
- Bret Michaels: The rocker who, as the lead singer of Poison, ignited radio waves with “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” and “Nothing But a Good Time.” He’s worn many hats atop his golden locks and signature bandana, including those of a philanthropist and a reality-TV personality.
- Cinderella’s Tom Keifer: As the frontman for Cinderella, he asked fans to “Shake Me” and warned them that you “Don’t Know What You’ve Got (Till It’s Gone).” As a solo artist he earned new fans with his 2013 debut, The Way Life Goes.
- Night Ranger: Revving their hard rock engines since 1982, the San Francisco guitar wizards scored major hits with “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me,” “(You Can Still) Rock in America,” and the power ballad to end all power ballads, “Sister Christian.”
- Also Appearing: Warrant | The Romantics | John Waite | Firehouse | Trixter
Sunday, April 3
- Paul Rodgers: As the former lead vocalist of Bad Company, Free, and The Firm, Rodgers’s bench-pressing voicebox earned him a spot on Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Singers of All Time list. Expect to hear hits such as “Feel Like Making Love” and “Can’t Get Enough.”
- Ace Frehley: “Space Ace” cofounded KISS and supplemented Gene Simmons’s wails with the high-voltage output of his guitar solos. Space Invader, Ace’s first album of new material since 2009’s Anomaly, is the first-ever solo album from a KISS member to hit the Billboard Top 10.
- Ratt: This fixture of the Sunset Strip glam-metal circuit rose to multi-platinum stardom above their hairsprayed peers with a bluesy-hard rock fusion of Judas Priest’s nitro and Aerosmith’s promiscuous slither, resulting in Billboard hits such as “Round and Round” and “Wanted Man.”
- Also Appearing: Winger | Geoff Tate | Slaughter | Quiet Riot | Lynch Mob | Autograph