Next weekend, The inaugural Exit 111 Festival will be held in Manchester, TN. Exit 111 is a rock music festival being held from October 11-13. The lineup boasts of rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd, Def Leppard, Guns N’ Roses, Slayer, Seether, and more. You can buy tickets to the festival, HERE.

  1. Rise Above Stage
    One of the many stages you’ll see at Exit 111 is the Rise Above Stage, but this stage has a purpose beyond playing incredible music. Seether frontman Shaun Morgan created a philanthropic organization called Rise Above in memory of his brother, a suicide victim. In partnership with SAVE, this stage is a symbol of Shaun’s advocacy for mental health and suicide prevention.
  2. Paranormal Cirque
    Music-lovers can step into a darker dimension at the Paranormal Cirque tent at Exit 111. The tent will include a darker-themed theatre, circus, and cabaret presented by Cirque Italia. Watch acrobat, illusionists, and more “mysterious creatures” for a paranormal experience for all ticket-holders.
  3. Alain’s Ardent Ale
    At Exit 111, you can get a taste of a brand new signature beer, Alain’s Ardent Ale. The crisp, light-bodied beer itself has a malty, fruity aroma, with pleasant sweetness up front and a touch of spice in the back. This initial small batch of Alain’s Ardent Ale, was created in collaboration with local brewery Nashville’s Fat Bottom Brewing Co, and will be available exclusively at the Exit 111 festival and as a part of the Rise Above advocacy movement, donating a portion of its sales to SAVE.
  4. The Red Bull Freestyle Motocross Experience
    Red Bull action sports athlete, Tyler Bereman will perform extreme stunts, along with some of the top freestyle motocross riders in the world: Brody Wilson, Keith Sayers and James Carter. Festival goers can stop by the Red Bull tent to witness jaw-dropping stunts and an experience of a lifetime.
  5. Car Show
    In addition to performances from rock legends and risers alike, you can see the first-ever Exit 111 Car Show. The Car Show is free to all Exit 111 ticket-holders, and it welcomes all makes and models. Bring your friends, take a lap, and grab a glimpse of cars of all kinds.

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