Rockwood Events Announces New Dates for Rockwood Music Festival


Rockwood Events has announced that their annual festival will finally take place in Offenbach on May 5-7, 2023. The event will take place at the Sheraton Offenbach Hotel.

Rob Benedict, Louden Swain, Briana Buckmaster, Emily Swallow, Lisa Berry, Jeffrey Vincent Parise, Jason Manns, Paul Carella, Blake Lewis, and Hayden Lee are all confirmed to attend.

Guests will participate in concerts, jam sessions, photo ops, and autographs throughout the weekend.

Rockwood Events also announced that refunds will be held until October 17, and refunded tickets will be on sale on October 22.

You can read more information about the refund period below:

Rockwood Events also shared that the famous Manns Cave will be held at the festival for the first time. Tickets for the Manns Cave, Brunch, and Unplugged Lounges will be on sale in February 2023.

Stay tuned on Nerds and Beyond for more news on Rockwood Music Festival.

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