Sacramento’s The Alpha Complex Added To Dirtfest 2016 Line Up Featuring Killswitch Engage, Hatebreed And Many Others..

The Alpha Complex is a five piece hard rock metal band from Sacramento, Ca. The band was formed in September 2012 and features former members of shock rock sensation Motograter.

 

Dirt Fest is an unrivaled experience in the heart of Mid-Michigan. With performances over the years from Adam Gontier, Asking Alexandria, Sevendust, Alien Ant Farm, All That Remains, Silverstein, Mayday Parade, Every Time I Die, as well as Michigan born bands like Pop Evil, Wilson, For The Fallen Dreams and The Black Dahlia Murder and hundreds of others, Dirt Fest stays on the cutting edge of new talent while bringing the best established acts as well.

As a one day event, Dirt Fest boasts well over 50 acts of various genres over multiple outdoor stages at The Birch Run Expo Center every year. Banana 101.5 FM hosts the Dirt Fest with promoters Matt Dalton and Andy Dalton. Founder Matt Dalton started the Dirt Fest as a small outdoor music party which quickly grew into Mid-Michigan’s ONLY long-running and large scale music festival of its kind which continues to reach a growing audience each year.

Killswitch Engage
Asking Alexandria
Hatebreed
Trivium
Attila
Bury Your Dead
Wilson
Walls of Jericho
Soil

Beyond Threshold
Psychostick
Heartsick
It Lies Within
The Convalescence
Below The Tide
6 Prong Paw
Ira Hill

The Alpha Complex
Wrvth
Paralandra
Death of the Party
Deveraux
Harlow
Five Hundredth Year
Myths and Legends
Dystopian I
Hyngd
As We Divide
Oour Dying Day
Sydetrakt
After the Minor

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