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[Photos by: Weezer/Ryan Bakerink, blink-182/Brennan Schnell (Wikimedia Commons), Limp Bizkit/Frank Schwichtenberg (Wikimedia Commons)]

Limp Bizkit, Weezer and blink-182 will headline the third annual Inkcarceration Music And Tattoo Festival. The festival celebrating decibels and body art returns to the grounds of the famous Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio, July 10 -12, 2020.

“We here at the Reformatory are thrilled to be the home of the Inkcarceration Festival again for year three,” says Dan Smith, associate director of the Ohio State Reformatory. “The festival continues to bring some of the best music fans and tattoo enthusiasts from all over the world back to Mansfield! We can’t wait to share what will be the best Inkcarceration Festival yet!”

The Inkcarceration concert site–known as Shawshank Prison in the 1994 classic film The Shawshank Redemption–has truly been a go-to destination for heavy music fans. This year’s event boasts over 40 bands, 60 tattoo artists and a returning haunted house attraction (Escape From Blood Prison). There will also be tours of the reformatory, gourmet food trucks and camping facilities available.

“We are extremely humbled by the support the fans put behind this festival in 2019 and wanted to bring them something even bigger in 2020,” the Inkcarceration Festival team says. “For year three, we put together an extremely eclectic lineup that brings together all forms of rock. This festival is becoming known as the most unique event in the country, so we wanted to construct a lineup as unique as the venue itself. And of course, it’s still the only rock festival held at a famous haunted prison! We can’t wait for everyone to see what we have in store!”

In addition to blink-182, Weezer and Limp Bizkit, Inkcarceration will also be hosting Papa Roach; Halestorm; Mastodon; Underoath; Hollywood Undead; Steel Panther; Falling in Reverse; Candlebox; Badflower; Atreyu; Static-X and Puddle Of Mudd.

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New Politics; All That Remains; We Came As Romans; The Devil Wears Prada; Emmure; Attila; Stick To Your Guns; New Years Day; Escape The Fate; Cold; Carnifex and the Aquadolls are also joining. Band-Maid; Stitched Up Heart; September Mourning; Damn Nation; Paralandra; Along Came A Spider; A Killers Confession; MissYou; Sink The Ship; Dread Engine; Mollo Rilla and Saving Escape round out the lineup with more to be announced.

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Weekend field passes are on sale now for $189, which include three-day general admission, field passes for the concert and a self-guided reformatory tour.

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Weekend VIP passes are also available for $369 featuring a VIP wristband, field passes, and a self-guided reformatory tour. It also includes air conditioned VIP lounge, free lunch and dinner catering each day, locker storage, cell phone charging, private bar, game area, outdoor lounge, elevated covered grandstand, dedicated hydration station and flushable and portable restrooms.

Camping packages are also available for tents and RVs within five lots on the grounds. General weekend tent camping begins at $199 for a 1000 square foot space for four people. There will be access to the air conditioned camping lounge, dedicated shuttles to the grounds, re-entry, post-festival entertainment, showers and restrooms. There are also hydration stations and optional breakfast, lunch and dinner available for purchase.

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General weekend RV camping begins at $299 and includes the same amenities as the tent camping option.

Admission isn’t included in either camping package and must be purchased separately. However, there are hotel and ticket combinations also available.

Mark your calendars accordingly, because this might be the best batch of bands yet. Visit the festival’s website for information on everything from ticket prices to lineup additions to visiting artists.

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