Impact Music Festival Weekend Schedule
Here's when your favorite band hits the stage this weekend on the Bangor Waterfront.
The first annual Impact Music Festival will bring three days of rock to Bangor this weekend. The festival features Slayer, Marilyn Manson, Lamb of God, Rob Zombie, and many more.
Friday Main Stage:
- Napalm Death - 5:00-5:30
- Testament - 5:55-6:30
- Anthrax - 6:55-7:35
- Lamb of God - 8:00-8:50
- Slayer - 9:20-10:50
- Roseview - 1:05-1-25 (B Stage)
- Bad Omens - 1:30-1:50 (C Stage)
- Powerman 5000 - 1:55-2:25 (B Stage)
- Emmure - 2:30-3:00 (C Stage)
- Hollywood Undead - 3:05-3:40 (B Stage)
- Corrosion of Conformity - 4:10-4:45 (Main Stage)
- Trivium - 5:10-5:50 (Main Stage)
- Gojira - 6:15-6:55 (Main Stage)
- Black Label Society - 7:20-8:00 (Main Stage)
- Three Days Grace - 8:30-9:20 (Main Stage)
- Chevelle - 9:50-11:00 (Main Stage)
- Trove - 12:15-12:35 (C Stage)
- Miss May I - 12:40-1:10 (B Stage)
- Pallbearer - 1:15-1:45 (C Stage)
- Baroness - 1:50-2:25 (B Stage)
- We Came As Romans - 2:40-3:10 (Main Stage)
- Attila - 3:35-4:05 (Main Stage)
- P.O.D. - 4:30-5:10 (Main Stage)
- Of Mice & Men - 5:35-6:15 (Main Stage)
- Underoath - 6:40-7:20 (Main Stage)
- Marilyn Manson - 7:50-8:50 (Main Stage)
- Rob Zombie - 9:20-10:20 (Main Stage)
Last week, Avenged Sevenfold announced they had to canceled the remainder of their summer tour. The tour, which included performances with Prophets of Rage, was canceled due to illness. Neither band will play in Bangor as a result.
In a statement, lead singer M. Shadows said he lost his voice due to a blood blister that formed on his vocal folds. He will be on vocal rest for the next three months per doctor's orders. You can see his full statement below:
This isn't the first time the frontman has had vocal cord issues. According to BLABBERMOUTH, Shadows underwent vocal cord surgery more than 15 years ago, prior to recording the group's 2005 City Of Evil record.
Impact Music Festival supports suicide prevention efforts and seeks to raise mental health awareness. A portion of ticket sales will benefit the Maine based organization Music Matters. The nonprofit organization focuses on mental health awareness, education, and suicide prevention.