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ProgStock Festival, the American Northeast’s Only Progressive Rock Music Festival, Returns for its Third Year to the Union County Performing Arts Center in Rahway, NJ, October 11-13, 2019

ProgStock Festival, the American Northeast’s Only Progressive Rock Music Festival, will return for its third year in 2019, and will once again be held on Columbus Day Weekend, October 11-13, 2019, at the beautiful Union County Performing Arts Center (UCPAC) in Rahway, New Jersey.

ProgStock Festival was founded to give artists and fans in the genre of progressive rock a place to play and experience their favorite music in a great environment. ProgStock’s main stage will feature music that most radio hosts would find to be too long and too complex to play on-the-air. Dancing in 7/8, indeed, is left to fans who are accustomed to calculating high math in their heads. However, the festival presents a variety of rock that can be enjoyed by any music lover.

ProgStock Festival provides the artists, attendees and their families with a great place to share their talents and love for music in a family-friendly environment. Artists mingle with the fans and share experiences as well as music and art. The venue, a renovated vaudeville-era theater, provides everyone with a comfortable place to listen to the music with phenomenal sound. The City of Rahway provides everyone with a hub where they can enjoy the festival, enjoy great food and beverages, shop, relax and recover in a beautiful hotel room, and easily hop on a train from and to Newark International Airport or New York City.

Here is our complete band lineup for the festival by day:

3.2 featuring Robert Berry – headliner
Salem Hill
Special Set with Rachel Flowers Music and Chris Clark of Brand X
Late-Night Event – Progressive Coffeehouse featuring Melanie Mau & Martin Schnella at The “World Famous” Waiting Room Restaurant

Brand X – headliner
Rocket Scientists
Jane Getter Premonition
Special Set with Rachel Flowers and Robert Berry
Late-Night EventRandy McStine and Last Call Live on the mainstage at UCPAC

SAGA (first festival appearance in US in over 30 years) – headliner
NEKTAR (launching 50th Anniversary Tour) – co-headliner
Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius
The Cyberiam
Special Set with Rachel Flowers and Michael Sadler
Late-Night Event – Kinetic Element at The Waiting Room Restaurant

Also, back by popular demand, is our resident artist Paul Whitehead, who designed album covers for a wide range of musical artists including Fats Domino, Genesis, and Van der Graaf Generator.

We are incredibly pleased to bring this festival to you together with our partners at the House of Prog Internet Radio station (http://houseofprog.com/), and the NJProghouse Progressive Music Series (http://www.njproghouse.com/).  We are enormously grateful for their support for, endorsement of, and participation in this Herculean endeavor.

Summary of Current Ticket Options and Dates
Details on Tickets & Donations page: http://www.progstock.com/2019/tickets-donations/

Tuesday, July 2, 2019 @ 12:00pm (noon) US Eastern time at ProgStock Box Office
Regular 3-Day Pass: $195 USD for select seats
Single-Day Pass: Friday $75, Saturday $105, Sunday $115 for select seats

Special Promotion: Free Festival T-shirt with the Purchase of a 3-Day Pass
Tuesday, June 9, 2019 @ 12:00 pm to Tuesday, June 23, 2019 @ 11:59 am US Eastern time

Tuesday, July 23, 2019 @ 12:00pm (noon) US Eastern time at ProgStock Box Office
Regular 3-Day Pass: $225 USD for select seats
Single-Day Pass: Friday $85, Saturday $115, Sunday $125 for select seats

Seat Map and Direct Ticket Link at ProgStock Box Office: https://progstock.simpletix.com

Sponsorships Are Available
Check out and support our 2019 Sponsors here:

Media Contact:
Ann Rinaldi
Marketing and Communications
ProgStock Festival
NicJoy Enterprises, PO Box 6413, Hillsborough, NJ 08844


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