Rolling Rock Town Fair
The Rolling Rock Town Fair was an annual alternative rock music festival and tour sponsored by Rolling Rock beer of Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The event was created and produced by Executive Producer, Andrew Cohen and Darin Wolf, then Director of Marketing for Rolling Rock.
Starting in 2000, the event featured such groups as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Moby, and Fuel. The 2001 lineup featured the Stone Temple Pilots, Live, Deftones, Incubus, Staind, Oleander and Tantric. The 2002 show included Godsmack, Outkast, Nickelback, P.O.D., Alien Ant Farm, Sevendust, Default, Injected, and Tommy Lee.
For the 2003 show, the location was moved from the Westmoreland County Fairground in Greensburg, Pennsylvania to Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, and included Blink-182, Puddle of Mudd, 311, Def Leppard, Sum 41, Saliva and Trapt.
In 2004, the festival became a tour, with additional performances at non-traditional venues such as Suffolk Downs in Boston, Penn's Landing in Philadelphia and Seattle's King County Fairgrounds, with performances by Velvet Revolver, Staind, N*E*R*D, Disturbed, the Crystal Method, Sevendust, Hoobastank, Three Days Grace, Finch and Finger Eleven. 
For 2005, the event was scaled back to its roots, with a sole performance in Western Pennsylvania at Jennerstown Speedway in Jennerstown, Pennsylvania. The event featured many Pennsylvania-based bands such as The Clarks, Live, Rusted Root, The Juliana Theory, and Bloodhound Gang.
Rolling Rock did not continue the event in 2006, after making a deal to sponsor a series of concerts by Steven Van Zandt.
Alien Ant Farm cancelled Rolling Rock Town Fair 2002 following their bus accident. Tommy Lee was the replacement for them.
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