At The Drive-In announces first show in three years—and it’s not where you’d expect

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Post-hardcore innovators At The Drive-In returned from a decade-plus hiatus in late 2011, playing a few club shows in the U.S. plus massive tastemaking festivals Coachella and Lollapalooza, as well as a European tour. Then they went away again, with their online presence having gone dim for more than two years. Now, all of the sudden, they announced a new show today—and it’s not where you’d expect.

Lo and behold, the Rock On The Range Festival—taking place May 20-22, 2016 at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio—has convinced At The Drive-In to reunite once more, as the band is listed as one of the performers for the 10th annual edition of the three-day event, sandwiched between Megadeth and Lamb Of God. In a press release, the organizers did not specifically comment on ATDI’s inclusion though the band is one of many that is referred to as “rock royalty” (granted, that list also includes Five Finger Death Punch and Shinedown, so take that for what it’s worth).

The full lineup for the 10th annual Rock On The Range festival is below. Weekend passes start at $139.50 and are available here starting December 4.

Rock On The Range 10th anniversary lineup
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Disturbed, Rob Zombie, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch, Bring Me The Horizon, A Day To Remember, Megadeth, At The Drive-In, Lamb Of God, Sixx:A.M., Hellyeah, Pennywise, Bullet For My Valentine, Steel Panther, Ghost, Wolfmother, Death From Above 1979, Machine Gun Kelly, Clutch, The Struts, Sevendust, Pop Evil, Asking Alexandria, Parkway Drive, Trivium, Between The Buried & Me, P.O.D., Saint Asonia, Issues, Highly Suspect, The Sword, Tiger Army, Sick Puppies, New Years Day, Aranda, Wilson, Enter Shikari, Butcher Babies, Texas Hippie Coalition, Red Sun Rising, Memphis May Fire, Lacey Sturm, Turbowolf, We Came As Romans, Miss May I, Crown The Empire, Jelly Roll, Avatar, Code Orange, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, Monster Truck, Glorious Sons, Wild Throne, Cane Hill, Citizen Zero

And now, one of the greatest late-night TV performances by any band on any show, ever: