Cal Jam 18 is excited to announce that tickets and camping passes for the festival went on sale TODAY at 10AM PST. The good times come at the affordable price of $99 (plus taxes and fees) for one day GA. All camping packages include free entrance to the Friday night Party, and, this year, Saturday ticket holders have the option to buy a Friday night ticket for $30 (plus taxes and fees). Promoted by Live Nation, the festival returns to Glen Helen Regional Park and Amphitheater in San Bernardino, CA, with Foo Fighters back as headliners and curators. The Festival promises another once in a lifetime bill featuring guitars, guitars and more guitars, with an exclusive one-off performance by Iggy Pop with Post Pop Depression, plus Tenacious D, Garbage, Greta Van Fleet, Silversun Pickups, Manchester Orchestra, The Front Bottoms, Black Mountain, Deer Tick, Gang Of Youths, Slaves (UK), Giant In The Trees, Metz, Yungblud, Thunderpussy, Anna Von Hausswolff, Fea, and Kingfish.
The Friday Night Camping Party features Billy Idol, the comedy of Bridget Everett, and Mexico City’s Mexrrissey and more!
The festival will also include a number of activities open to attendees. Campers will be treated to outdoor midnight movies and access to the water park. As well as the newly christened Friday Night Comedy Tent curated by comedian Tim Hanlon (aka Dave’s cousin). Stay tuned for the full schedule to be announced! All ticket holders will be able to enjoy the site’s free carnival rides, the Rock-N-Roll museum, pop up record shop and a hillside full of flappy guys. Cal Jam 18 will also offer a wide variety of curated food trucks, traditional festival food, and all sorts of delicious delicious cold beer.
What people are saying about the Cal Jam 18 Lineup:
“Last year’s version of the fest, Cal Jam 17, was received well — the Los Angeles Times noted that the MO of the weekend geared toward the audience being able to “feel connection and catharsis.” It would seem that goodwill was enough to spill into an even-stronger lineup in 2018.” — Billboard
“We already knew after last year’s CalJam that Foo Fighters would be returning to headline the festival once more, but now the news has been confirmed, along with the band’s brilliant, carefully-curated undercard.” — Kerrang
“…rock is far from dead. One look at the lineup for the band’s second annual Cal Jam Festival can tell you that.” — Uproxx