Day two, Saturday, started off on a rough note. Upon arriving at Mapfre Stadium, we were told the shows were being delayed once again due to the weather. We really hoped the worst of it was going to be over and that it would be time to rock shortly. Many left the stadium to grab something to eat to, no doubt, cure the Rock on the Range hangover.
After what seemed like an incredibly long delay, the storm passed over. Fire From The Gods showed up and showed out for the fans who itched to get that good ol’ Rock on the Range feeling back – pure energy and passion flew smacked everyone in the face as it poured from the stage. One Less Reason gave it their all, and it was clear to everyone that another day of promising music shenanigans was afoot.
Skillet, as they seem to be known for, took their show to a whole new level. They were sweating buckets, not due to the weather, but due to how much energy they put on stage.
A feeling of relief washed over the crowd as we realized that the rain was away for the day! Hooray! For the well-functioning Rangers, a sense of congratulations was in the air as we realized we’d made it to Sunday – the final day of Rock on the Range. We made it a point to catch Motherfeather live! They made sure the crowd connected with them whether they liked it or not. They never stopped! With energy that rivaled that of bands who’ve been around three times as long as they have, Motherfeather put on an incredible show. We can promise it will not be the last time we see one of their rocking cocking shows.
If you like rowdy shows with pure energy and love, maybe a little rain, and some assured shenanigans and mayhem, Rock on the Range is the place for you. And we’ll see you all out there next year!