Rock im Park is a rock music festival, the twin festival of Rock am Ring. Their combined popularity and legacies are only matched in Europe by Reading and Leeds Festival.
Taking place at Zeppelinfeld, which seemingly influenced the festival’s appropriate Led Zeppelin-inspired branding, the historic complex is now home to some of world’s most prestigious rock and metal bands that pass through Germany throughout the summer.
The two festival’s combined attendance sees over 150,000 congregate over the course of the three-day excursion, and with memorable performances from illustrious headliners Metallica, Rage Against The Machine, Black Sabbath, Rammstein, and Red Hot Chili Peppers in the past.
Rock im Park 2021 was postponed to 2022, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Ticket Holders can swap their tickets to the 2022 edition. You can read the festival’s official statement here
A Day To Remember / Airbourne / Alan Walker / Baroness / Bilder / Billy Talent / Black Veil Brides / Boston Manor / Boys Noize / Broilers / Bush / Code Orange / Creeper / Daughtry / Deftones / Devin Townsend / Digitalism / Donna Missal / Fall Out Boy / Fire From The Gods / Gojira / Green Day / Jan Delay & Disko No. 1 / Kafvka / KC Rebell & Summer Cem / Kodaline / Korn / Mastodon / NF / Of Mice & Men / Poppy / Powerwolf / Rea Gravey / RIN / Royal Republic / Schmutzki / Seasick Steve / Spiritbox / SSIO / System Of A Down / TEMPT / The Distillers / The Offspring / The Pretty Reckless / Trettmann / Volbeat / Wage War / Weezer / You Me at Six / Yungblud / Zugezogen Maskulin
Nuremberg Central Station is well connected by rail from all major cities in Germany. You can then take the S-Bahn to Dutzendteich, or the tram to Doku-Zentrum, which is the fastest way to get to your campsite.
From Nuremberg Airport (NUE) take the subway to Nuremberg Train Station (12 min journey) and from there take the train to Nuernberg Frankenstadion (8 min journey). Zeppelinfeld is a short 2 min walk away. Alternatively you can take a short 15 min taxi ride to the venue.