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Live Photos: M3 Rock Festival 2013

The M3 Rock Festival returned to the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland on May 3-4, 2013 and Frank White was there to photograph it for Powerline.

Maryland was ready to rock! The M3 Rock Festival returned to the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland on May 3-4, 2013 and Frank White was there to photograph it for Powerline. Scroll down for all the photo galleries.

Eddie Trunk of That Metal Show on the Main Stage

Eddie Trunk of That Metal Show on the Main Stage

Both days were hosted by Eddie Trunk from That Metal Show. Saturday May 4 on the festival stage: The Tour Bus’ Ralph Sutton and Melissa Krahnke co-hosted.

May 3 line-up on the main stage:

BAD SEED RISING
DANGER DANGER
KIX
W.A.S.P (headliner)

May 4 line-up on the main stage

KORUPT
LOVE / HATE
STEELHEART
TRIXTER
JANETSHAREROXYGINA (aka JSRG )
LOUDNESS
STEEL PANTHER
TWISTED SISTER
BRET MICHAELS BAND (headliner)

Ralph Sutton and Melissa Krahnke of The Tour Bus on the Second Stage

Ralph Sutton and Melissa Krahnke of The Tour Bus on the Second Stage

Festival Stage:

STREETLIGHT CIRCUS
TUFF
GREAT WHITE featuring JACK RUSSELL
KINGS X
FIREHOUSE
JACKYL

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