The 15th anniversary of the best and biggest rock n' roll party in the Southeast! The Heavy Rebel Weekender is a celebration of the Heaviest Rebels of Rock and Roll. It is that simple. People and ideas that rebel against the status quo and change the landscape of music and culture. This idea is why HRW can never be a singular genre festival. The concept of bringing many different sub-cultures together, under one roof, for a weekend of drinking, rockin' and meeting new people was new when we decided to start this shindig back in 2000. We pride ourselves in the all accepting attitude created at HRW by our attendees. That’s why we call it “The best party with your best friends!” Heavy Rebel Weekender is unique in its ability to showcase working bands and touring bands - bands that make a living playing music and driving shitty vans and buses. Bands that call the road home. Want to play? Heavy Rebel Weekender takes place at the Millennium Center in downtown Winston-Salem, NC every 4th of July weekend. Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Heavy-Rebel-Weekender/353176528570 Event https://www.facebook.com/events/295605970620400/Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Janis Joplin, Concrete Blonde, Iron Maiden, Danzig, Girlschool
Bio: The Hell No is a dynamic female fronted four-piece, best described as a mix of punk 'n roll, blues rock, and heavy metal.
Their diverse sound allows them the freedom to share the stage with a variety of acts, from hard rock, to highly technical progressive rock, to hardcore punk and thrash metal...See Full Bio
“The Hell No launched into their set with “Smokin' Gun” and “Please Don’t Go.” The crowd... was immediately rocking along with the band. Singer Brenna Leath’s vocals are a force to be reckoned with as evident in the slow and sultry “Cherry [Blossom].” The rest of The Hell No's set was filled with songs about good and bad relationships and everything that goes along with them. “The Right Thing,” as introduced by Brenna, is about telling the truth even when it’s hard to do. Ash Lopez on bass, Adam Johnson on guitar, and Dave McDonald on drums were a well oiled machine. The rhythm section provided a solid platform for Adam’s impressive guitar work to build on.”