Bring Back Glam! has posted photos and reports from the first two days of the Rock The Bayou music bash, which is taking place August 29 – September 1 on the Rock The Bayou Grounds in Houston, Texas: Day#1, Day#2. Among the bands that have performed at the event so far are QUEENSRŸCHE, GILBY CLARKE, LYNCH MOB, Y&T, SKID ROW, RATT, SAMMY HAGAR, GREAT WHITE, DOKKEN and LITA FORD.
Ali Fazeli, the promoter behind the Rock The Bayou music bash, recently told KTRK-TV Houston about the event, "This is what they call in the industry as a 'mega festival.' We're going to have over 50 bands, three stages. We have a huge ferris wheel; we have a drive-in movie theater. So not only are you going to be able to come out and see some bands that you haven't seen in a very long time perform live, bands or performers such as LITA FORD who hasn't performed in 15 years, SAMMY HAGAR hasn't been here in two or three years, ALICE COOPER, but you're going to be able to have that festival feel; to have the international cuisine, to be able to watch a movie late at night on a big drive-in screen, to ride the ferris wheel, to have a lot of interaction with interactive games that we're going to have there. So we're going to fill up that 150 acres pretty quick."
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