BuzzFest 2 in 1996 was also held on April 20.
BuzzFest 30 will mark Shinedown's fourth BuzzFest appearance. They played at BuzzFests 14, 17 and 22. They headlined the side stage at BuzzFests 14 and 22. BuzzFest 30 will be their first time headlining the entire show.
P.O.D. is making their third BuzzFest appearance this year. They played BuzzFests 9 and 27, headlining 9 in the spring of 2002.
This is the fourth BuzzFest appearance for Bush. They headlined the first and 27th, also appearing at BF 25.
The Hollywood Undead are making their second BuzzFest appearance. They were booked again because they totally rocked the side stage last fall.
Stone Sour is back for a third BuzzFest, having played at BuzzFests 11 and 18.
This is BuzzFest #4 for The Dirty Heads. They played BuzzFests 25, 26 and 28.
BuzzFest veterans Papa Roach are back for their seventh appearance. They played at BuzzFests 6, 14, 15, 19, 22 and 25. At their first appearance, they played on what is now our broadcast stage.
For Oleander, this is their third BuzzFest. They played at BF's 6 and 7.
Sick Puppies have become BuzzFest favorites, making this their fifth showing. They also played BuzzFests 20, 21, 24 and 25.
The Virgin Marys are making their BuzzFest debut. The British band is known for "Dead Man's Shoes," currently on The Buzz. Their first full-length CD, "King Of Conflicts," was released Feb. 12.
A Silent Film is also new to BuzzFest. Another UK band, they chose their name after writing a song using the melody from a tune in a Charlie Chaplin film. Their hit "Harbour Lights" is currently on The Buzz.
IAMDYNAMITE is at BuzzFest for the first time. You've heard their song, "Where Will We Go" on The Buzz. They recorded their latest album, "Super Mega Fantastic," at Willie Nelson's Perdernales Studio outside of Austin. (They're not to be confused with BuzzFest 13 artist Ima Robot who had a big hit with the song "Dynomite.")
Beware Of Darkness is another first-time BuzzFest band, but they've opened shows for Stone Temple Pilots, Deftones, Social Distortion and Bush. They're from California, and you've heard their song "Howl" on The Buzz.
Youngblood Hawke is from L.A. and making a first-time BuzzFest appearance. They're known for the song "We Come Running."