Following two consecutive weekends of live music at Discovery Park in Sacramento, California celebrating the 10th anniversary of Aftershock Festival on October 6th-9th, as well as the newest festival in the Danny Wimmer Presents lineup, Golden Sky the following weekend, details have been released for next year already.



Announced this week, both Aftershock, and GoldenSky Country Music Festival will be returning next year, on October 5th-8th, and October 14th-15th respectively. Weekend GA and VIP Early Bird Passes for both events are available now, with a low-down payment required of just $10. Purchasers will have seven months to pay off their purchase, once again giving fans the most affordable options to attend the west coast’s BIGGEST rock festival… or country… if you’re into that as well. Lineups for both Aftershock and GoldenSky should be announced in early spring of next year, and you can keep up to date with information and releases for Aftershock here. Also, in what started with a not-so-cryptic video posted by DWP earlier this week as seen here.

The return of Danny Wimmer Presents music mecca, Sonic Temple Art & Music Festival was announced fully today, at the Historic Crew Stadium for four full days of Music Art and more over Memorial Day Weekend, May 25th-28th, 2023

DWP founder Danny Wimmer stated:

“Columbus, OH is such a special place to Danny Wimmer Presents. It is where the company produced some of the biggest and most acclaimed rock festivals in the United States, so to be able to return home to Historic Crew Stadium to give fans Sonic Temple once again is going to be the highlight of 2023 for us. We can’t wait to welcome everyone back!”


Fans can sign-up to get first access for Early Bird presale by visiting the official website here.