THE INTERNATIONALLY-RENOWNED M3 ROCK FESTIVAL RETURNS TO MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION FOR ANOTHER FULL WEEKEND OF THE BEST ‘80s ARENA ROCK ARTISTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
FEATURING THE NEW SKYLAWN VIEWING AREA

OFFICIAL M3 KIX-OFF PARTY & CONCERT FRIDAY, April 30
2021 M3 ROCK FESTIVAL SATURDAY, May 1 & SUNDAY, May 2
MORE ARTISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED

Ticket information at Ticketmaster.com

COLUMBIA, Md. – M3 Rock Festival is celebrating a dirty dozen – the 12th edition of Merriweather Post Pavilion’s internationally-renowned ‘80s metal festival promises three days of excitement with festivities beginning Friday, April 30 with the annual Kix-off party, followed by a full weekend of performances Saturday, May 1 and Sunday, May 2 2021.

Take to the skies this year with Merriweather Post Pavilion’s new SkyLawn – keeping your feet on the grassy ground while soaring 43 feet above the pavilion. It’s like walking on air, with the views to match!

Over the past decade, M3 has become more than a festival – it’s an ‘80s arena rock experience. Drawing diehard fans from six continents, 20 countries, and every state, M3 has evolved into an annual pilgrimage for those who grew up with ‘80s rock (a genre of music now referred to as the “new classic rock”) as well as for younger fans who embrace the fun and excitement of the glam metal era.

ABOUT I.M.P.
Formed in 1980, I.M.P. is a Bethesda, Md.-based independent concert promoter and event production company. In addition to launching the Virgin Festival in the U.S. and Preakness InField Fest and programming and producing the Sweetlife Festival, the principals at I.M.P. own Washington D.C.’s legendary 9:30 Club, named the Top Club by Rolling Stone, Billboard and Pollstar, renowned as the premier place to see and hear cutting-edge live music of all varieties. I.M.P. also programs and operates Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md. and the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C. The Anthem is the company’s new 2,500 – 6,000 person capacity venue, which opened October of 2017 on the Southwest Waterfront in Washington, D.C. Over the last 39 years, I.M.P. has put on nearly 20,000 events, hosting millions of music fans.