ROCKINGHAM — Epicenter will not be returning to The Rock.

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ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County saw the sixth-largest increase across the state in visitor spending for 2018, according to a study announced Thursday.

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ROCKINGHAM — Sales tax revenues were up significantly for the month of May, County Manager Bryan Land told the Richmond County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday.

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ROCKINGHAM — During the inaugural Epicenter Festival in May, there were representatives from myriad media outlets, ranging from newspapers and magazines to radio.

But there was one individual who stood out — mostly because of his age.

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ROCKINGHAM — The dates for next year’s Epicenter Festival should be announced within the next few weeks, despite a multi-million dollar loss in its inaugural run.

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ROCKINGHAM — As the economic impact from last weekend’s inaugural Epicenter Festival is still being calculated, it’s apparent it wasn’t just the fans contributing.

Several of the bands stopped by local businesses to grab a bite to eat.

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ROCKINGHAM — The pit area at Rockingham Dragway, which on most weekends is home to hundreds of high-performance race cars, has been transformed this week to accommodate the biggest non-automotive event in Richmond County history.

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HAMLET — The Richmond County Chamber of Commerce is encouraging local businesses to roll out the proverbial red carpet for visitors in advance of this weekend’s Epicenter Festival.

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HAMLET — With the increased traffic expected for Epicenter Festival this weekend, public school students are getting a three-day weekend.

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The music performance times and Campers’ Pre-Party details are now available for the debut of Epicenter, May 10, 11 and 12 at the newly created Rockingham Festival Grounds in Richmond County, NC. The new 3-day destination music experience will feature a massive lineup of top rock acts performing on five stages, including Foo Fighters, Tool, Korn, Rob Zombie, Judas Priest, Bring Me The Horizon, The Cult, 311, Evanescence, Bush, +LIVE+ and dozens more.

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