Tool Makes A Statement At Welcome To Rockville 2023 Day 4

Welcome To Rockville wrapped up the extended weekend at Daytona International Speedway with an eclectic alternative mix on Sunday, May 21, 2023. UK’s Nova Twins led off this day of genre-bending performances.

WTR23 Nova Twins – Steve Carlos

Angel Du$t showed their range across alternative genres.

WTR23 Angel Dust – Nathan Zucker

Anti-Flag continues to build on their punk rock roots and anti-establishment attitude. They continue to release great new albums and deliver political messaging.

WTR23 Anti-Flag – Steve Thrasher

Filter brought decades of alt-rock credibility to the stage. Look for more new music coming later this year.

WTR23 Filter – Nathan Zucker

Attila packed the DWPresents camping stage with their high energy show.

WTR23 Attila – Steve Carlos

Punk rock legends Pennywise just keep going strong.

WTR23 Pennywise – Lexie Alley

After a decade away, The Mars Volta are back.

WTR23 The Mars Volta – Steve Thrasher

Ghostemane was the final performer on the Rockvillian third stage, hopefully proving once and for all that popular bands need a larger area to accommodate all of their fans.

WTR23 Ghostemane – Steve Carlos

Incubus lit up the Space Zebra stage with their passionate songs and heartfelt delivery.

WTR23 Incubus – Steve Thrasher

Deftones closed down the Octane stage on Sunday night in style, as they always do.

WTR23 Deftones – Steve Thrasher

The festival came to a close with a dynamic performance from Tool. Frontman Maynard James Keenan dressed in drag, in violation of a recently signed Florida anti-drag law, which restricts minors from attending drag shows. He apparently wasn’t intentionally protesting the law, although earlier in the day, bands such as Anti-Flag were clear in their opposition.

WTR23 TOOL – Steve Thrasher

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