Live and Stone Temple Pilots will headline this year's Rolling Rock Town Fair, set for Aug. 4 in the brewery's home base of Latrobe, Pa. Deftones, Incubus, and Oleander will also be on the bill for th

Live and Stone Temple Pilots will headline this year's Rolling Rock Town Fair, set for Aug. 4 in the brewery's home base of Latrobe, Pa. Deftones, Incubus, and Oleander will also be on the bill for the event, to be held at the Westmoreland County Fairgrounds, about an hour east of Pittsburgh. Tickets go on sale on April 20.

Last year's event, which featured Moby, Filter, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fuel, Our Lady Peace, and Marcy Playground, drew a crowd of more than 33,000. The company's official Web site promises "such old-fashioned amusements as pie-eating contests, dunk tanks, cow milking, pony rides, and maybe even a little stage diving."

The show will be something of a local gig for the members of Live, who hail from York, Pa. The group is working on its fifth Radioactive/MCA studio album; in the meantime, a free download of "Forever May Not Be Long Enough," Live's contribution to the Decca/Universal soundtrack for the upcoming film "The Mummy Returns," is available from the band's official Web site.

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