The warm weather is upon us, and that means longer days, more sunlight, no school and countless visits to beach, park or anywhere else you like to visit in the spring and summer. Summer is my least favorite season, but the best part about it is all of the concerts and festivals that happen all over the U.S. Several summer festivals have already been announced, and now, the fifth annual Rockapalooza event has been revealed, as well as its line-up. Read on to find out who will be performing.

The festival, which will hold 60 bands on five stages, will take place on June 23 at the Jackson, Michigan fairgrounds. It starts at 10:30 am and will feature the following:

Main Stage: Nationals on Monster Energy Stage:
Headliner: Puddle of Mudd
We Came as Romans
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

2nd Stage: National Guard Stage:
Wayne Static
Woe Is Me
Riven (Formerly Motograter)
Sore Eyes
Ghosts of August

Other opening bands include:

It Lies Within
Lifeline Revolution
Ballz Deluxe
Blind Reflection
Second Season
Breaking Paradox
Distant Decend
Throwing Gravity
Blackened Earth
Thee Unknown
Fall of Eleven
The Elder Beer Men
Myths and Legends
Circus Asylum
Seeking Seven
Hollow Drive
Fire in the Sky
Violet Void
Beyond the Shadows
Barefoot Breakdown
Nothing More Than This
The Sunset Villians
The Getbye
Nation of Wealth

There will also be a pre-party concert the day before the actual festival, which will feature bands Trapt and Stone Eyes. This will also take place at the fairgrounds starting at 6 pm, and it's free!

Also appearing as guest host and bartender will be Dennis Haskins, AKA Mr. Belding from Saved by the Bell.

According to the article:

The advance price of tickets for this year's Rockapalooza is $30, while day of show tickets cost $35. All children under the age of 10 are admitted free, and the event is all ages. This year, Jam Heads Party Deck passes are just $100 and include half off discounts on beer and food, free Monster Energy Drink, a meet and greet with Puddle of Mudd, Rehab, and Sore Eyes, and features a shaded area with seating.

Go here to purchase tickets.

What do you think of this year's line-up?