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Stone Temple Pilots Land Ohio Festival Headline Spot

February 12, 2008 3:35 PM ET

The rumors are true: A reunited Stone Temple Pilots will headline this year's Rock on the Range festival in Columbus, Ohio. It will be the band's first concert in six years. Last week, Scott Weiland, currently the lead singer of Velvet Revolver, entered a rehab center after a recent DUI arrest, throwing VR's planned Australian tour (and casting doubt on Weiland's own claims that STP would reunite) in jeopardy. However, VR guitarist Slash also confirmed the Stone Temple reunion. As of yet, no other STP dates have been revealed. The Rock on the Range festival runs May 17th & 18th at Columbus Crew Stadium, and tickets go on sale on Saturday, February 23rd.

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