A farewell performance by Twisted Sister headlines the second annual Rock Carnival, which will be held over three days this fall among classic rides and fair-style entertainment. The date is being called the band's last concert in the U.S. northeast.

Also performing at the Rock Carnival between Sept. 30-Oct. 2 at First Energy Park in Lakewood, N.J., are Ace Frehley, Tom Keifer's Cinderella, Dokken and others. Additional bands are promised. Tickets go on sale at noon ET May 13 on TicketFly.

The event will also feature food-truck offerings, a beer garden and professional wrestling. Early-bird three-day admission passes start at $95.90; reserved-seat weekend packages start at $119.99. Skyboxes, VIP passes, daily general admission and reserved seats go on sale June 7. Visit the Rock Carnival's official site for info.

Twisted Sister began a career that included the hits "We're Not Gonna Take It" and "I Wanna Rock" in Lakehurst, N.J., near the Rock Carnival site. "As 2016 marks the end of our live performing career, Twisted Sister is looking forward to returning to the tri-state N.Y.C. area for the final time," Twisted Sister's Jay Jay French says in a press release. "In celebrating our 40th anniversary and our farewell to live performing, we are bringing our 40 & F--- It worldwide farewell tour one last time to the area that created us."

There will be two main festival stages, placed side by side, at the event. Other confirmed acts for this year's Rock Carnival include Monster Magnet, Fuel and Texas Hippie Coalition, among others.

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