The first annual Campus Chaos festival took over Northlands Agricom
Friday night, drawing 5,000 eager attendees. Artists Lil Jon, Social Code, State of Shock, Rev Theory,
Tupelo Honey, Krome, Bif Naked, Hinder, Age of Daze, My Sister Ocean,
Armchair Cynics and Soul Side In rocked three halls of the venue until
1 a.m.

 

The back-to-school show traditionally known as NAIT’s Ookfest
has rebranded and moved off the technical college campus. Organizers
hope to take the show on the road in coming years.

 

 

State of shock guitarist Jesse Wainwright.

State of Shock frontman and Edmonton native Cameron Melnyk.

State of Shock guitarist Simon Clow.

(Photo by Duncan Kinney/For Metro Edmonton)

Rev Theory frontman Rich Luzzi. (Photo by Duncan Kinney/For Metro Edmonton)

Canadian Native Bif Naked takes a dimly-lit stage.

Hinder drummer Cody Hanson.

Hinder frontman Austin Winkler.


Hinder guitarist Joe “Blower” Garvey.


Fans cheer for headlining band Hinder.


A group atop the Budweiser trailer at Campus Chaos. (Photo by Duncan Kinney/For Metro Edmonton)