Mötley Crüe, Staind and Whitesnake are set to headline the fifth annual Rocklahoma. The three-day festival is slated for May 27-29 in Pryor, Okla.

Other bands slated to play the festival include Seether, Papa Roach, Saving Abel, Skillet, Sick Puppies, Sebastian Bach, Black Label Society, Drowning Pool, My Darkest Days, Rev Theory, All That Remains, Escape The Fate, Cavo, The Gracious Few, Hail the Villain, Jonathan Tyler & the Northern Lights, Taddy Porter, Pop Evil, Crooked X, Texas Hippie Coalition, New Medicine, Art of Dying, Electric Touch, One Less Reason, Gypsy Pistoleros, Alias, Wildstreet, The Glitter Boys, Gunner Sixx, Black Tora, Mad Max, Aura Surreal, Firstryke, Aska, Pretty Little Suicide, Arena, Blue Tiger, Bad Things, Cutlass, Mock Star and more.

"Not only have we stepped up our game with the top active rock artists on the charts this year like Seether, Papa Roach and Sick Puppies, but we've also taken the classic artists to a new level of insanity with the likes of Mötley Crüe, Whitesnake and a few surprises yet to come!" Joe Litvag, Senior Vice President of AEG Live, said in a press statement. "2011 promises to deliver the biggest Rocklahoma punch to date!"

The bands will be split among different stages. General admission tickets and special VIP packages go one sale Feb. 18 at 10 AM CT via Ticketmaster. Camping is also available.