The 2018 Rock on the Range at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, wrapped up last night (May 20) with an epic performance by Tool -- which Maynard James Keenan dedicated to the friends and family of Chris Cornell -- closing the three-day rock and metal festival. Cornell was on the minds of many performers and fans: Friday night was the one year anniversary of his passing. Saturday night would have been the one year anniversary of Soundgarden headlining the 2017 Rock on the Range festival. Alice In Chains, who headlined Friday night, paid tribute via their set-closing Soundgarden covers, "Hunted Down" and "Boot Camp."

The weekend was one long highlight, other than the massive delays due to the threat of thunderstorms on Saturday, but sets by legendary bands including A Perfect Circle, Stone Sour, Godsmack and Stone Temple Pilots made up for it. It wasn't just about veterans: Code Orange, Power Trip, Fever 333 and Baroness were among some of the other highlights. Greta Van Fleet's set seemed to be the talk of the festival on Friday, and Sunday morning kicked off with the one-two punch of Them Evils and Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown. All three bands highlighted the fact that not only is rock alive and well, but so is rock and roll; these groups aren't about furious thrash or punk-inspired metal; their reference points predate either of those movements.

Besides music, the festival offered an impressive lineup in the comedy tent; Curb Your Enthusiasm's JB Smoove leveled the joint on Saturday night, with an amazing set that saw him planking on stage.

Watch highlights and interviews from the festival in the player above, and check out our photos in the gallery below.

Rock on the Range 2018 Photo Gallery