Rock on the Range 2017 is in the books after another successful weekend despite weather delays and the absence of Soundgarden's headlining performance following the tragic death of Chris Cornell. While moving Cornell tributes were among the highlights of the fest, Papa Roach offered up one of the more unique performances from the weekend, inviting a local high school marching band onstage with them to play "Born for Greatness" off their new album, Crooked Teeth.

Frontman Jacoby Shaddix thanked the crowd for supporting rock music and Rock on the Range, proceeding to blow a whistle in three short bursts, queuing Columbus, Ohio's, Olentangy Orange High School Marching Pioneers to hit the stage as the drum groove carried the song forward. Shaddix briefly interrupted, building up momentum before the song broke loose with the help of their massive onstage supporting cast.

"Born for Greatness" appeared to be the prime choice for this marching band as they've previously performed with Twenty One Pilots and Fall Out Boy. The video below provides additional angles where you can watch the marching band readying themselves backstage, walking out when called upon.

Papa Roach's Crooked Teeth is out now, featuring new fan favorites like "Help," "Periscope," "American Dreams" and "None of the Above" in addition to "Born for Greatness." The group will be hitting festivals around the world throughout the summer and to see all of their upcoming tour dates, check the Papa Roach Facebook page.

Side Angles of Papa Roach Performing With High School Marching Band

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