The Press Release:
Breaking Benjamin, Disturbed, Korn & Faith No More, Megadeth & Lamb of God and Slipknot were announced today as a part of this year’s Ticket To Rock. Fans will have the chance to purchase a multi-show ticket package at one low price that grants them access to some of the biggest names in rock all summer long at their local amphitheater in select cities. Additional special guests include Staind, Bad Wolves, A Day To Remember, Underoath, Code Orange, Trivium, In Flames, Daron Malakian and Scars on Broadway, Helmet, Spotlights, ’68, Bush, Theory of a Deadman, Saint Asonia, Cory Marks and more. Continue reading Live Nation Announces “Ticket To Rock” 2020 Concert Bundles→
The previously announced reunion of Mr. Bungle (discussed HERE) and their subsequent adding of dates for these select shows (discussed HERE) were great announcements but the massive bit of curiosity was who would be opening for these shows. Now, those answers are revealed. Check it out down below.
The Press Release:
Eureka, Calif. – Mr. Bungle, who surprised fans last month when they unexpectedly announced several live performances, all of which sold out within moments of their on-sale, have announced the bands who will be joining them for the highly-anticipated performances. Hand-picked by the Mr. Bungle band members, the openers include Cattle Decapitation, Possessed, Hirax, the Melvins, Ho99o9, C*nts and Spotlights, reflecting a mix of artists that both influenced the Eureka-born outfit’s 1986 demo, The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny, as well as current bands that the musicians are both fans of and feel are carrying on the spirit of that era, both musically and in attitude. Continue reading Mr. Bungle Reveals Openers For February 2020 Performances→
The Igorrr show will be at the famous Times Square venue after originally being scheduled for the Highline Ballroom. Don’t worry, all tickets will be honored if you have them already. Don’t miss this shocking performance. Support will come from Spotlights.
As previously noted not too long ago, I’ll be continuing to share some of the announcements for this years Roadburn Music Festival in an effort to not only support a really cool happening but also to hopefully expand our global readership base just a little bit. Let’s take a look at the most recently updated news.
The Press Release:
Further to the already announced commissioned project featuring Oranssi Pazuzu and Dark Buddha Rising, Roadburn Festival is thrilled to announce details of the second of such projects, among the next batch of confirmations for the 2018 edition of the festival.
Artistic Director Walter Hoeijmakers comments:
“For several years now, I have been a passionate supporter and advocate of the incredible music scene that is brewing in Iceland. I have witnessed some truly awe-inspiring performances, both on their home soil and further afield, and it is always an honour to have these musicians join us at Roadburn. What makes all of this even more exciting to me, is that I believe that the best is still yet to come for these talented performers – and I have every confidence that we’re going to get a good dose of that with this commissioned performance at Roadburn 2018. We’re nearing the end of our announcements for 2018 as the festival looms ever closer – our side programme and Cul de Sac bands announcement is pencilled in for early February. With day tickets going on sale this week, Roadburn 2018 looks like it will be another sell out edition, and yet another artistic triumph.” Continue reading Roadburn 2018: Details of 2nd Commissioned Performance; Final Bands for Jacob Bannon’s Curation→