EPICA And PAIN OF SALVATION To Headline PROGPOWER EUROPE Festival
EPICA and PAIN OF SALVATION have been confirmed as the headliners of this year's edition of ProgPower Europe festival, set to take place October 1-2 in Baarlo, The Netherlands. The complete festival billing is as follows:
Saturday, October 1:
THROES OF DAWN (Finland)
ORPHANED LAND (Israel)
NOVEMBERS DOOM (USA)
GREEN CARNATION (Norway)
Sunday, October 2:
THE AURORA PROJECT (Netherlands)
DYNAMIC LIGHTS (Italy)
PAGAN'S MIND (Norway)
PAIN OF SALVATION (Sweden)
Package deals, including a stay in Baarlo, will go on sale on May 1, as long as they are available. As soon as the package deals are sold out, weekend tickets go on sale and if available, day tickets will go on sale early August. A pre-party with free entrance is also in the works.
For more information, visit www.progpower.com.
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