FESTIVAL NEWS: Day tickets for Bloodstock released PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mark Ashby   
Thursday, 29 June 2017 19:04

Day tickets for this year’s Bloodstock go on sale at 9am tomorrow (Friday 30 June).

 

They cost £60 (plus booking fee) per day, and are available HERE.

 

BOA Poster 20 June 2017

 

Four-day 'weekend tickets with camping' are also still available, priced £139 (plus booking fee). Children's weekend tickets are just £35 (+ booking fee) and under four go free!  According to our inside sources at Bloodstock, “weekend tickets are selling faster than ever this year and may well sell out entirely before festival weekend, so don't delay if you want to guarantee access to the UK's best metal weekender!”

 

Details also have been announced of this year’s RAM Gallery. Alongside works by Bloodstock founder Paul Raymond Gregory, Berlin-based artist and illustrator Eliran Kantor, who has created sleeve art for the likes Testament, Soulfly, Iced Earth, and Hatebreed, will show six pieces of work.  Also exhibiting this year will be Christian Sloan Hall, who will show a few of the many pieces of work he's created for Friday headliner Amon Amarth, Daniel P. Carter, presenter of the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show, rock photographer Paul Harries, Heathen Waxworks and guitar artist Luthier Cynosure, who will be exhibiting two brand new bespoke instruments.  

 

More of this year’s 'Metal 2 The Masses' winners also have been confirmed for the Hobgoblin New Blood stage. Merseyside winners Reaper, Nottingham champions Raised By Owls and Decrepit Monolith, who landed the top spot in Newcastle have been added to the Saturday bill, while Prognosis, who took first prize in Manchester, will appear on the Sunday.  Three other M2TM competitors impressed enough to be invited along, with Thuum and Carlisle runners up Blood Thread both appearing on the Friday, and Dublin's second-placed Na Cruithne joining the bill on Sunday.

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 June 2017 19:11