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Tygers Of Pan Tang Posts Tour Update From Keep It True Festival

New Wave Of British Heavy Metal veterans Tygers Of Pan Tang has checked in with a message regarding their performance at Germany's Keep It True festival. The message reads as follows:

"We would like to thank everybody who attended the Keep It True festival for the incredible reception you gave the band last Saturday, we were blown away by the whole experience. Leading up to the festival there were bands pulling out due to the Iceland Volcano but we were determined to play no matter what and any band who did not make it missed out on a very special two days. We will remember the festival for a very long time.

"Festivals in Europe such as Keep It True, Heavy Metal Maniacs, Headbangers Open Air and hundreds of others are what keeps our music alive. These festivals are organised by true fans who spend thousands of hours of their time dedicated to the music they love. Our thanks go to every organizer as without you we would not get the chance to play our music.

"If you get the chance, support your local festival and keep them all alive.

"Thanks again to everybody!"

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wilco's avatar

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1. wilco writes:

hope the will play on graspop as well
love that band

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2. Diamond Oz writes:

Would be cool if they play Graspop, don't see it happening though.

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