Maryland Deathfest Organizers Trying To Book Two Slots For Bolt Thrower
The organisers of the Maryland Deathfest have announced that, due to a surprisingly strong demand for Thursday tickets, many of which were sold to people specifically citing the British band, Bolt Thrower as the main reason, they are attempting to book a second slot for the band over the weekend. A message from the organizers reads as follows:
"Due to the overwhelming demand for Thursday tickets, specifically to see Bolt Thrower, we have contacted the band who are now looking into the possibility of playing a second set at MDF between Friday-Sunday. If a second set happens, we'll let you know very soon, but do keep in mind that it would also be an inside show. The band prefers to play inside, which is why we scheduled them to headline Thursday to begin with. Nobody, including ourselves or Bolt Thrower, expected tickets for Thursday to sell out (in only three days), so we are doing what we can for those of you who missed out on a ticket, and those that have four-day passes will have an opportunity to see them twice."
The festival will take place from May 23rd to 26th in Baltimore, Maryland and will feature the following lineup:
@ Former Sonar compound:
!T.O.O.H.! (Czech Republic)
AHUMADO GRANUJO (Czech Republic)
BOLT THROWER (UK)
CARPATHIAN FOREST (Norway)
DEIPHAGO (Philippines/Costa Rica)
GLORIOR BELLI (France)
GRIDE (Czech Republic)
INGROWING (Czech Republic)
PAGAN ALTAR (UK)
@ Baltimore Soundstage (no barricade):
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST
FULL OF HELL
ROTTEN SOUND (Finland)
SETE STAR SEPT (Japan)
VITAMIN X (Netherlands)
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