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Metal United Down Under 2017 Venues Announced

Metal United Down Under (MUDU) is an initiative to create a united event with many Australian cities and a wide range of metal and metal related genres. The event consists of an average of 13 shows on the same day under the MUDU banner. On average 100 bands per year have participated over the last three annual events.

The MUDU team is finalising the list of participating cities for the fourth round on the 16th of September, 2017. So far the following venues have been booked:

Adelaide: Enigma Bar (Promoter: McEwen DIY Management & Touring)
Bendigo: MusicMan Megastore (Promoter: MusicMan Megastore)
Brisbane: The Backroom (Promoter: Metal of Honor)
Canberra: The Basement (Promoter: Lord Ragnar)
Darwin: Happy Yess (Promoter: Evel-E Productions)
Lismore: New Tattersalls Hotel (Promoter: Pulpitation Music Promotions)
Sydney: The Bald Faced Stag (Promoter: Metal-Roos & Deaf To All But Metal)

Shows are also planned in the following cities:
Hervey Bay (Promoter: Impale The Heart Productions)
Hobart (Promoter: Tyrantula Productions)
Melbourne (Megaton Music)
Perth (Promoter: Executioner Productions)
Wollongong (Promoter: Carbon Black)

Promoters are already working on their lineups with some nearly finalised. However, promoters are still welcome to join the MUDU team by contacting events[at]metal-roos.com.au. Bands are further invited to submit a song for the official MUDU compilation, which will be distributed at the shows and at Wacken Open Air in Germany. The deadline for submissions is March 31st, 2017.

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