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MammothFest 2015 - Set to Stampede Brighton - News & Tickets on Sale!!
















Following on from the success of this year's Mammothfest back in August, which featured headliners, Savage Messiah and Martyr Defiled along with support from Meta-Stasis, Ingested, Abhorrent Decimation, Mask Of Judas, Collisions, No Sin Evades His Gaze and many many more mighty metal offerings, comes news about the next epic Mammothfest 2015 which is massive in comparison to this year's event, as it will be held over 3 days at 3 venues due to overwhelming support! The dates and venues are as follows:


  • Friday 2nd October – The Haunt
  • Saturday 3rd October – The Green Door Store & The Prince Albert
  • Sunday 4th October – The Green Door Store & The Prince Albert
The festival is so sure of success again that they have bravely released early bird tickets for next year with no band announcements to go with it! Although the festival organisers have pinned down some immense acts already who surely will be ready to destroy our eardrums!
 
Early discount price tickets for the whole weekend have been released in a limited quantity at only £30, three days - three venues, only £30.
 
This year sees another giant leap forward for Mammothfest Merch too, with early bird ticket purchases comes a whopping 20% discount on anything in stock, as well as for preorders, but be quick because again, this is for a limited time ONLY!

Head to
http://mammothfest.smashthecompetition.co.uk/product-category/tickets-official-merchandise to check out the new Hoodie, shot glasses, hip flask, and a whole load more suited to every pocket. Some would make fabulous stock fillers for your beloved metal fan partner.
Roll on October 2015, when the mighty Mammoth will roar again!
Website: www.mammothmetalfestival.co.uk
Tickets and Merch:
http://bit.ly/Mammothfest2015
Facebook:
www.facebook.com/pages/Mammothfest
Twitter: @Mammothfest14
Email:
info@mammothmetalfestival.co.uk 

Also following on from the success of this years event, Mammothfest has been nominated for "Best metropolitan festival 2014" so please take a minute to vote for Mammothfest!! Vote here: http://www.festivalawards.com/vote




Mammothfest 2014 - The Crowd are having a blast! Photo By Ajit Dutta - Raid Studios

Mammothfest 2014 - Abhorrent Decimation tearing it up! Photo by Ajit Dutta - Raid Studios
      
 
 
 

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