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Blastfest Annoucement - Day Schedule & Day Passes!




Who will be playing on what day at Blastfest 2015? The time has now arrived and Blastfest organisers have now released the day schedule! Day passes have also been released and are available here: http://blastfest.no/?page_id=60

Kicking things off in true KVLT style with metal up your sea born asses! Blastfest will begin on Bergen's finest party boat, Showline, with the ship setting sail at 1pm and heading into the sunset with live bands and a set from a very special DJ. After the cruise, the ship will dock back in Bergen city where everyone will head over to Bergen's beloved venue, Garage Bergen, to continue the party with more bands blasting into the night.
 
Day 1 - Wednesday 18th February 2015
Bömbers - The Ultimate Motörhead Tribute
Gehenna
Grimfist
Kall
Naer Mataron
The Sickening
Falloch
The 3rd Attempt
Aspherium
Purple Hill Witch


Day 2 - Thursday 19th February 2015
Watain
Dark Tranquility
Primordial
Samael
Moonsorrow
Rotting Christ
Craft
Melechesh
Orange Goblin
Den Saakaldte
Saturnus
Hecate Enthroned
Tortorum
Djevelkult
Dead To This World


Day 3 - Friday 20th February 2015
At The Gates
Dark Funeral
Borknagar
Paradise Lost
Cryptopsy
Satan
Schrinec Plays Pungent Stench
Destroyer 666
Morgoth
Baptism
Endstille
Byfrost
Alfahanne
Sarkom
Bolzer


Day 4 - Saturday 21th February 2015
Satyricon
Finntroll
Destruction
Decapitated
Asphyx
Impaled Nazarene
Tsjuder
Sarke
Vallenfyre
Demilich
Blood Red Throne
Winterfylleth
Esoteric
Crib45
Wyruz


4 Days | 4 Venues | 60 Bands | Exhibitions | Clinics | Stand Up Comedy | Tattoo Convention | Theme DJ's


Tickets on sale now:
http://blastfest.no/?page_id=60


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