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MAMMOTHFEST 2016 ANNOUNCEMENT!!!‏ All Headliners Revealed!





THE MAMMOTH RETURNS!!

The UK metal community revels in delight after it’s brightest rising star in the independent festival market makes it’s opening announcements for their next event, MAMMOTHFEST 2016. The 3 day indoor festival, based in Brighton has revealed ALL its 2016 headliners and has opened up sales for a limited quantity of Early Bird tickets (including accommodation options!!!).


The festival kicks off it's announcements by revealing Dutch Prog Metal Maniacs, Textures will headline the opening night held at THE HAUNT, Friday 30th September. Saturday 1st October, see’s the legendary incarnation Venom Inc. headline CONCORDE 2 and closing the weekend on Sunday 2nd October at THE GREEN DOOR STORE are UK Battle Doom monsters Conan.

But that’s not all, to offer a wider range of choice Mammothfest have also revealed a Black Metal stage that will run on Friday 30th September at THE GREEN DOOR STORE, this will be headlined by UK Black Metal warlords Eastern Front.


You can purchase a weekend Early Bird ticket here

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Check out my interview with Mammothfest Creator, Steve Dickson in the November 2015 Issue of Stencil Mag, where he talks about the success and future of the festival! http://issuu.com/stencilmag/docs/issue34/

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