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Phil Campbell Confirmed In Final Amplified Festival Announcement Plus 'Iron Man' Harley-Davidson Prize Draw



Amplified Open Air Festival 2017 Final Line-up with Phil Campbell confirmed plus exclusive custom 'Iron Man' Harley-Davidson to be won in prize draw



Amplified Open Air Festival has confirmed its final line-up with the announcement that legendary Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell and his band The Bastard Sons will headline the Red Stripe Main Stage on Saturday night, 22nd July 2017. The group joins other stage headline acts including Puddle Of Mudd, Reef, Acid Reign, Diamond Head, Evil Scarecrow, Raging Speedhorn, Astroid Boys and Milk Teeth.



"It's great to be headlining this brand new festival showcasing the best in U.K. Rock and Metal. See you guys there!" – Phil Campbell



Amplified is also excited to announce that they will be giving away in conjunction with Blade Harley-Davidson, Cheltenham a unique one-off motorcycle to one lucky ticket holder at this year's festival. The 'Iron Man' themed Sportster XL833N custom built for the Harley Davidson 'Battle Of The Kings' event with paint livery by Reborn To Be Wild along with the special blue light-up Iron Man chest piece could be yours.



At a cost value of £10,000 with an approximate £2,000 worth of customisation, THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A UNIQUE ONE-OFF!



Full details about this amazing opportunity plus terms and conditions can be found at www.amplifiedrocks.com. The winner will be announced on the main stage on Sunday 23rd July 2017.





Tickets on sale now:

Adult weekend £80 (includes camping and free parking)

VIP weekend £125 (includes camping and free parking + backstage access)

Day tickets £45

Discounted group saver offers are also available



http://amplifiedrocks.com/tickets or via SEE Tickets:

http://www.seetickets.com/event/amplified-2017/quarrydowns-northleach/1045951

Check out Amplified's event poster for the final line up:

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