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Mammothfest Christmas Show With Headliners Evil Scarecrow & Supports Saturday 9th December!

Come & Celebrate With Mammothfest At Christmas Metal Party With Evil Scarecrow & Supports Saturday 9th December!

After Mammothfest's colossal festival last month with 3 UK exclusive headliners Rotting Christ, Fleshgod Apocalypse and Amenra it's now time to celebrate and get ready for the festivities! So come along and enjoy this mental Christmas bash with headliners Evil Scarecrow bringing their insane antics and dance moves! Support comes from popular local horror punk act Hell Puppets, electronic metal ravers Magna Carta (ex CollisionsUk / Terrathorn and ex Meta-stasis member) and lastly captivating atmospheric black metal from Sorrow Plagues! Check out the event page here.

You can get tickets to this unmissable Christmas party at a discounted price of £10.60 for a limited time in advance as it will be £15 on the door, so grab this deal while you can!

Here's what frontman of Evil Scarecrow Dr Hell had to same about the upcoming Christmas show!

“What could be more evil than us, in Brighton, celebrating Christmas. Nothing basically. Not only that it’s Mammothfest’s Christmas party. Triple evil. Trevil. We’ve seen Mammothfest grow over the years and, due to schedules and whatnot, have yet to grace it’s stage. So, seaside crab based antics ahoy! We’re bringing our full show and can’t wait to help celebrate this event with everyone.”

In other news at Mammothfest!

Mammothfest following another successful annual event has again been shortlisted for 'Best Metropolitan Festival 2017' at the UK Festival Awards 2017 after making it into the top ten finalists last year for the same category along with 'Best Small Festival'. The actual awards show takes place on November 30th at Troxy in London.


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