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Mammothfest Early Bird Tickets On Sale For 2018 & Xmas Show 9th December With Free Raffle To Win Prizes!





Mammothfest 2018 Tickets Now On Sale Plus Xmas Show With Headliners Evil Scarecrow With Free Raffle



Mammothfest UK have just announced their early bird tickets and dates for next year, the festival will take place on 5-7th October 2018 and tickets are currently on special offer at half price for the first 100 tickets, so just £40! Grab this great deal while you can here:

https://www.gigantic.com/mammothfest-2018-tickets

The festival is also teasing that they huge plans in development so there will be a massive announcement and launch of new branding along with a new website when ready, good things come....

Not only that but Mammothfest have their Xmas party next Saturday the 9th December, so come along and enjoy this smashing 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 The Defiled, 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 £12 for a limited time in advance as it will be £15 on the door, so grab this deal while you can! Plus once you buy a ticket you will be entered into a massive raffle for free to win a load of awesome prizes!
https://mammothfest.uk/product/mf2017-christmas-party-evil-scarecrow-supports/





For more details on the Xmas party with Evil Scarecrow visit the event on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1813873985608804/


For more information on Mammothfest:

https://mammothfest.uk/


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