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Mammothfest Summer Sale, Day Splits & Best Band Competition




Mammothfest are offering a one-off summer sale which ends 31st July, which will be your last chance to secure savings! The festival wants to continue to bring you the finest and up and coming talent to Brighton, UK and to help this they are offering some deals to cater for your needs of what you can afford and to help support the local scene and the event...

Below are 3 ticket links... 0% discount (full price), 25% discount and 33% discount. If full price is too much for you, get a cheaper ticket if you want!

Full price: https://www.gigantic.com/mammothfest-2018-tickets
25% discount: https://www.gigantic.com/mammothfest-2018-various-brighton-venues-2018-10-05-00-00-27664
33% discount: https://www.gigantic.com/mammothfest-2018-various-brighton-venues-2018-10-05-00-00-27664

The future of the festival is unclear but one thing is for certain that 2018 is going to be a blast, so come and be a part of this awesome weekend!

Find out more about what bands are appearing across the weekend below and the day splits:




FRIDAY 5TH OCTOBER - Mammothfest have 3 venues open to you all. The main stage at the ARCH, the "Blackened" 2nd stage and the Hub for all things Rikstock, with another band still to be announced. All 3 venues are very close, in fact, the ARCH and HUB are part of the same building while sticky mikes is a 1-minute walk so why not get an "access all venues" discounted day ticket or a weekend ticket and catch all the bands performing. Make sure you see EYE MASTER, the singer is the vocalist for King Leviathan with Blackstorm members and more!


SATURDAY 6TH OCTOBER is arguably one of Mammothfest's biggest line up ever with the mighty DECAPITATED headlining, what an honour this will be for all. Supporting them are the slam kings INGESTED who are on a path towards world domination as they ruin America with their new album and so many other incredible bands this is simply not to be missed. The festival is already at 50% ticket sales for this one so if you planned to attend we highly recommend getting your tickets as soon as possible, to avoid missing this truly epic event.


SUNDAY 7TH OCTOBER  is the most diverse. Not only is the awesome CYPECORE headlining, joining them as coheadliners are the legendary KING LEVIATHAN who will complete their last ever Brighton performance at Mammothfest before going on an indefinite hiatus, so this is going to be another magic moment for all. Mammothfest also have the national BEST BANDS FINAL where all the regional winners from around the UK & Ireland will compete against one another for a chance to be crowned MAMMOTHFEST BEST BAND 2018. These bands are amazing so this is going to be a stunning day and your VOTES will help decide the winner!


For more on Mammothfest:

www.mammothfest.uk

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