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MammothFest Warm Up Shows/Sponsored Tours!






With one of the heaviest line-ups announced for Mammothfest’s return to Brighton for 2014 to tide you over until the main epic event there are a series of awesome live warm up shows in the run up the main festival taking place on August 30th and 31st!

This weekend (Sunday 6th July - see above) sees possibly the biggest and mightiest of the warm up shows as it includes a partnership with friends UK Tech Fest, who are working with Mammothfest to bring No Consequence, Felix Martin, Drewsif Stalin’s Musical Endeavours, DispersE, Friend For A Foe, Aeolist, Core of iO, Stone Circle and Valis Ablaze to an epic all day event at Mammothfest’s venue, The Green Door Store, on Sunday 6th July, so this really is a true taste of what lies ahead for the big event!

Head down to this big event! Tickets £5 in advance, more on the door and available from

http://vanitasdirect.com/home/713--mammothfest-warm-up.html

Also check out Tech-Fest 2014 here: www.uktechfest.com

The rampage of warm up shows continues after the 6th July show also, as well as a set of sponsored tours in the UK consisting of 4 Mammothfest bands The aforementioned Core of iO head out, as do epic progressive death outfit Stone Circle. Taken by the tide are soon to roll out across the UK while
the final tour sees Exist Immortal and Cambion join forces to spread the gospel according to MAMMOTHFEST.

See below list of Mammothfest Warm Up Shows:

06th July, Brighton, Green Door Store - No Consequence, Felix Martin
PLUS loads more – UK Tech Fest Partnered

https://www.facebook.com/#!/uktechfest

25th July, Bristol, The Gryphon - Meta-stasis, Valisblaze, Core of iO,
Fall Of The Archetype

28th July, Eastbourne, Busker Bar - Mask of Judas, No Sin Evades His
Gaze, Everest, Invius, Core of iO, Oaths

29th July, Dartford, Bull n Vic - Core of io

9th Aug, Worthing, Bar 42 - Mask Of Judas, Stone circle, Left Arm
Pregnant, Bleed Again

For more information on Mammothfest sponsored tours, see:

1) Core of iO: http://www.coreofio.com/
2) Stone Circle: http://www.stonecirclemetal.com/
3) Taken By the Tide: https://www.facebook.com/TakenByTheTide
4) Exist Immortal and Cambion: https://www.facebook.com/existimmortal
and                          http://www.cambionofficial.co.uk/

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