ZZ Top, Tenacious D, Disturbed, Axel Rudi Pell, Blackberry Smoke, Candlemass, Powerwolf, Gorgoroth, Green Jellÿ, The Night Flight Orchestra, Jag Panzer, Blaze Bayley, FM, Krisiun, Myrath, Thundermother, Zal Cleminson’s Sin Dogs, Jared James Nichols, The Quill and Gathering Of Kings are now confirmed for Sweden Rock Festival 2019!
The festival will present another 45 acts before the line-up is complete. 4 day tickets are already sold out but there are some 3 day tickets left. Single day tickets will go on sale during the winter.
As previously reported here at Stargazed Magazine, the festival will be held on June 5th-8th 2019 in Sölvesborg, south of Sweden, and feature Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow, Kiss, Def Leppard, Uli Jon Roth, Joe Lynn Turner, Magnum, Demon, Krokus, Skid Row, At The Gates, Annihilator, Demons & Wizards, Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy, HammerFall, Death Angel and Beast In Black.
Idag välkomnar vi ytterligare 20 bekräftade akter till Sweden Rock Festival 2019! Kolla in filmen så ser du vilka de är! Efter detta släpp återstår 45 band att presentera innan nästa års line-up är komplett.De ordinarie 4-dagarsbiljetterna är slut, men ett litet antal 3-dagarsbiljetter finns fortfarande till försäljning. 1-dagsbiljetterna beräknas släppas under vintern.För mer info om banden kan ni ladda ner vår APP, eller besöka vår hemsida http://www.swedenrock.com#SRF #SRF19 #SwedenRockFestival #SwedenRockFestival19 #SwedenRock
Publicerat av Sweden Rock Festival Tisdag 20 november 2018
2019 will mark 50 years since the formation of ZZ Top and 10 years since they last played at the Sweden Rock Festival. Now the world’s greatest blues rock trio is heading back to Sölvesborg to let classics like “Gimme all your lovin'”, “Sharp dressed man”, “Tush”, “La grange” and many more sound over the Sweden Rock fields once again.
Actor Jack Black and guitarist Kyle Gass started Tenacious D as a bar show act, but their humoristic style and witty lyrics soon made them huge. Black’s film career only allows the band to tour sporadically, but in Sweden they have lately managed to create chaos at an over populated free amusement park show and sell out an acoustic show at Arenan in Stockholm in virtually no time at all. Needless to say, when they make their Sweden Rock debut, it will be as a full, electric band.
Disturbed has remained in major league of modern metal throughout the 2000’s, much thanks to songs like “Stricken”, “Down with the sickness” and “Indestructible”. Their fanbase is likely to have expanded even further with their hit cover of the Simon & Garfunkel classic “The sound of silence” a couple of years ago. We have wanted the band back to Sweden Rock since their hugely successful 2008 show and in June it is finally time!