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ACID REIGN TO SPECIAL GUEST AT BREAKING BANDS FESTIVAL 2017 – 15 MORE BANDS ANNOUNCED!

The BREAKING BANDS FESTIVAL keeps on going from strength to strength and next year’s festival promises to be the best yet. Taking place at the Stoke Prior Sports & Country Club in Bromsgrove, the Festival is renowned for delivering the very best up and coming Metal, Punk and Rock bands to the general public, and this year’s event will be no different. True to form, Breaking Bands Festival will showcase even more bands in 2017, and this year there will also be an increase in events. As with previous years, the festival runs for three full days throughout the late May Bank Holiday, which falls on 26 th -28th May 2017.

Now joining the existing line up, which features: Forgotten Remains, Dakesis, Donkerkarnuffel, Syteria, Footprints In The Custard, Seething Akira, and Superhooch, we are pleased to announce that FIFTEEN additional bands will be added to the event. Acclaimed UK Thrashers Acid Reign are the Sunday night Special Guest Headliners, while Heavy Rock N Rollers Metasoma are Sunday’s sub headliners. Popular rockers Massive Wagons are headlining Saturday night with UK Rock Revolutionists Falling Red as the sub headliners. Also added to the bill are: Colour of Noise, Core of IO, Damn Dice, Deified, Departed, Fahran, Gothzilla, Pilla, Syren City, The Featherz, and Wicked Stone.

If you’re new to Breaking Bands Festival, then you’ve been missing out. Organised by Mucka Jay and the team at TBFM, the festival was founded in 2015 and every event to date has sold out well beforehand. Hundreds of tickets have already been snapped up for next year’s event, so Breaking Bands will once again sell out. To purchase your tickets, visit breakingbandsfestival.com/shop and discover the new bands of tomorrow, today!

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