Former MANOWAR/DICTATORS guitarist Ross The Boss, SEVEN WITCHES, BRAND NEW SIN, MAGUS BEAST, CONSTRICTED, ZANDELLE and OVERLORDE are among the confirmed bands for the second annual Brooklyn Metalfest, set to take place Friday, June 22 and Saturday, June 23 at the Hook in Brooklyn, New York. The first band will hit the stage at 7:00 p.m. on Friday and at 12 noon on Saturday. Admission will be $15 dollars for single-day tickets and $20 for two-day passes. There will also be a free BBQ for all paid admissions (free food only). Other bands that are scheduled to appear include SKULLSHIFTER, VICTIM OF PAIN, TWILIGHT ODYSSEY, BORGO PASS, DEVILS ISLAND, CASTROFATE, ILLUSION OF FATE, DISBELIEVER, CHICAGO TYPEWRITER, AUDIBLE THOUGHT and ELOQUOR.
For ticket sales, go to www.ticketweb.com or search out one of your favorite bands that is performing at the event and get your tickets from them. Tickets will be available at the Ticketweb web site as of Wednesday, April 4.
For more information, visit www.brooklynmetalfest.com.
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