Airbourne lead first acts for Hard Rock Hell

Airbourne

buy tickets now > Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th November 2017
Haven, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 6HJ, Wales MAP
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accommodation from £129 for 3 day pass (based on 7 people sharing)

daily capacity: 6000

last updated: Yesterday, 03:54pm

Hard Rock Hell returns for its 11th edition as a three day event, this time dubbed as ‘Knights Of The Dark Order’ and takes place once again at Haven, Hafan y Môr Holiday Park, in Pwllheli, North Wales from Thursday 9th until Sunday 12th November 2017.

Leading the first acts to be confirmed are Australian power rockers Airbourne. The UK Winter rock music festival line-up will feature over 50 bands from around the globe performing throughout the weekend including Y&T, Gun, Syteria, and Germany’s The New Roses.

We’re not resting on our laurels or anything else: 2017 is going to be the biggest adventure yet!” promises CEO Jonni Davis, adding, “We’re taking the HRH experience out to Australia, NZ and Singapore; meanwhile some fresh new branches are growing from the HRH tree here in the U.K. – new genres and niches of rock and metal that our community want us to add into the mix. It’s going to be a Hell of a year, and of course we’ll still be delivering our core events. HRH XI is going to be the best yet! Bring it on!

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Ticket prices start from £129 for 3 day pass including accommodation (based on 7 people sharing). All tickets include free parking.

Note: This event is for over 18s

Starting on Thursday evening with a hand-picked selection of live appearances and The Great Big Prog Mag Quiz. HRH: Prog 2’s arenas feature state-of-the-art sound and lighting production with lots of seating, food stations and well-stocked round-the-clock bars, plus signings, psychedelic entertainment, fringe activities, plus go karts, crazy golf, archery and laser quest.

buy tickets now > Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th November 2017
Haven, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 6HJ, Wales MAP
find nearby
accommodation from £129 for 3 day pass (based on 7 people sharing)

daily capacity: 6000

last updated: Yesterday, 03:54pm

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