“Festung Open Air 2010” with Tulus, Gehenna, Gospel of the Horns, Vomitor, Kryptos, Sahg, Baphomet’s Blood and Die Hard

United Metal Maniac presents “Festung Open Air 2010”. The 8th edition of the festival features 16 bands that will be performing in 2 days event. Among the confirmed bands for the Festung Open Air festival are Tulus, Gehenna, Gospel of the Horns, Vomitor, Kryptos, Sahg, Baphomet’s Blood, Die Hard, etc. The festival will take place on May 22-23, 2010 at Glider Airfield in Renneritz, Germany.

It started since 2003 and it is held annually in Germany.

United Metal Maniacs: “The Return of the Festung Open Air in 2010 is finally decided. After a long search for a new location, we found a new one in the neighborhood of Bitterfield (The old one is no longer available). More detailed area information you will find at the topic “Travel”. Furthermore, we’ve started our ticket pre-sale on our web. The pre-sale tickets are strictly limited to 666 pcs and the sale will end on the 30th April 2010. Only 4 months time to buy your ticket! Well, here are the first bands for the festival:


  • Tulus (Nor)
  • Gehenna (Nor)
  • Gospel of the Horns (Aus)
  • Vomitor (Aus)
  • Kryptos (Ind)
  • Sahg (Nor)
  • Baphomet’s Blood (Ita)
  • Die Hard (Swe)

More acts will be announced soon.

Weekend ticket pre-sale features entrance for the whole weekend,  free parking, free camping and free shipping, no addional costs in Europe!

Buy Tickets here!

Tour dates:

  • May 22-23, 2010 – Glider Airfield in Renneritz, Germany

Source: UnitedMetalManiacs.de


~ by molco on February 6, 2010.

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