Bloodstock have added four more acts to its 2019 line-up. The latest additions will join the likes of Anthrax, Queensryche, and headliners The Scorpions and Sabaton at the festival which takes place at Catton Park, Derbyshire, from 8th - 11th August, 2019.
Powerwolf land the coveted main stage special guest slot on Friday. The band say; "We're looking forward to returning to the mighty Bloodstock Festival after almost ten years to celebrate the metal mass with our friends in the UK - this is going to be a truly wild one!!" The German power metallers released their seventh studio album, ‘The Sacrament of Sin’ in July of last year, from which spawned the vampire-themed video for ‘Killers With The Cross’.
Soulfly also step into a Ronnie James Dio main stage spot on Friday, bringing with them Incite, who will open the main stage on Friday. Soulfly front man Max Cavalera says; “Bloodstock 2019, get ready! It will be a Cavalera invasion! SOULFLY will be playing a lot of songs off our new album, ‘Ritual’. My son, Richie, is coming with Incite too and together we will make a day to remember! Fuck yeah! Let the Ritual begin!”
Finally, Finnish prog doomsters, Swallow The Sun grab themselves an early main stage spot on Saturday.
The four bands join the previously announced Friday night headliner, Sabaton, Sunday’s bill toppers Scorpions, together with Anthrax, Dimmu Borgir, Children of Bodum, Code Orange, Soilwork, Cradle of Filth, Thy Art is Murder, Tesseract, Metal Church, Death Angel, Dee Snider, Queensryche, Evil Scarecrow, Ross the Boss, Grand Magus and more.
Bloodstock’s popular ticket payment plan is available now, where the cost of standard weekend tickets can be spread over five affordable installments. Interested parties can sign up until 28th Feb. Please note, VIP tickets are not available on the deposit scheme.
VIP tickets, plus Podpads, Luxpads, Bellepads and Octopads are now on sale, plus a limited number of VIP upgrades (for those who’ve already purchased a standard ticket). For full details click HERE.
Standard weekend tickets are also in the ticket store, priced £145 (+ fees) are available HERE.
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