The Black Dahlia Murder, and Obscura are UK exclusives at Tech-Fest 2017

plus Aborted, The Arusha Accord, Hacktivist, Ingested, The Algorithm, and more

published: Mon 12th Dec 2016

The Black Dahlia Murder

Thursday 6th to Monday 10th July 2017
Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, Newark, Nottinghamshire , NG24 2NY, England MAP
£89.99 with camping
daily capacity: 2000
last updated: Thu 29th Jun 2017

The Black Dahlia Murder, and Obscura lead the line-up for the 6th Tech-Fest UK the progressive and technical metal outdoor festival, which happens over five days from Thursday 6th until Monday 10th July returning again to Newark Showground in Nottinghamshire.

 

Both acts will appear as UK 2017 exclusives and join Aborted, The Arusha Accord, Hacktivist, Ingested, The Algorithm, Oceans Ate Alaska, Dyscarnate, Carcer City, Exist Immortal, Sarah Longfield, Alaska, The Fine Constant, Within Destruction, Aenimus, Toska, The Royal, Hieroglyph, FRCTRD, Fraktions, and Nycosia, with afterparties/workshops still to be announced. Expect 40 bands in total.

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Weekend tickets are priced at £89.99 with camping, or £74.99 without, day tickets are also available

In addition to the bands, beer and partying, there will also be workshops, Q&As and demonstrations with some of the top artists, as well as instrument and gear manufacturers stalls and information.

Onsite camping will have showers and 24 hour food catering for a wide range of diets and tastes as well as a bar with a great selection of craft beers and ales, suitably complementing the calibre of the music.



Thursday 6th to Monday 10th July 2017
Newark Showground, Lincoln Rd, Newark, Nottinghamshire , NG24 2NY, England MAP
£89.99 with camping
daily capacity: 2000
last updated: Thu 29th Jun 2017


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