More acts have been announced for the 2nd edition of rock 3-dayer Call of the Wild Festival, which takes place at Lincolnshire Showground from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st May 2020.
The final headliner is former lead singer of cult glam punk outfit Hanoi Rocks, Michael Monroe. Michael himself is keen to play the festival and has this message for his fans and the other festivalgoers: "Can't wait to see you all at Call of the Wild and play this great, upcoming festival.".
"Life doesn't get much better than when you confirm Michael Monroe to headline the Festival you've spent a life dreaming about building," says Festival Director Raz White with glee, "I became a huge Hanoi Rocks fan back when I was 14 and started to cross over from punk to rock bands. The image, energy and songs just resonated with me. In my humble opinion, easily the greatest frontman to strut the stage. So, this is a huge honour for me and the whole team. We can guarantee this show will be absolutely spectacular!"
With Aaron Buchanan emigrating to Australia next year, it will not be possible for him to play at Call of the Wild Festival. In his place performing prior to Massive Wagons will be Dead Girls Academy. The band was put together by Michael Orlando (frontman of heavy metal band Vampires Everywhere!), who recruited Ronnie Radke (Falling in Reverse) & Elvis Baskette (Slash, Sevendust). Completing the line-up are the final four bands of Hollowstar, Colt 45, Avarus, and Hell's Ditch.
The line-up over the weekend features Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons, Michael Monroe, Massive Wagons, Kickin Valentina, Lawnmower Deth, Skarlett Riot, Every Mother's Nightmare, Midnite City, Raging Speedhorn, Hell's Addiction, BlackRain, Last Hounds, Resin, The Fiascos, The Cruel Intentions, Confess, Wolves Among Us, Ryders Creed, Lipz, and more. For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £99 per person including camping.
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