High Voltage Festival Update
Bachman & Turner, Uriah Heep and Pendragon have all been added to the bill of Classic Rock‘s High Voltage Festival.
Heep will be playing their classic 1972 album Demons & Wizards in its entirety.
Not to be outdone, one of the previously announced bands – Martin Turner’s Wishbone Ash – will be performing the Ash’s equally classic 1972 release Argus from beginning to end.
The High Voltage line-up is shaping up as follows:
• ZZ TOP (July 24) and ELP (July 25)
• HEAVEN & HELL
• FOREIGNER (whose new album Can’t Slow Down is released in Europe on March 1)
• BACHMAN & TURNER
• STEVE HACKETT
• MARTIN TURNER’S WISHBONE ASH (performing Argus)
• URIAH HEEP (performing Demons & Wizards)
• THE REASONING
METAL HAMMER STAGE:
• BLACK LABEL SOCIETY
The High Voltage Festival is set to take place in London’s Victoria Park.
More bands will be added to the line-up soon – so stay tuned to the Classic Rock website.
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