Ignore the cold outside, Wildfire Fetsival is hotting up.
Scotland’s premier three day rock and metal festival and our Utilifest Project partners announces the main stage line-up and the return of the CackBlabbath.com stage for a second year.
The country may be in the grip of winter, but what better time for some warming information from Wildfire H.Q. Check out the statement from Wildfire Festival 2015:
Topping the main stage bill we are delighted to announce that the legendary Manchester melodic AOR legends TEN will be making the trip North to bring an exclusive Scottish performance and the Saturday night’s live music to a rousing close. We’ve lined up something a bit special for Sunday too, among all the British steel we’ve added a touch of Scandinavian class. Big choruses, big guitars and a big arena sound are all hallmarks of ColdSpell‘s music, and we can’t wait to see them rock the Wildfire stage.
Wildfire is known for bringing the best in Scottish talent to Wiston Lodge, and there is one name everyone at Wildfire H.Q agreed should be on the bill. Hot on the back of the release of their new album, we’ll be getting it hot and heavy from The Amorettes on Sunday night.
There’s the proverbial “something for everyone” on the Wildfire main stage in 2015, in addition to the already announced array of talent that includes headliners, Tygers Of Pan Tang, Holocaust, Empire, Max Raptor, Lawnmower Deth and a load more we are delighted to add some of the best live bands in the UK. You want names, well try the likes of Acoda, Bad Touch, Corrupt The System, Crimes of Passion, Emperor Chung, Estrella, Fahran, Fallen Mafia, Hellion Rising, Lawless, Night by Night, Promethium, Rank Berry, Re-Animator, Soul Remover, Spirytus, The Parallax Method, and Uncle Rust.
Team Wildfire are also delighted to announce that CackBlabbath.com will again have their stage at the festival, and this time it’ll be an all-electric affair with scarcely an acoustic guitar in sight. This will be suitably eclectic with two very different headliners. On Saturday we have bruisers I.C.O.N. while on the Sunday it’s epic power metal from Birmingham’s finest Dakesis.
The CackBlabbath.com stage includes an array of the U.K.’s best up and coming talent, it’s always great to be able to bring bands who have really impressed in the past 12 months, bands like Disposable, Dog Tired, Exile The Traitor, Mason Hill and a load more.
In troubled times with many festival falling by the wayside, we are delighted to expand the event, build on previous success and bring you some of the best rock and metal ever seen north of the border. Tickets are available now from http://www.wildfirefestival.co.uk and we’ve even launched a deposit scheme where you can pay part now and the balance in May
Full line up so far: Acoda, Anihilated, Animator, Bad Touch, Balls Deep, Bigfoot, ColdSpell, Corrupt The System, Crimes of Passion, Dakesis, Dog Tired, Death Valley Knights, Disposable, Emperor Chung, Empire, Estrella, Exile The Traitor, Fahran, Fallen Mafia, Hellion Rising, Holocaust, I.C.O.N., Kaine, Lawless, Lawnmower Deth, Liberty Lies, Line of Fire, Lord Volture, Mason Hill, Max Raptor, Night by Night, Press To Meco, Promethium, Pteroglyph, Rank Berry, Re-Animator, Ronin, Salem, Scordatura, Silverjet, Solitary, Soul Remover, Spirytus, The Amorettes, The Idol Dead, The Mercy House, The Parallax Method, Ten, Tygers of Pan Tang, Tysondog, Uncle Rust