Western Canada metal festival ‘Loud As Hell’ has announced its return for July 30th through August 1st of this year. The gathering is set to take place at the Dinosaur Downs Stampede Grounds, with tickets on sale starting today, June 28th at this location.
“The heavy metal and camping event will feature a celebrated line-up of Western Canada’s top-tier artists over three headbanging days that will be announced in the coming weeks,” notes a presser.
They add, “Like many music events across Canada, Loud As Hell’s 2020 production was forced to cancel due to the COVID pandemic. It was scheduled to be their 9th consecutive concert since the first metal jamboree in 2012. Over the years, the festival has hosted hundreds of Canadian and international bands in the prairie badlands. The 2019 edition of Loud As Hell sold out and melted faces off of metalheads who assembled from across the country for its 40 band line-up, which featured Goatwhore, Anciients, Planet Eater, Untimely Demise, Arrival of Autumn.”
‘Loud As Hell’ representative Geoff Bourrie states, “WE ARE BACK!!! We all have felt the impact that this pandemic has had on the music industry in Canada and around the globe. Loud As Hell is an integral part of the metal scene here in Alberta. Now with the province recently announcing its reopening plan for summer with festivals included, we are officially back for 2021. It just makes sense for us to help be that spark that the music scene needs to kick off the summer.”
For more info, visit loudashell.ca. Scroll down below for live videos of Goatwhore and Anciients live at ‘Loud As Hell’ 2019.
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