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STONEDEAF FESTIVAL CREATED AND PROMOTED BY HARD ROCK FANS

 STONEDEAF PRODUCTIONS LTD presents

STONEDEAF FESTIVAL, NEWARK SHOWGROUNDS, NOTTS

SATURDAY AUGUST 25, 2018

CREATED AND PROMOTED BY HARD ROCK FANS, FOR HARD ROCK FANS

 

Stonedeaf Festival is being organised to recapture the spirit of the original Monsters Of Rock festival but in a new and exciting way, Stonedeaf will feature some of the finest names in hard rock as well as some up and coming acts to the festival organised by fans. With a stage named to commemorate the late Tommy Vance, what’s not to love?

The inaugural Stonedeaf Festival features a stellar Headline performance by American heavy metal band Skid Row. A multi-platinum album selling, louder than life Hall of Fame Rock Band.

Stonedeaf Monsters Promotions are also privileged to announce supporting acts: English hard rock band The Quireboys who will bring their amazing sound to grace the stage.   

Canadian heavy metal band Anvil (who inspired Anthrax and Metallica and their loud punishing guitar/drum combinations).

Legendary singer Graham Bonnet (Rainbow, MSG,Graham Bonnet Band) who headlined the inaugural Monsters stage in 1980 with Rainbow.

The impressive Lancaster five-piece rock group Massive Wagons. Hand of Dimes with their soulful melodic rock, and Chrome Molly, hard rock band from Leicester.

After an intense competition online Battle of the bands winners Fallen Mafia, a Glam Metal band from the North East of England, bringing a touch of true Rock ‘N’ Roll and high energy to the stage.

The Tommy Vance Stage following his daughter granting permission for the legendary voice of Rock and Metal from the 80s name to be attributed to a stage and venue worthy of his status. 

DJ Hellhound who will DJ during the Festival between sets, bringing his more metal than a Sheffield scrapyard Rock delivery to the Stonedeaf Family and the infamous Krusher, the voice, face and all round royalty of British Rock mixed with his theatrical eccentricity in announcing the bands.  

Stonedeaf’s stellar line-up is to excite classic and new rock fans in championing new acts who have the same uncompromising, thrilling ethos of true hard rock as the established and household names on the billing.

The festival is located at the 5,000-capacity Newark Showgrounds in Notts and is priced at an affordable £50 (£60 with camping).

Explaining the reasons for Stonedeaf, the organisers say: “We’re a group of veteran rockers who spent every year waiting for that one magical day in the calendar: Monsters Of Rock.”

“We shared our stories and that evolved into a feeling of loss. What happened to buying a festival ticket that didn’t involve having to take out a second mortgage? Having one stage, half-a-dozen fantastic bands, crashing out back at your tent and talking to your mates about the day? Then packing up and going back to the real world on Sunday?”

“Our aim is to take a mix of established and up-and-coming bands with that classic rock sound. If you ever wanted to experience a true music heavy metal rock festival, you’ll love Stonedeaf.”

Tickets:  www.stonedeaffestival.co.uk

For further information, contact Jase Everitt: jasestonedeaf@gmail.com 

Stonedeaf Festival the new festival on the block has announced some of the greatest rock acts in the world earlier this year. Going to any hard rock music festival these days involves a huge expense and the camping is so far away from the festival site. Not at Stonedeaf Festival, we have excellent value tickets which can include camping right next to the arena.

Those arriving on the 24th August will be able to listen and perhaps take part in  TOTAL ROCK ‘s commemoration of their Friday night show to the late Tommy Vance (following his daughters permission to dedicate our stage to him). Fans arriving on Friday afternoon will be able to listen to gain access to the Pavillion where the magic takes place.

Stonedeaf Festival is going to recreate going to a hard rock festival of the 80’s and 90’s but in a new and exciting way, incorporating all the parts of historic festivals like Donington and Monsters of Rock that are remembered and loved mainly the the awesome music! We are including great new features such as parking and camping near to the arena, access to toilets, showers, good food and great beer!

Stonedeaf’s stellar line-up is bound to excite both classic and new rock fans in championing new acts who have the same uncompromising, thrilling ethos of true hard rock as well as the established names on the billing.

Explaining the reasons for Stonedeaf, the organisers say: “We’re a group of veteran rockers who spent every year waiting for that one magical day in the calendar: Monsters Of Rock.”

“We shared our stories and that evolved into a feeling of loss. What happened to buying a festival ticket that didn’t involve having to take out a second mortgage? Having one stage, half-a-dozen fantastic bands, crashing out back at your tent and talking to your mates about the day? Then packing up and going back to the real world on Sunday?”

“Our aim is to take a mix of established and up-and-coming bands with that classic rock sound. If you ever wanted to experience a true music heavy metal rock festival, you’ll love Stonedeaf.”

Ticket info and prices

Information – tickets@stonedeaffestival.co.uk

£50 per per person Arena

£60 per person Arena and Camping

Buy as a group

£160 per group of 4 Arena only – saving £40

£200 per group of 4 Arena and Camping – saving £40

Disabled access

Sheltered indoor premises available for those who need it near the first aid tent with a fridge for medication accessible toilet, and shower facilities in a permanent structure. Great viewing platform. PA tickets are free with email proof.

 

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