Marillion, Argent To Play High Voltage Festival

gbarton / News, Top Posts / 15/12/2009 12:59pm
Marillion, Argent To Play High Voltage Festival

Just confirmed: Marillion and Argent will appear at next summer’s festival.

Marillion are proud to announce their only UK festival date of 2010 will be at High Voltage.

Additionally, for the first time since 1975, the original line-up of Argent (of Hold Your Head Up fame) will re-form to play the festival.

The rest of the bill for Classic Rock’s High Voltage shebang is shaping up as follows:

HEADLINERS:
•    ZZ Top (July 24) and ELP (July 25)

MAIN STAGE:
•    FOREIGNER (who release new album Can’t Slow Down on March 1)

PROG STAGE:
•    ASIA
•    MARTIN TURNER’S WISHBONE ASH
•    FOCUS
•    THE REASONING
•    TOUCHSTONE
•    STEVE HACKETT

METAL HAMMER STAGE:
•    BLACK LABEL SOCIETY
•    CLUTCH

The High Voltage Festival is set to take place in London’s Victoria Park.

For ticket details go here.

8 Comments


Naz Fan

How about asking Nazareth ? A great festival band who have played Sweeden Rock Festival many times , Bang Your Head Festival in Germany and many more . Come On Dave Ling we know your a fan !!

gazzagary

Curved Air please.

My friend in Paris told me today that AC/DC will play at the Stade De France on June 18th next year.

Old prog rock fan.

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What day are Argent playing?

Krabby Patty

Am I the only one that’s a a bit narked that the days the various bands are playing are not being announced? All things being equal I would be there both days, but with family commitments and a recession on I may need to make a choice. Sounds like a great line-up so far though.

nice to see a varied line up… howzaboot ufo, magnum diamond head and joe bonnamassa?

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Led Zepptastic

Would be great to see some of the newer up and coming rock heroes added also, like Glyder

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