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Maximum Rock Festival comes back in force October 25 and 26

Maximum Rock Festival comes back in 2013 with an indoor edition which will take place on October 25 and 26, in Turbohalle, in Bucharest and will bring on stage important names in the doom-gothic area and not only, according to maximumrock.ro. We are talking about My Dying Bride, The 69 Eyes, Leaves’ Eyes, Samael, Atrocity, as well as about Romanian bands such as Abigail, White Walls, God (The Barbarian Horde), Psycho Symphony, Goodbye To Gravity and Vespera.
Due to internal problems, the Evile band, who had confirmed their participation in the festival will no longer perform this year. The British thrashers had to cancel all their concerts because guitarist Ol Drake left the band. Although, initially, he was supposed to take part in the events already planned, the musician left the band earlier than expected.
In addition to concerts, the event will also include other related activities, as well as a rock products fair, from which those attending the concerts will be able to purchase T-shirts, magazines and other rock accessories.
Tickets and passes can be purchased from the Eventim network (The Germanos, Orange, Vodafone, Domo shops, the Carturesti and Humanitas bookstores and online on www. eventim.ro). For one day, the price is of RON 90, if bought until September 30, RON 100 – for October 1 to 24, RON 115 – for October 25 and RON 125 – for October 26.
The individual passes can be purchased for RON 160 during September 5 to 30, RON 175, for October 1 to 24, RON 200 on September 25 and 26. The tickets and passes bought in advance will participate in a lottery for 20 passes for meet and greet the band with The 69 Eyes, My Dying Bride, Atrocity, Leaves’ Eyes and other bands.
The event is organized by Promusic Events & Xlab Solutions, it is recommended by Maximum Rock and supported by Ciuc Premium. Producer, Nelu Brindusan.

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