Metalcore “rules” at Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2016

The lineup of the festival Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2016 was joined by a new name, a band that brings the wave of change in international charts. It is the band Parway Drive (photo).

“It is a band that organizes annual sold out tours in Europe, America and Australia, a group that was present during the last few years in the lineups of the most important events of the genre, such as Rock Am Ring, Wacken, Sziget, With Full Force, Nova Rock, Download, Hellfest or Graspop, and now they are finally on the poster of our festival, too”, organizers showed.
The fourth edition of Rocksadt Extreme Fest 2016 will be held during August 11 – 14 on the biathlon field at the base of Rasnov fortress.

The bands already announced for this long awaited event, that gained tremendous attention due to its annual attractive lineup and exquisite location, are the following: TesseracT, Insomnium, Alestorm, Tankard, Benediction, My Dying Bride, Carach Angren, Bucovina, Excrementory Grindfuckers, Indian Fall, Cattle Decapitation and Misfits.

Subscriptions cost RON 160 until December 27, inclusively. Starting on December 28 and until March 4, the price of a subscription will reach RON 190. Then, the price will reach RON 220, during March 5 – July 10, 2016 and RON 250, since July 11m 2016.

Organizers outline the fact that, similarly to the previous two editions, there will be no daily tickets, but subscriptions granting access on all four days of the festival.
Subscriptions for Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2016 may be purchased online on and in the Eventim network ( Germanos, Orange, Vodafone, Domo stores, Humanitas and Carturesti book shops); and in the network of DIVERTA shops, Mihai Eminescu book store, Muzica shop and networks affiliated to Myticket; and all offices of the Romanian Post, InMedio stores branded and Germanos stores. In international networks, tickets may be purchased via

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