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April 13, 2021

Kavarna Rock Fest 2016 opens its gates this weekend

Already being a real tradition for Bulgarians, as well as for Romanians and other people abroad who wish to spend a rock weekend at the seaside, Kavarna Rock Fest opens its gates in 2016, too. In just two weeks from now, rockers are waited to hear artists from Axel Rudi Pell, Therion, Odd Crew, Varg and E-an-na, on the 2nd of July, or A vantasia, Soilwork, Last Hope, Myrath and Thiarra, on the 3rd of July, while sitting on the soft grass of the stadium in the city at the Black Sea seaside.

In addition, the organizers have announced excellent news for those who wish the sleep outdoors. Since the classic camping area wasn’t sufficient, a second place for camping will be organized this year.

“Two camping areas will be available for the fans at Kavarna Rock Fest 2016 on 2nd and 3rd July, organized by Loud Concerts and Kavarna Municipality.

Besides the previous location for tents this year there will be another place for the fest’s visitors. The two camp sites are easy to reach and will have all the necessary facilities for the comfortable spending of the time of the fans – electricity, water etc.”, according to the press release.

The tickets for Kavarna Rock Fest 2016 are on sale at Eventim (www.eventim.ro).  The tickets prices are: 27 Euro for a single day and 50 Euro for a two-day pass. Later the prices will go higher – 33 Euro per day and 56 Euro for the two evenings.

„People with dangerous objects wouldn’t have access to Kaliakra stadium. It is also forbidden to enter with professional cameras and other video recorders.

Children up to 7 year-old will have a free access to the fest but have to be accompanied by an adult with a filled Declaration. All the people beyond 18 need a ticket and have to be accompanied by an adult with a filled declaration. The document has to be filled, signed and given to the people at the entrances”, according to the Loud Concerts organizers.

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