DARKEST HOUR And TURMOIL Confirmed For North Carolina's GATOR'S AFTERMATH
DARKEST HOUR and TURMOIL are among the bands that have been confirmed for Gator's Aftermath, a one-day festival set to take place Friday, July 1 at Ziggy's in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
FOR THE LOVE OF
ON BROKEN WINGS
SINCE BY MAN
ACROSS FIVE APRILS
THE BURNING SEASON
MY SHINING ONE
KISS OF DEATH
THE MINOR TIMES
Tickets are $15 in advance (etix.com) or $20 the day of the show (with the purchase of a Sounds of the Underground ticket and $25 the day of without a Sounds of the Underground ticket).
For those who are out of town and attend the Sounds of the Underground, the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds are allowing camping overnight. So you can go rock the hell out at Sounds of the Underground, get a good night's sleep, and go directly across the street to Ziggy's the next day. There will be water connections for RVs and bathrooms with showers.
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