DYNAMO OPEN AIR 2002: It's On!!!

Respected Dutch metal magazine Aardschok have confirmed via their official web site that the 2002 edition of Holland's problem-plagued Dynamo Festival will in fact take place on July 14th on the same grounds (in the town of Weert) as the Bospop festival, which is scheduled to happen on July 12th and 13th. The one-day concert will likely feature 15 bands performing to a capacity crowd of 12,000-15,000, in an arrangement that will be similar to the festival's set-up during its formative years in the late '80s. According to sources, 10 bands have already been booked, among them CHILDREN OF BODOM, VICIOUS RUMORS and MEDICATION. Also rumored to be appearing at the event are the reunited VIO-LENCE, although this has yet to be officially confirmed. We will have more information on this shortly.


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