KREATOR, EXODUS, DEATH ANGEL, HELSTAR and PARADOX have been confirmed for the Eindhoven Metal Meeting, set to take place December 17-18, 2010 at the Effenaar in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Due to the success of the previous installment of the festival (which was sold out a couple of weeks before the event), this year's Eindhoven Metal Meeting will be a two-day event.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order):
THE 11TH HOUR
THE VISION BLEAK
More bands will be announced soon.
Pre-sales for the Eindhoven Metal Meeting started Saturday, May 1. There will be a so-called combi ticket for the whole event plus separate Friday and Saturday tickets. A strictly limited number of 200 early-bird two-day tickets will be available for the price of 55 euros plus an administration fee. These give you access to both festival days, including the afterparty.
For more information, visit www.eindhovenmetalmeeting.com.
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