MOTÖRHEAD's Concert In Bulgaria Attended By 8,000

According to News.bg, 8,000 people attended MOTÖRHEAD's concert on Friday (June 29), the second day of the Kaliakra Rock Fest in Kavarna, Bulgaria.

MOTÖRHEAD kicked off the show with "Dr. Rock" and "I Got Mine" from "Another Perfect Day", before performing several songs from "Inferno" and "Sacrifice", and climaxing with "Killed By Death" and the encores "Whorehouse Blues", "Ace of Spades" and the ultimate classic "Overkill".

MOTÖRHEAD is in Bulgaria as part of the band's European tour in support of its latest album, "Kiss of Death". They arrived on June 28 by private plane and were greeted at the airport by rockers from all over Bulgaria and Russia before proceeding to their five-star hotel.

Kaliakra Rock Fest will close tonight with a headlining performance by MANOWAR.

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