OZZY OSBOURNE has drawn upon the sinister power of Ozzfest to create the biggest, meanest, loudest f**king rock festival you can imagine The Monsters Of Rock. This one-day celebration of the heaviest music in the universe is landing exclusively in the Great White North at Calgary's McMahon Stadium on Saturday, July 26!
The festival billing is as follows:
3 INCHES OF BLOOD
The Monsters Of Rock will provide metal fans a unique opportunity to see the greatest champions of hard rock together on a single stage. No other music event this year will come close the matching the power and intensity of this legendary gathering. Don't miss your opportunity to take part in hard rock history!
Tickets go on sale Friday April 18 at 12 noon at all Ticketmaster outlets, charge-by-phone, and online at Ticketmaster.ca and UnionEvents.com for $119.50 - 49.50. VIP packages, which will include express admission, laminate, floor access and a private hospitality area, will also be available for a limited time (must be 18 and older to purchase).
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