PROGPOWER EUROPE 2006 Festival: Final Lineup Announced
The organizers of the ProgPower Europe 2006 festival — which is scheduled to take place September 29 – October 1 at JC Sjiwa in Baarlo, the Netherlands — have issued the following statement:
"With proud we confirm the complete line-up now for ProgPower Europe 2006. We have negotiated with several bands, not all the bands were available for this year so we have decided to go for the best options possible. This means that we will have two headliners for Saturday 30 September — both the Dutch amazing newcomer TEXTURES as well also Danish MERCENARY will play for 1 hour and 15 minutes. RIVERSIDE will end this year's edition of the festival with a two-hour show. Besides TEXTURES, the following bands complete the line-up: DREAMSCAPE, EPHEL DUATH and VOYAGER."
ProgPower Europe 2006 festival final lineup:
Friday, September 29 (free pre-party):
ZERO GRAVITY (Belgium)
Saturday, September 30:
TEXTURES (The Netherlands)
SCAR SYMMETRY (Sweden)
EPHEL DUATH (Italy)
ANOTHER MESSIAH (The Netherlands)
Sunday, October 1:
DARK SUNS (Germany)
NOVA ART (Russia)
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