ROB ZOMBIE, AVENGED SEVENFOLD, OPETH Performances From GRASPOP Streamed Online
The year's edition of the Graspop Metal Meeting festival in Dessel, Belgium is currently being streamed live at Skynet.be.
Remaining performances for today (Sunday, June 26) that will be streamed online (all times are CEST):
AMORPHIS 14:00 - 14:45
KREATOR 14:50 - 15:40
MASTODON 16:35 - 17:35
LEGION OF THE DAMNED 17:40 - 18:30
AVENGED SEVENFOLD 18:35 - 19:35
OPETH 19:40 - 20:40
ROB ZOMBIE 20:45 - 22:00
CAVALERA CONSPIRACY 22:05 - 23:05
Graspop Metal Meeting is an annual metal festival in Dessel, Belgium that has taken place each year since 1996. Despite the small size of the festival grounds, the event draws a large number of international spectators, with a total of 135,000 attendees at the 2008 edition. T
Graspop Metal Meeting was not originally a heavy metal festival; rather, it was conceived as a local family festival. In 1995, the headliners billed were JOE COCKER and SIMPLE MINDS. However, due to an oversaturation of family festivals, the number of visitors had dropped to an all-time low.
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