Heavy Montréal has revealed the daily lineup of the festival taking place August 6 and 7 at the Plaine des Jeux of Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Single-day passes are on sale right now on HeavyMontreal.com.
Heavy Montréal has announced the addition of many great bands, including former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach, Swedish doom metal squad CANDLEMASS, U.S. metal monoliths TRIVIUM, hardcore band THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN and deathcore masters SUICIDE SILENCE.
Passes for Heavy Montréal 2016 are available now on HeavyMontreal.com. Gold Pass holders will have access to a reserved premium viewing area with a natural grandstand located near the main stage, with access to private washrooms and exclusive food and beverage stands.
Single Day Pass - General Admission: $82.50
Single Day Pass - Gold: $150 (limited quantities)
General-admission festival passes:
Gold Festival Passes: $275
Several accommodation options are offered to festivalgoers visiting us from outside the city this year, namely the Carrefour Sherbrooke (2- or 4-person room) and the Delta Montreal (2-person room). All of these packages, which come in a variety of prices and other little extras to make the Heavy Montréal experience even more enjoyable. Packages can be booked when purchasing passes.
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