ALTER BRIDGE, AIRBOURNE Confirmed For Austria's NOVA ROCK Festival

KID ROCK, ALTER BRIDGE, AIRBOURNE, JAGUAR LOVE, SUNSHINE and FIRE IN THE ATTIC have been confirmed for the Nova Rock festival, set to take place June 13-15 on the Pannonia Fields in Burgenland, the easternmost federal state of Austria (near Nickelsdorf and the Hungarian and Slovak borders).

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

AIRBOURNE
ALTER BRIDGE
ANTI FLAG
BAD RELIGION
BEATSTEAKS
BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE
CAVALERA CONSPIRACY
DIE ÄRZTE
DIE MANNEQUIN
DISTURBED
DONOTS
ENTER SHIKARI
FIRE IN THE ATTIC
GUADALAJARA
IN FLAMES
INCUBUS
JAGUAR LOVE
JUDAS PRIEST
KID ROCK
MAD CADDIES
NOFX
PUDDLE OF MUDD
RISE AGAINST
SKINDRED
SONIC SYNDICATE
SUBWAY TO SALLY
SUNSHINE
THE SORROW
VOLBEAT

For more information, visit www.novarock.at.

(Thanks: ME Metalhour)

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