BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, CLUTCH Confirmed For U.K.'s HIGH VOLTAGE Festival

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY and CLUTCH have been confirmed for High Voltage, the U.K.'s new rock festival, which is scheduled to take place July 24-25, 2010 at Victoria Park in London, U.K.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

Main Stage:

EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER
ZZ TOP
FOREIGNER

Prog Stage:

URIAH HEEP
WISHBONE ASH
PENDRAGON
STEVE HACKETT
ASIA
FOCUS
THE REASONING
TOUCHSTONE

Metal Stage:

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY
CLUTCH

High Voltage is the must-see rock event of 2010 — a two-day festival featuring the very best in classic rock, progressive rock and metal. Custom-built by rock fans for rock fans.

First of all, there's the music: two amazing headliners AND three unique stages specially curated to cater for different sides of the rock audience, and a brilliant supporting cast playing special must-see sets. Then there's the festival itself. The facilities will be second to none: great food, proper beer, clean toilets, deluxe hospitality packages, designated hotels, free shuttle transport. This is somewhere you take the whole family.

High Voltage offers a new and unique festival experience for rock fans of all ages. Only High Voltage gives ticket buyers the freedom to design their own bespoke festival package — which can include accommodation, transport, parking and VIP bar access. Early-bird ticket purchasers will be able to upgrade their tickets with a host of options from January 2010.

Early-bird tickets priced £120 (for weekend tickets) and £65 (for day tickets) are available now. The early bird tickets will end on December 31, 2009. Standard tickets are priced £130 (for weekend tickets) and £75 (for day tickets).

For more information, visit www.highvoltagefestival.com.

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