CHILDREN OF BODOM, EMPEROR, W.A.S.P. Confirmed For Finland's TUSKA Festival

CHILDREN OF BODOM, EMPEROR and W.A.S.P. are among the confirmed bands for the Tuska open-air festival, set to take place June 29 - July 1 at Kaisaniemi in Helsinki, Finland.

A total of 32 bands on three stages will perform over the course of three days. In addition to this, a couple of dozen bands will be appearing at the infamous evening clubs.

Tuska 2007 billing is shaping up as follows:

45 DEGREE WOMAN
BROTHER FIRETRIBE
CHILDREN OF BODOM
D'ESPAIRS RAY
DRAGONFORCE
EMPEROR
FINNTROLL
HATESPHERE
IMMORTAL
IMPERIA
INSOMNIUM
KATATONIA
LEGION OF THE DAMNED
MERCENARY
MOONSORROW
NAILDOWN
NICOLE
PAIN
VADER
W.A.S.P.


Tickets for Tuska 2007 will go on sale on February 28 through www.tiketti.fi and www.lippupalvelu.fi. Tuska 2007 is an all-ages event. One-day tickets cost 38 euros while three-day tickets cost 75 euros.

For more information, visit www.tuska-festival.fi.

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