GREEN JELLY Confirmed For BURNING STAR Festival

GREEN JELLY (a.k.a. GREEN JELLO), the reformed American comedy heavy metal/punk rock group, has been confirmed for the Burning Star 2008 festival, set to take place August 30-31 the Jumping Turtle in San Marcos, California.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

Saturday, August 30

GREEN JELLY
D.I.
AGENT STEEL
NIHILIST
FUELED BY FIRE
EXMORTUS
BONDED BY BLOOD
IMMOLATED SERAPHIM
KEAPER
WILLIE PSYCHO
SENTINEL
AUDKIK

Sunday, August 31

INTO ETERNITY
PSYOPUS
WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH
DEATHRIDERS
FUCK THE FACTS
DAMCYAN
LEFT TO VANISH
DROWNSWERVE
ANIMAL CORPSE
DEATH COMES IN THREE
STILETTO SILHOUETTE

Tickets are available through www.thejumpingturtle.com, and are only $20 per day in advance, $25 day of show. A ticket to one day will get you in for only $15 on the remaining day.

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