SKYCLAD, DORO, HELSTAR Confirmed For Holland's HOUDOE EN BEDANKT Festival

SKYCLAD, DORO and the reunited HELSTAR are among the artists confirmed for the Houdoe en Bedankt Festival, which is scheduled to be held on June 15th at the legendary Dynamo Club in Eindhoven, Holland.

The festival, which will mark the club's 20th anniversary, will also serve as Dynamo's farewell metal event prior to the club being torn down this summer.

The Dynamo club is the original location of the Dynamo Open Air festival and is the venue where hundreds of famous metal artists started their careers, incuding EXODUS, LAAZ ROCKIT, SLAYER, TROUBLE, KING DIAMOND, CANDLEMASS, TESTAMENT, and METAL CHURCH.

The following acts are currently confirmed to appear at Houdoe en Bedankt Festival:

SKYCLAD
DORO
HELSTAR
SINISTER
ROMPEPROP
DESTRÖYER 666
DEW-SCENTED

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