SODOM, ANATHEMA, BURST, DEATHSTARS Confirmed For Finland's TUSKA OPEN AIR Festival

SODOM, ANATHEMA, BURST, DEATHSTARS, KALMAH, THE SCOURGER and VERJNUARMU have been confirmed for the ninth annual Tuska Open Air Metal Festival, set to take place June 30 – July 2 at Kaisaniemi Park in Helsinki, Finland. A total of 32 bands will perform on three stages over the course of three days. In addition, a couple of dozen bands will be appearing at the infamous evening clubs during the three-day festival run. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

VENOM
CELTIC FROST
OPETH
ANATHEMA
SODOM
DIABLO
SONATA ARCTICA
MOKOMA
AMORPHIS
TAROT
STAM1NA
WINTERSUN
GOJIRA
DEATHSTARS
SWALLOW THE SUN
BURST
NORTHER
VERJNUARMU
KALMAH
THE SCOURGER
APRIL
IMPALED NAZARENE
TIMO RAUTIAINEN

Ticket sales for Tuska 2006 start on Monday April 3. Three-day ticket costs 72 euros, one-day ticket 36 euros. Go to www.lippupalvelu.fi or www.tiketti.fi to purchase tickets. Tuska 2006 is an all-ages event.

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