Hellfest 2024: new announcement

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Hellfest announces four new groups present on its 2024 poster and takes the opportunity to communicate the date of sale of 1-day passes.

The Hellfest team announces certain names missing from the poster for its 2024 edition. Find out Kerry King, former Slayer guitarist who recently shared details of his debut solo album, on Mainstage 1 on Thursday June 27. The next day, the French trio 7 Weeks will come to present his album Fade Into Blurred Linesand the instrumental metal band Polyphia will show his technical mastery. They will both be present on Mainstage 1 on Friday June 28. Finally, the German black metal band Throne will replace Tryglav at the Temple on Sunday 30. The American group Corrosion of Conformity had to cancel its appearance, its replacement will be announced soon.

The organizers of the Clisson metal festival have also announced the date on which 1-day passes will go on sale. Visit the official event ticket office this Tuesday, February 13 at 1 p.m.

Find them among the headliners of this next edition of Hellfest avenged sevenfoldwhich presents the unexpected Life Is But A Dream…, Machine Headwho will make his return after 12 years without Hellfest and who will take the opportunity to play extracts from ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN, Metallicaalready present to close the double edition of 2022, and Foo Fighterswho will set foot on the Clisson stage for the first time.

Will also be present Royal Blood, Dropkick Murphys, The Offspring, Bruce Dickinson, Tom Morello or Corey Taylor.

The updated poster is available:

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