Forostar said:From ironmaiden.com:
Iron Maiden are looking forward to returning to Holland to play at Fields of Rock Festival for the first time and will close the festival on the first day on the main stage. Last year in November on their phenomenally successful “A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH WORLD TOUR” they gave a stunning performance to 14,000 fans at Brabanthallen in Den Bosch which sold out in record time. Fields of Rock takes place at June 16 and 17 at the Evenemententerrein Walibi World in Biddinghuizen. Ticket sales start Saturday February 10th.
After the great success of the first 2 editions of Fields of Rock in the Goffertpark, the organisers have announced earlier the festival is moving to the Evenemententerrein Walibi World in Biddinghuizen. This year Fields of Rock again has a very strong line-up. Other acts to be confirmed at announcement include Ozzy Osbourne, Black Label Society, Motörhead and Life Of Agony.
The third edition of Fields of Rock is more than one day and has a camp-site. There will be 3 stages with a minimal of 15 bands. Beside to the main stage and the tent stage there also will be a smaller third outdoor stage. The names of the three stages will be decided by the audience through our website. News about the line-up for the three stages will be announced on fieldsofrock.nl. From now on all available festival information will be on this website.
For more information check fieldsofrock.nl
Ticket sales starts Saturday February 10th on 10 pm through ticketservice.nl, 0900-3001250
Storm said:I noticed this as well, and I've already bought my ticket!
I'm not very worried though, I don't believe maiden would just cancel a show without stating a good reason.
As you can see they're still on the program of the fields of rock website. Must be a mistake by the webmaster of ironmaiden.com
Have a nice maiden show everyone who will be there!
let us know what the webmaster says
Djaser said:Last time the festival was terrible crowded. You won't be able to see half of the awesome bands because they play on the same time and the ticket price is also too high.
I'm very glad that Heaven & Hell is now confirmed for Graspop which means I can go there and still see Ozzy, Maiden, and H&H.