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20/08/14 11:24AM

Muses of Metal’s complete guide to:

VALKYRIAN FEST

When? – 21ST to 23rd November 2014

Where? – The Londesborough, Bridlington, UK, YO15 3DZ

 

WHAT IS VALKYRIAN FEST?

Valkyrian Fest is an annual charity event in the UK organised by the metal news site Valkyrian Music. The first edition took place in Hull in 2011. This year the festival will span a full three days and has relocated to a new venue, The Londesborough in Yorkshire. They will be raising money for the charity RapeCrisis. It features many new and upcoming bands and includes a good number of bands with female vocalists. There will also be three warm-up shows for the fest, the first of which will be headlined by English folk/symphonic metal band Ravenage. Sponsorship is being provided by The Crypt of Curiosities Etsy store, Black Phoenix Rising metal forums, Neue Regal Radio and Wolf Band Management.

WHO’S PLAYING?

Since we’re Muses of Metal, we’ve marked out the bands with female vocalists using (FFM).

Cnoc An Tursa

Friday:

CNOC AN TURSA (Scotland)
Bharghest (England)
Drekavac (Scotland)
Psydoll (Japan) (FFM)
Exile The Traitor (Scotland)
Crooked Lizard (England)

Azylya

Saturday:

AZYLYA (Belgium) (FFM)
Sakara (England) (FFM)
Northern Oak (England)
Apparition (England) (FFM)
Sorronia (Hungary) (FFM)
Chemikill (England) (FFM)
Osmium Guillotine (England)
Mørktår (England)
Badge (England)
Divided We Fall (England) (FFM)
Hamerex (England)
Clunge Hammer (England)

Ex Libris

Sunday:

EX LIBRIS (Netherlands) (FFM)
Reign of Fury (England)
Alice In Thunderland (England) (FFM)
Aonia (England) (FFM)
Ethereal (England)
Tears Of Martyr (Spain) (FFM)
Avalon (England/Italy) (FFM)
Greenfire (England) (FFM)
Alwaid (France) (FFM)
enkElination (England/Finland) (FFM)
Synchronix (England/Poland)

HOW CAN I GET TICKETS?

Go here.

Tickets prices vary depending on how many days you wish to attend. They cost £15 for the whole weekend, £7 for Friday only, £10 for Saturday only and £10 for Sunday only.

The festival is for all ages but you will require ID to use the bar.

HOW DO I GET THERE?

The venue is close to Bridlington train station – about an 11 minute walk. There also buses to the area from nearby towns and cities such as York, Scarborough and Leeds. There are some car parks available around the town.

WHERE SHOULD I STAY?

Bridlington is a seaside town and therefore has heaps of accommodation from grand hotels to caravan parks on the beach. Check out http://www.bridlington.net/ for a list of the available options.

SHOULD I GO?

Getting to see loads of great local metal bands AND raising money for charity? Why wouldn’t you? If you’re able to get there, this one is not to be missed.

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