FESTIVAL NEWS: Bloodstock Announce New Acts For 2023
Bloodstock has announced Meshuggah and Helloween for the 2023 event, set to take place in Catton Park, Derbyshire between 10th-13th August.
Meshuggah will be headlining the Ronnie James Dio stage on Saturday night which marks their first-time headlining Bloodstock. Whilst taking on the Sunday main stage special guest spot will be Helloween who comment, “Playing the UK is always something special for us. Back in 1989, the energy and dedication of the British fans was the decisive reason for us to record our first live album ‘Live in the UK’ there, instead of any other country in the world. Our headlining shows in May 2022 once more proved why the UK is the cradle of metal!”.
They will join previously announced main stage headliners Killswitch Engage and Megadeth, as well as DevilDriver, Fit For An Autopsy, Knocked Loose, Decapitated, Gatecreeper, Zeal & Ardor, KING 810, Unto Others, In Flames, Whitechapel, Seething Akira, Invisions and more across the weekend.
The Metal 2 The Masses 2023 has opened up and added more locations, enabling unsigned bands to land a slot on Bloodstock‘s New Blood stage. Regions involved include Liverpool, Belfast, Cardiff, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Cardiff and more. Get all the details and learn how to get involved here.
Bloodstock’s deposit scheme is now open, and you can sign-up for this up until 21st February 2023. VIP packages and campervan passes have already sold-out, remaining tickets can be purchased at the ticket store HERE.