SWR Barroselas Metalfest announces pandemic-ready edition with Autopsy, Mgła, Sijjin and more
A lot of last-minute changes have been happening in our lives as of late. Not only are we living in the looming shadow of a pandemic that still creates a few challenges when it comes to organizing events, but also the threat of war is on the horizon, with Russia’s despicable and deplorable invasion of Ukraine. And with all this in mind, the fine folks at SWR Barroselas Metalfest had the unfortunate job of once again postponing the 23rd edition of the festival to next year. However, and despite all the uncertainties and difficulties that plague everyone at the moment, the festival has announced a pandemic-ready edition that is set to take place this coming month of April, entitled SWR FEAST. On the lineup, we have a few bands that were supposed to take the stage on the original 23rd edition, as well as a couple of new ones, totalling at sixteen bands that will be heading over Barroselas to celebrate all things metal and underground. Without further ado, we are pleased to report that those bands are Autopsy, Mgła, Sijjin, Skeletal Remains, Birdflesh, Deathhammer, Nekromant, Decayed, Simbiose, Alcoholocaust, Besta, Equaleft, Midnight Priest, Boulder, Grievance and Speedemon. More than anything, it will be nice to see our friends again, watch some great gigs and have an overall great time, with all the extra care and caution that might come with it. See you all there.
SWR FEAST 2022 takes place at the A.D.B. Sport Facilities, in Barroselas, on April 29th-30th. Daily and two-day tickets are now available for 30 and 50 euros, respectively, and can be purchased online via the festival’s official webstore. Those that have kept their 2020 tickets can use them to access the festival – with the change being exchanged for steels -, or they can keep them for 23rd edition, as they will remain valid until then. A refund option is also available until April 1st – please contact email@example.com to issue yours.
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