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Tickets on Sale Today for 'Heavy MTL' Festival

Posted on Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 12:01AM by Registered CommenterAllyson B. Crawford | Comments3 Comments

Tickets are on sale today for Heavy MTL, a massive rock festival in Parc Jean-Drapeau at Île Saint-Hélène, Montréal. The fest is set for July 24 and 25. Check out this roster:


Megadeth
Slayer
Korn
Rob Zombie
Alice Cooper
Lamb of God
Mastodon
Five Finger Death Punch
Testament
Fear Factory
Hatebreed
3 Inches of Blood
Anvil
Winds of Plague
Chimair
Kataklysm
Atreyu
In This Moment
Norma Jean


Heavy MTL was first held in 2008. Last year, organizers took a respite to retool and to make this year's event a big one. If I was in Canada, I'd definitely be down for this event - it's an interesting array of metal and anytime Alice Cooper is involved, I'm interested. Buy tickets online. Tickets are officially available starting at noon EST.




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Reader Comments (3)

Tickets are very inexpensive - just $119.00 for the two-day pass. The site is very picturesque, with the cityscape in the background while you watch the show. In 2008, they had two main stages which alternated all day. The entire site is GA, grass everywhere, no seats - unless you take the upgrade for access to a small grandstand which is not really necessary.
March 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMarky
What a Comedy Fest!
March 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!
Were going to be on hand. Going to be a great show and were going to have some awesome interviews coming out of it. If your going to make the trip Allison it would be a great time.
March 23, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMartell

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