HRH Unveil More Bands for Rescheduled Hard Rock Hell XIV

HRH Unveil More Bands for Rescheduled Hard Rock Hell XIV

13th October 2020 0 By John Deaux

Hard Rock Hell are proud to be able to reveal 5 more bands to be added to the line-up for Hard Rock Hell XIV in November 2021!  Axe legend Adrian Vandenberg, the rejuvenated Black Spiders, Northern Ireland stars Screaming Eagles plus Piston and Y!kes have all been confirmed today to play next year’s showcase event.  In more great news, the refurbishment of the Great Yarmouth site over the winter period means we can release 25 more accommodation units plus a small number of regular tickets for the rescheduled event – these will be like gold dust so grab yours now by clicking the link below:

For the first of the additions to the Hard Rock Hell XIV line-up, we are incredibly proud to bring you Vandenberg. Formed originally back in 1981 before Adrian Vandenberg joined Whitesnake for the legendary 1987 album, the band has been reconvened and now features the uber-talented singer Ronnie Romero – best known for fronting the one and only Rainbow and his own band Lords Of Black. We are delighted to keep Vandenberg on board (the guys had to switch from Hard Rock Hell Spring Break) – check out their latest single, Shadows of The Night – it’s a proper belter!

We welcome the incredible Black Spiders back into the HRH fold now they’ve taken up their guitars, drumsticks and mic again after a couple of years break.  Nobody will forget their appearances at various HRH events, Sonisphere and Download as well as supporting names such as Thin Lizzy, Ozzy Osbourne and Airbourne over the last 10 years or so.  We really can’t wait to see what the 2020 reboot has in store – Kiss better keep an eye out – Black Spiders are BACK!

Another amazing band looking to 2021 for a chance to reconnect with their loyal fanbase are Northern Ireland’s hard-hitting rock’n’rollers Screaming Eagles.  In a rare appearance this side of the Irish Sea, the lads bring their Rock’n’Roll Soul to Hard Rock Hell XIV next November, and with rumours rife of new material this will be the perfect chance to stand up and be counted – and catch them live!As if those 3 incredible bands weren’t enough, we are stoked to bring two bands from the Midlands of England to play next November. 

Piston have been building a reputation over the last few years as one of the tightest hard rock bands on the circuit, and with 2019’s self-titled debut under their belt they just want to get out there and perform the music for everyone to hear. 

In contrast, Y!kes are relative newcomers to the scene, but their unique brand of alt-rock went down a storm last year in Great Yarmouth, so it’s time they took to the main stage in 2021.

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