Armstrong Metalfest early bird tickets now available

Armstrong Metalfest is gearing up for their biggest event to date.

Preparing for their milestone of a decade of metal in Canada’s Okanagan Valley, Armstrong Metalfest is gearing up for their biggest event to date.

Over the last nine years the festival has hosted a long list of bands such as Revocation, Cattle Decapitation, Suffocation, Beyond Creation, Rivers of Nihil, The Zenith Passage, Anciients, Bison, Striker, Archspire, Cryptopsy, Unleash The Archers, Ninjaspy, Vesperia, Aggression among many others for British Columbia’s largest gathering of metalheads from across Western Canada and beyond.

Planning their 2018 edition, early bird pre-sale tickets for AMF are now on sale for a limited time until Feb. 1, 2018, for a special price of $95.

Tickets can be purchased at the following link: https://armstrongmetalfest.ca/tickets/ All tickets provide General Admission and grant access to the festival grounds, camping area and arena from 11 a.m. on Friday, July 13, 2018, until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, July 14. Free camping is included.

After early bird pre-sale tickets have been sold out and starting Feb. 1, 2018, the ticket pre-sale price will go up to $125. At the door, the price will be $165.

Please check out the FAQ for information about special day passes and pricing at the following link: https://armstrongmetalfest.ca/about/faq/

In additional news, AMF is taking band submissions for the biggest mountain moshpit to ever rumble the BC Rockies.

Festival co-organizer Jesse Valstar said: “This year’s band submission process has been going wonderfully. My favourite part is discovering new bands, and this year we have had quite a few new submissions.”

“We are also very excited to start early bird sales a month early this year. We have updated our website and it is looking better than it ever has. The crew at West Metal Entertainment are working hard this year to make year 10 of the festival the best year to date.” Valstar said. “We are looking to take the festival to the next level. So far so good, so bring it on. Ten Years Strong.”

Bands interested in applying can email bandsamf@gmail.com.

Band submission deadline is Nov. 1, 2017.

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