PREVIEW: Into the Grave 2019

Into The Grave Festival returns in 2019 bigger and stronger with a three day weekend and two stages.

Taking place in quite a unique setting, on a former graveyard and set against the backdrop of a historical tower and with mega line-up, Into The Grave festival is a treat for any metal fan.

Into The Grave festival’s 9th edition will be taking place on 9-11 August at the town center of Leeuwarden, Netherlands. This year as an addition to the two main festival days, the organizers have added a shorter third day and also a second stage. Right now there are maintenance works in process on the festival site to position the main stage differently to previous years, so that it does not obstruct sight of the crooked tower of Oldehove.

In the past years at the festival fans have enjoyed Kreator, Slayer, Sepultura, Sodom, Life Of Agony, Sabaton, Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy, Gojira, Behemoth just to mention few.

This year’s festival will feature as headliners American heavy metallers Anthrax, German power metal quintet Powerwolf and Swedish progressive metal band Opeth alongside other metal acts such as American thrash metal five piece Death Angel, Italian gothic metallers Lacuna Coil, British progressive metal band Tesseract, New Zeeland heavy metal trio Alien Weaponry, mighty thrashers Testament and many more.

Line up so far:

Friday Saturday Sunday
Anthrax Powerwolf Opeth
Hypocrisy Meshuggah Death Angel
Soilwork Testament The Vintage Caravan
Prong Queensryche Black Peaks
For I Am King Tesseract Klone
Sick of It All Battle Beast  
Dog Eat Dog God Dethroned  
No Turning Back Sacred Reich  
Sworn Enemy Lacuna Coil  
  Ost+ Front  
  Jinjer  
  Alien Weaponry  
  Crystal Lake  
  Crobot  

 

Get your tickets for Into The Grave 2019 here:

https://intothegrave.nl/#Tickets

Friday ticket- EUR 33.50

Saturday ticket- EUR 43.50

Combiticket- EUR 58.50

Sunday ticket- EUR 20 (guaranteed entrance 1pm, after 2pm free entrance depending on spaces left)

www.intothegrave.nl

www.facebook.com/intothegravefestival

Arta Gailuma

Metalhead travel junkie and a geek.

Read more about...