||MANOWAR ANNOUNCE FESTIVAL, NEXT WORLD TOUR DATE, OVER 1 MILLION MANOWARRIORS, AND SNEAK PEEK
27 October 2013
Manowar have announced their headlining performance at magic circle festival 2014 held on July 25 and 26, 2014 at Suvilahti Open Air in Helsinki, Finland.
This will be the first Magic Circle Festival in Finland ever.
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Celebrating Manowar's worldwide metal community, the festival is hosted by different countries and has previously taken place in Germany and Slovenia, where it was attended by metal fans from more than 35 nations.
"We are very excited to bring the Magic Circle Festival for the first time ever to Finland," said promoter Hardi Loog. "We are going to have a fantastic festival, with Manowar headlining with their special Kings Of Metal 2014 anniversary show, plus more bands and lots of other entertainment for an unforgettable metal experience!"
In their headlining anniversary show Manowar will perform the entire "Kings Of Metal MMXIV" album, a brand new special version of their hit album, "Kings Of Metal" that will be released in spring, along with a "best of" set of other immortal metal hymns in a completely new stage production.
"We are calling all Finnish Manowarriors to get ready to join us for the biggest Metal show of 2014!" announced Manowar bassist Joey DeMaio. "And we are calling the Manowarriors from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, England, Germany, and from every metal country in the world to get their asses to Helsinki next summer. If you haven't been to Finland before, this is the perfect opportunity! The Finnish warriors will show you how to REALLY drink, party and have a great time!"
Different ticket options, including Ultimate Fan Packages, will be available.
Prices start at 75 EUR. Tickets will go on sale on November 4, 2013 at www.tiketti.fi and www.lippupalvelu.fi
Details about the further line up and additional entertainment activities will be announced soon. See velow for a video of the announcement:
Many more tour dates will be revealed soon.
Kings Of Metal MMXIV World Tour - Confirmed Tour Dates:
Wednesday, Mar 19, 2014 - Olymp Palace of Sports - Krasnodar, Russia
Friday, Mar 21, 2014 - Luzhniki Palace of Sports - Moscow, Russia
Sunday, March 23, 2014 - Yubileyny Sports Palace - St. Petersburg, Russia
Friday/Saturday, July 25-26, 2014 - Suvilahti Open Air - Helsinki, Finland
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The Russian date on 19 March in Krasnodar is the most recently announced.
Manowar will perform the full "Kings Of Metal MMXIV" album on this tour along with a "best of" set of other immortal metal hymns in a completely new stage production. "We are excited to visit Krasnodar for the first time and bring this special anniversary tour to a city we've never played at before! We are going to melt faces in Krasnodar like no other band has ever done or ever will!" said Manowar bassist Joey DeMaio. Krasnodar is located on the Kuban River, about 148 kilometers (92 mi) northeast of the Black Sea and about 15 hours south of Moscow.
Meanwhile, Manowar recently hailed over 1 million Manowarriors that are united on their official Facebook page.
"Our Army Of Immortals is growing bigger and stronger every day and many of them use Facebook regularly to get our latest news instantly and from the source," said Joey DeMaio. "There are of course many more true Manowarriors all over the world, that do not use the social networks. We have the greatest fans in the world and are proud of each and every brother and sister of metal that is part of our army!"
Finally, Manowar have released a first video peek into the recording of "The Warrior's Prayer - MMXIV" from the forthcoming album "Kings Of Metal MMXIV," a special new album celebrating the 25th anniversary of the metal milestone "Kings Of Metal."
"The Warrior's Prayer - MMXIV" was narrated by internationally acclaimed movie and theater legend Brian Blessed, known for movies like Kenneth Brannagh's "Hamlet" and "Henry V" and the cult movie "Flash Gordon" and recently celebrated in the metal world as recipient of a Metal Hammer 'Golden God' award.