Bloodstock 2021 announce twelve more band, tickets still available

With ten weeks until the return to normality, Bloodstock festival has announced a further twelve bands to their lineup. The five day event will be held 11th-15th August 2021.

The bands added to the bill are Power Metal crew Battle Born, Brighton doomsters Halveksia, Odysseus who blend tech death and prog metal, Bournemouth alt rockers Solcura, deathcore brutalists Casket Feeder, London headbangers Slavesteel, blues-infused metalheads The Best Medicine, death metal disciples Godeater, Sheffield sludgers Kurokuma, trad death squad Pemphigoid, Huddersfield thrash beasts Riptide, and As The World Dies, who bring their prog-death from Birmingham.

Standard weekend tickets for the extended five-day event remain under a temporary price freeze at £145 (+ booking fees). Child tickets and parking tickets for 2021’s event are available now at the ticket store, as well as a limited number of day tickets for Thrusday to Sunday. Wednesday remains exclusively for weekend ticket holders. VIP and campervan tickets for 2021 are sold out.

Fat Franks Camping has a service for campers, where you can pre-order everything you need and collect it all on-site. They can also blow up your air bed while you wait, and you can rent a tent from them for the weekend.

Anything purchased can be delivered to your home within three to five days after the festival. For full details, visit

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