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HRH Announce Dozens Of Acts For HRH AOR VI In 2018

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HRH aren’t just pushing the boat out for its AOR festival next year (Thursday 8th – Saturday 11th March, 2018), they’re fielding an entire armada of AOR talent, featuring literally dozens of bands and acts chosen by the HRH community with still another headline band to be announced shortly.

“Look at the line-up and you’ll see we’ve gone for the double: quality and quality,” explains HRH’s CEO Jonni Davis, “Some fantastic acts will be making music at Camp HRH Pwllheli next year, but we can’t take all the credit: the talent is carefully selected, by the HRH community. They know the genre, they know what they like, and it’s our job to deliver.”

AOR’s core ingredients of hard rock, melody, energy (and often big hair) will be well-represented by the HRH AOR 2018 line-up.

Headlining 2018’s festival with gusto are American, multi-platinum-selling band Skid RowJack Russell’s Great White brings some serious hard rock to the party, as does AOR legend Joe Lynn Turner. LA Rockers BULLETBOYS’ will be fielding bringing Marq Torien’s distinctive vocals, whilst Enuff Z’Nuff will be energising the crowd at Camp HRH.

In total, HRH AOR has drawn together over 30 bands for its 2018 line-up, including DareEclipseLittle CaesarElectric BoysHand of DimesThe Radio SunDante Fox and many, many others. For full line-up, see below; also check the website (www.hrhaor.com),

HRH AOR VI takes place at Camp HRH, Pwllheli, North Wales, Gwynedd, between Thursday 8th – Saturday 11th March, 2018

Remember, HRH events sell out very quickly, so book soon to avoid disappointment, either online at www.hrhaor.com, or ring Sam on 0207 193 1307

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