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Reef : Confirmed For Amplified Festival 2017

Chart topping rock group REEF play the Sunday headline slot on Amplified’s main stage this July. Following a BIG 2016, which saw the West Country rockers end the year with a sold-out headline UK tour, Reef live at Amplified Open Air Festival are a must see.

“I’m absolutely stoked to be playing Amplified Festival with REEF on the Sunday. We cannot wait to rock out. I’m AMPED!!!” (Gary Stringer)

Also, joining the bill on the Shoot Your Hoops stage are God Damn, Orto, The Splash, Goblins, Chapter & Verse, Veridian, Red Light Rebels and The Uncharted.

With Saturday’s main-stage headliner still to be announced, the addition of Reef and confirmed Friday night headliner PUDDLE OF MUDD, Amplified Open Air Festival is set to be one of the must go to events for rock music fans this Summer.

Situated in the glorious Cotswold countryside, other Amplified confirmed acts include Evil Scarecrow, Trapt, Diamond Head, Acid Reign and many more. Full line-up details here

Amplified Open Air Festival takes place 21st-23rd July 2017 at Quarrydowns, between Northleach and Aldsworth, in Gloucester

Early Bird Ticket £60 (usually £80) includes free parking and camping

VIP Early Bird Ticket £95 (usually £125) includes free parking, camping and VIP hospitality access.

 

About Amplified Open Air Festival:

Amplified is an exciting new three-day rock/metal festival featuring a top quality line-up of chart-topping artists, breaking new bands, great food and drink, and excellent amenities.

Address: Quarrydowns, Eastington Road, Northleach, Gloucestershire.

 

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