Posted on by Oran

If you wish to get on board the BOA train for 2019, now’s your chance to bag your early bird tickets and save some cash! 

As we wind down 2018, there are many moments that have played their part in making this year a memorable one, especially the four days of metal, awesome people and good times which Overdrive soaked up during this year’s Bloodstock Open Air Festival last August!

With a line up that boasts Sabaton, Scorpions, Cradle of Filth, Anthrax, Hypocrisy, Death Angel, Dimmu Borgir, Dee Snider, Children of Bodom, Code Orange, Queensryche and many more, Bloodstock is shaping up to nicely with plenty of heavy genres to cater for all.

The Early Bird ticket offer gives the punter a chance to buy tickets at a discount price of £125.00/€139.00 (excluding booking fee) for four days of camping as well as all the entertainment on offer across the weekend of August 8th/11th in Catton Park, Derbyshire UK.

This offer will expire at midnight on Saturday, December 15th so, you literally have a couple of days to avail of this before prices resume to their normal price of £145.00/€161.00 (excluding booking fee).

For your chance to get Bloodstock Open Air 2019 Early Bird Tickets, please use this link or click the graphic below.

Bloodstock has become one of the major highlights for metal fans across the UK and Europe with the festival offering a unique, intimate and friendly atmosphere all the while hosting some of the worlds heaviest bands, across four stages, over four days.

BLOODSTOCK’s first wave of 2019 Serpents Lair VIP tickets and campervan passes are both now SOLD OUT!  A second wave of VIP, including Deluxe packages (Luxpads, Bellepads, Podpads, etc) and a limited amount of VIP upgrades (for those who’ve already purchased standard weekend tickets) will become available on Monday 17th December at 9 am.  For full details please visit this link.

BLOODSTOCK will take place at Catton Park, Derbyshire on 8th-11th August 2019.  Get additional information via this link.

Oran O’Beirne

Photos- Down The Barrel Photography / Exposing Shadows Photography / Bloodstock Festival © 2019