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Bullet For My Valentine’s Matt Tuck plays gig on air, sea and land

You’ve not seen a gig like this before…

Bullet For My Valentine’s Matt Tuck plays gig on air, sea and land


On March 14, Bullet For My Valentine frontman Matt Tuck, played the world’s first land, sea and air gig.

The event was Jägermeister‘s most extreme Ice Cold Gig so far and took place in Tromsø Norway, 192 miles north of the Arctic Circle. It saw the frontman float through the air playing his guitar, riding on a speed boat, also playing his guitar, and being pulled along by Husky dogs in the snow – you guessed it… playing his guitar.

“I’ve played some incredible gigs around the world,” said Matt Tuck post-adrenaline adventure. “But that was right up there, literally. Jäger’s Ice Cold Gig was one of the very best and definitely the most extreme! It’s my first skydiving experience, so dealing with the excitement and nerves – even before you add in the ruthless cold – was intense, but totally worth it. It’s awesome to say you did a world’s first in music, but to do it with my best mates, the guys who were there with me from the beginning, made it unforgettable. Now for a drink!”

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