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Knocked Loose To Headline 10th Anniversary Edition Of Outbreak Fest

The first wave of bands for the 10th anniversary edition of Outbreak Fest have been announced.

Outbreak Fest have started to unveil their huge 10-year anniversary plans for next year’s bash.

The mighty Knocked Loose will be headlining the landmark edition of the festival, with frontman Bryan Garris enthusing, “I’ve watched tons of videos from this fest and I’m stoked to experience it first hand.”

Elsewhere – and in alphabetical order – All Out War, Broken Teeth, Drain, Fiddlehead, High Vis, Higher Power, Incendiary, Madball, Narrow Head, Renounced, Sanction, Vein.FM, Xibalba, Young Guv and Youth Of Today all join the line-up, with Outbreak confirming that even more bands, plus two more headliners, will be announced at a later date.

Read this: Why Knocked Loose’s A Different Shade Of Blue was the best hardcore album of 2019

Our aim was always to put something together to really show the diversity within the hardcore punk community,” explain the Outbreak organisers. “This is a festival for everyone, a place where people can feel welcomed, allowed to express themselves however they want, meet like minded people and above all have fun. This was our goal from the start and 10 years on we are still living by this.”

The festival has moved to the Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester, and will be taking place from June 25 – 27, 2021. Tickets go on sale at 9am on September 2 via outbreak-fest.co.uk.

Outbreak Fest 2021 First Announcement

If you want an idea of what to expect from the headliners, check out Knocked Loose in The K! Pit last year:

Posted on September 1st 2020, 1:02pm
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