BANG YOUR HEAD USA Festival Changes Venue

September 9, 2003

The upcoming 2003 Bang Your Head USA festival to be held on Sunday, October 19 has been moved to the 4th and B, San Diego's best mid-size concert venue. The 4th and B (21 and over) club has a first-class large stage, PA, lights and features three full bars.

The festival line-up is as follows:


The festival is sponsored by: Desert Rock Promotions, Electric Basement, The Tour Bus, Toxic Ink Clothing, Fugitive Records, Metal Xtreme, Keeper, Hard Attack and Blue Meannie Records. More sponsors will be announced soon. Visit the 2003 Bang Your Head USA official festival web site at this location.

The Bang Your Head USA festival is officially sanctioned by the promoters of the original Germany-based Heavy Oder Was?! magazine's "Bang Your Head" festival.

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