Heavy Rain Causes Cancelation Of First 'Metal' Day At Greece's ROCKWAVE Festival

According to Metalzone.gr, heavy rain has forced the cancelation of the the first "metal" day at this year's edition of the Rockwave festival, which is being held at Terravibe Park, Malakasa, Greece.

Among the bands that were scheduled to perform at today's (Monday, June 29) event were MÖTLEY CRÜE, W.A.S.P., ARCH ENEMY, MONSTER MAGNET, VOIVOD, LAUREN HARRIS and INACTIVE MESSIAH.

No announcement has yet been made regarding how this may affect tomorrow's Rockwave lineup, which is scheduled to include appearances by SLIPKNOT, MASTODON, SAXON, KYLESA, TORCHE, DOWN and LITA FORD, among others.

Video footage of the weather conditions at the Rockwave festival on Sunday, June 28 can be viewed below.


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