JUDAS PRIEST Requesting 'Unlimited Quantities Of Chocolate' At SOFIA ROCKS Festival

June 29, 2011

Novinite.com reports that heavy rock legends JUDAS PRIEST, WHITESNAKE, SAXON and SLADE are preparing for their July 8 gig at CSKA (Narodna Armiya) stadium in Sofia, Bulgaria as part of the Sofia Rocks 2011 festival.

According to information released by organizers Balkan Entertainment Company, WHITESNAKE frontman David Coverdale appears to have the most intriguing catering requirements, including not only fine Bulgarian wines, but also mineral volcanic water from Fiji, and an absolute ban on onions and broccoli in his otherwise vegetable-heavy diet. The members of JUDAS PRIEST, on the other hand, have requested to be supplied with plenty of chili and tabasco, as well as "unlimited quantities of chocolate."

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