MINISTRY, CHILDREN OF BODOM Confirmed For Finland's TUSKA 2003 Festival
MINISTRY and CHILDREN OF BODOM are among the latest artists confirmed to appear at Finland's Tuska 2003 festival, set to take place July 11-13 in the Kaisaniemi park in the center of Helsinki.
The complete list of groups currently scheduled to perform at the event is as follows:
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CHILDREN OF BODOM
TIMO RAUTIAINEN & TRIO NISKALAUKAUS
THE 69 EYES
Over the course of three days more than 30 bands will be performing on three stages at Tuska 2003. In addition, more than a dozen bands will appear in the evening clubs, thereby ensuring that no shortage of heavy music will be experienced. Official live clubs this year will be Tavastia, Semifinaali and Stella Star Club.
Tickets will go on sale on May 5 through Tiketti and Lippupalvelu as well as selected record stores. A ticket for the entire weekend (3 days) will cost €62 and single-day tickets will cost €28.
For more information, visit the festival's official web site at this location.
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