MYRATH Pulls Out Of PROGPOWER EUROPE Festival, THE AURORA PROJECT Steps In

Tunisian band MYRATH has cancelled its appearance at the tenth-anniversary edition of the ProgPower Europe festival, set to take place October 3-5 at JC Sjiwa in Baarlo, The Netherlands. Replacing them on the bill is the Dutch band THE AURORA PROJECT

The running order is now as follows:

Friday, October 3 (doors open 18.30):

PAGAN'S MIND: 22.00-00.00
ATROX: 20.25-21.25
DIVISION BY ZERO: 19.00-20.00

Saturday, October 4 (doors open 13.00):

CYNIC: 21.45-23.15
ZERO HOUR: 20.10-21.10
ALARUM: 18.25-19.40
WOLVERINE*: 16.30-17.15
SUN CAGED: 15.05-16.05
CILICE: 13.45-14.40

Sunday, October 5 (doors open 13.00):

THRESHOLD: 21.30-23.30
WOLVERINE**: 19.55-20.55
THE AURORA PROJECT: 18.30-19.30
SUSPYRE: 16.30-17.30
PATHOSRAY: 15.05-16.05
21 EYES OF RUBY: 13.45-14.40

* Setlist from 1999, when WOLVERINE opened the first ProgPower Europe ever
** Regular setlist

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