"PaganFest America: Part II" will include Finland's folk freaks KORPIKLAANI as the headliners, Switzerland's ELUVEITIE, Ireland's PRIMORDIAL, Finland's MOONSORROW, Canada's BLACKGUARD (formerly known as PROFUGUS MORTIS) and straight off the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, New Jersey's crazy pirate metal drunks SWASHBUCKLE as the opening party-starters throughout the tour.
The first confirmed dates are as follows:
Apr. 28 - The Opera House - Toronto, ON
Apr. 29 - Medley – Montreal, QC
Apr. 30 - Imperial - Quebec City, QC
May 01 - The Palladium - Worcester, MA
May 04 - Irving Plaza - New York, NY
May 07 - Chicago Powerfest - Chicago, IL
May 08 - The Lab - St. Paul, MN
Last year's PaganFest USA was a huge success, and according to Rock The Nation manager and KATAKLYSM frontman Maurizio Iacono, "the hype is not over just yet! Like all the things I do in my life, whether I listen to what people say and what people want, there's no way we would not top this year's PaganFest USA with the next one, so we thought of the ultimate line up and went for it! This will be THE event to be at for 2009, that's for certain."
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