Reactivated MORGANA LEFAY Confirms 'Exclusive' Show At 'Sweden Rock Double Cruise'

Swedish metallers MORGANA LEFAY, who have been inactive since 2007, have been confirmed for an exclusive show at the Sweden Rock Double Cruise in early October. Also confirmed for the Sweden Rock Double Cruise is the legendary Finnish metal band AMORPHIS.

The billing is shaping up as follows:

Melodic Cruise, October 4-5

(melodic set)
+ Two more bands to be announced!

Hard Cruise, October 5-6

(hard set)
+ Two more bands to be announced!

Rates: Tickets, including cabin, from 595 SEK (approx. 66 euros) per cruise. Book tickets for both cruises and get a free T-shirt!

Check-in first cruise: at the Silja terminal in Värtahamnen, Stockholm, October 4 no later than 18.15.

Check-in second cruise: at the Silja terminal in Värtahamnen, Stockholm, October 5 no later than 18.15.

Ship departs: 19.15
Age limit: 18 years

For more information, visit

MORGANA LEFAY's last album, "Aberrations Of The Mind", came out in March 2007 via Black Mark.


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