EDGUY, ICS VORTEX, SWALLOW THE SUN and STAM1NA will perform at next year's the Finnish Metal Expo (the main event of Helsinki Metal Meeting), set to take place February 17-18, 2012 at the Cable Factory in Helsinki, Finland.
Besides the classic exhibition area where record labels, merchandise companies, music shops etc. deliver the latest goods, the eighth edition of the Finnish Metal Expo sees the event shift towards indoor festival form with the introduction of the second stage. The number of performing bands during the two days will increase to more than 20.
Industry Days meeting will once again bring the who's who of the metal music industry to Helsinki. Industry Days has established its spot as the most important professional meeting of the metal world. The upcoming Industry Days will take place at the confines of the Cable Factory, making it convenient to attend seminars, check out the showcases and set up meetings.
Tickets for the Finnish Metal Expo will go on sale on Monday, October 3 at www.lippupalvelu.fi and www.tiketti.fi. One-day tickets cost 35 euros in advance and 40 euros at the door (if not sold out). Two-day ticket costs 57 euros. Advance only.
For more information, visit www.fme.fi.
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