HARDCORE SUPERSTAR and WOLF have been confirmed to perform at the Sweden Rock Festival kick-off party, which is scheduled to take place Saturday, December 2 at Nalen in Stockholm. During the party, the organizers of the annual Sweden Rock Festival will announce the first confirmed artists for next summer's event, accompanied by additional entertainment, award ceremonies, live music and other surprises. The number of tickets will be limited to 600, but the event will also be broadcast live on the Internet, hosted by Mattias and Melker of the Swedish TV and radio show "Rundgång". Swedish national radio P4 will broadcast the hard rock show "Dist" live from the kick-off party and will annonce the awards for Sweden's "Best Hard Rock Band" and "Newbie Of The Year", which will be determined through votes by the show's listeners. The Internet broadcast will be available at www.swedenrock.com. Tickets for the kick-off will be released through Sweden Rock Festival's web site only on Thursday, October 5. You must be at least 18 years old to purchase a ticket. Tickets for Sweden Rock Festival 2007 will be released Friday, December 1.
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