RISE TO ADDICTION Confirmed For U.K.'s ROCK & BLUES Festival

RISE TO ADDICTION, the new project featuring former BLAZE members John Slater (guitar), Steve Wray (guitar) and Rob Naylor (bass), are the latest band to be confirmed for this year's 22nd annual Rock & Blues festival in Pentrich, Derbyshire. The biker festival, famous for its "custom bike shows, live music, birds, blokes and beers," attracts thousands of music lovers and bikers from all around the globe. The festival takes place July 28-31.

RISE TO ADDICTION will be performing on the main stage on Saturday, July 30. Other bands confirmed for the festical include UFO, BLACKFOOT, WAYSTED, MAHOGANY RUSH and ANTIPRODUCT.

More information about the festival can be found on the Rock and Blues web site by clicking here.

Tickets are £30 in advance or £40 on the gate. (Children under 14 go free). There will be additional charges for parking & camping so it's worth checking out the official site for more information.


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