Tokyo’s ready to rock during Loud Park 2017. They signed Slayer as the headliner for the fifth time, Gene Simmons is bringing his band to perform, Kiss songs will be blasted and Black Star Riders will make their debut. The tickets are going to be available Saturday, July 29.
Since 2006, Loud Park is Japan’s one and only metal festival. This festival has been going strong for 12 years. This year, the 2017 Loud Park Festival will two days on two stages.
The shows start Saturday, October 14 at the Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo. Loud Park says many more will make an appearance, but that information is not available at this time on their website.
The breakdown for the weekend’s festivities will include
Slayer, Emperor, Alice Cooper, Michael Schenker Fest, Gene Simmons Band and Apocalyptica. The full lineup can be found at their website.
Slayer’s summer tour is underway with Lamb of God and Behemoth. You can check out more information on their tour at MXDWN.com. Once they finish up their tour in the United States, they are off for Japan as a headliner in Loud Fest 2017.
Starting the fun on Saturday, October 14, Slayer will be among Emperor, Alice Cooper, Anthem, Beyond the Black, Brujeria, Opeth, Overkill, Skindred and Winger for an all-night banger. More bands will make an appearance in Tokyo.
You can look at the current full schedule at the Loud Park website.
Sunday, October 15 will also be a legendary set for the audience with Michael Schenker Fest, Gene Simmons Band, Apocalyptica, Black Star Riders, Cradle of Filth, Devin Townsend Project, Loudness, Meshuggah, Outrage, Sabaton and Secret Act.
The tickets are sold as general admission for one day or the entire weekend. The ticket release date is Saturday, July 29. More information can be found here.
If you happen to be purchasing a ticket from outside of Japan, check out this link. Tickets range from 30,000 yen to 15,000 yen, which is equivalent to $268 U.S. dollars to $140 U.S. dollars. Calculate other expenses here.