Behemoth show cancelled

Extremely sad news: several members of Behemoth have been stranded on Frankfurt airport due to flight problems. Because of this, the band will not be able to play their show tonight.

 

The band sent the following message to their fans at Sweden Rock:
"Legions of Sweden Rock - due to an error made by our airline, we have been forced to cancel tonight's show. This was an extremely important show for us; we tried to rectify the situation for the parts of our touring party affected but were met with further delays meaning we are unable to make it to the festival site in time. We will make it up to our Swedish Legions and appreciate your understanding and support!"


With this short notice it will unfortunately not be possible to find a replacement of the same size and musical style as Behemoth, but we are nevertheless working on finding a solution to have a show on the Rock Stage after the Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow concert. More info to follow.

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