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Bang Your Head!!!

Bang Your Head!!!
Genre Heavy metal, Hard rock
Dates June/July
Location(s) Balingen, Germany
Years active 1996 – present
Website
www.bang-your-head.de

Bang Your Head!!! is a heavy metal and hard rock festival held annually in Germany.

First held in 1996, as a one-day indoor event in the Stefan-Hartmann-Halle in Tübingen with a crowd of 600 people.[1] Since then Bang Your Head has moved to Balingen and has grown to an event spanning multiple days and drawing in 1.800 people in 1998, 18.000 people in 1999 and 20.000[2] in 2005. Bands and acts that performed on this festival over the years include: W.A.S.P., DIO, Motorhead, Deep Purple and Twisted Sister.[3]

Contents

  • Lineups 1
    • 2014 1.1
    • 2009 1.2
    • 2008 1.3
    • 2007 1.4
    • 2006 1.5
    • 2005 1.6
    • 2004 1.7
    • 2003 1.8
    • 2002 1.9
  • External links 2
  • References 3

Lineups

2014

Held on July 11 and July 12 at Messegelände in Balingen, Germany.

Warm up show on July 10:

2009

Held on June 26 and June 27 at Messegelände in Balingen, Germany.

2008

Held on June 27 and June 28 at Messegelände in Balingen, Germany.

2007

Held on June 22 and June 23 at Messegelände in Balingen, Germany.

2006

2005

+ Very Special Guests:

2004

2003

Warm-up Show

2002

Warm-up gig:

Aftershow:

External links

  • Official website

References

  1. ^ Bang Your Head festival information
  2. ^ Festival information from Touring in Germany
  3. ^ Official website - historical overview
  4. ^ Festival announcement including Axel Rudi Pell & Friends

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