Eluveitie, Clawfinger, Code Orange & Mr. Irish Bastard for Summer Breeze Open Air 2019

At SUMMER BREEZE there’s a handful of bands that are always at the top of the popularity polls, and our next confirmation is one of them: ELUVEITIE!

The Swiss are always in the top ten of your wishlists, no matter if they just played that year or not. The band certainly appreciates your loyalty, and so do we, which is why we have invited ELUVEITIE again for the 2019 edition of SUMMER BREEZE. After last time the Swiss did a double whammy in Dinkelsbühl, we are curious to know what they will think of in 2019… We hope you are, too?!

Early 1990s: A huge crossover trend is sweeping Europe, setting the standard for many a future musical trend. European pioneers of this crossover wave are the hitherto unknown CLAWFINGER, our next confirmation.

Their debut album ‘Deaf Dumb Blind’ included numerous single hits that became staples of every hard music club night. Plus the Scandinavian were also fun in a live situation, something that hasn’t changed until today. Proof of the newly found interest in the band was their recent tour through full venues everywhere. So if you fancy some crossover and a fireworks display of hits, and you feel fit enough to jump up and down during a full show, you shouldn’t miss CLAWFINGER at SUMMER BREEZE 2019!

Another premier at SUMMER BREEZE 2019: CODE ORANGE are coming to Dinkelsbühl!

The hardcore combo from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania are known for their modern hardcore ridden with massive beatdowns. Exactly the right fodder for all of you mosh pit kings to feel good and rock out. With this, there is another hour of extreme gymnastics programmed at the stage in Dinkelsbühl. Start practicing your moves and go for it!

Want to dance and drink some beer? Want some action? Then MR. IRISH BASTARD is just right for you!

The Munster-based Irish folk punk band know damn well how to throw a good party. On stage and off! Their folky, punky songs immediately make you want to dance, and tracks such as ‘I Hope They Sell Beer In Hell’ set the right tone. And who knows, maybe the guys will even play one of their fantastic cover versions, so you can also strain your vocal cords. However, fact is that the fun is guaranteed at a MR. IRISH BASTARD gig, and a jolly good party is in sight. N-joy!