Tons of Rock Festival Norway announces their first bands for 2020!
IRON MAIDEN headline Tons Of Rock on the 25th June when they come to Norway on the last leg of their Legacy Of The Beast Tour. So far, the band has played too close to two million fans in 39 countries around the world since the tour opened in 2018, including 100, 000 at this year’s legendary Rock In Rio Festival in Brazil. Bursting with hits and fan favourites spanning the band’s career, this show has something for everyone.
Get ready for the biggest Tons of Rock concert ever!
DISTURBED is one of the most sought-after bands by the Tons of Rock audience. The Americans who have sold close to 20 million albums and have 5 albums that have entered the number 1 on Billboard have become one of rock’s biggest names. The tickets for the previous Oslo visit were swept away in record speed, so there will delight for thousands of Norwegians that they are now ready for Tons of Rock 2020!
For decades, DIMMU BORGIR has been Norway’s undisputed metal band since the breakthrough at the end 90’s, the band has been the largest black metal band in the world, and one of Norway’s absolute largest cultural exports. Now they are finally ready for the Tons of Rock Festival, and will draw hordes of audiences from all over the world to their biggest show on Norwegian soil ever.
The most awesome metal band in the Globe is ready for Tons of Rock. The Grammy nominated French band GOJIRA are arguably the world’s hottest metalband of the day with their uncompromising, groovy and intricate riff wall. On the road to the top, we are talking about one of the biggest names in the metal genre. Get ready for a HUGE show at Tons of Rock.
When you hear the name SEPULTURA, headbaning is an all-natural reflex. Brazil’s biggest metal band has sold millions of albums with the classics such as Arise, Chaos AD and Roots. A new album is in the works, and organisers are very excited to have them back to Tons of Rock.
Norwegian Rock’s toughest band, BACKSTREET GIRLS delivered in the autumn what might be their best album ever, and definitely this year’s toughest rock song with “Motorhellway”. There will be a lesson in BoogieRock when Petter and Bjørn take the boys and make their way up at Ekeberg in Oslo Rock City.