Festivals: Thrice, Touché Amoré & Creeper for Hevy Fest 2015

Thrice, Touché Amoré & Creeper for Hevy Fest 2015

They’ll be joined by Coheed and Cambria, The Dillinger Escape Plan and The Get Up Kids.

After dropping some rather massive hints about their reunion last year, Thrice have announced they’ll return to the UK this year as headliners for Hevy Fest 2015.

The band will making the trip over the Atlantic for the August weekender as part of their first tour back together - they revealed that they’d be joining forces again back in December 2014 - since they last played on our shores in 2012.

The band will be joined by Coheed and Cambria, who will be performing their album ‘In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3’ in full during their own headlining set, while the likes of Touché Amoré, The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Get Up Kids (performing their infamous record ‘Something To Write Home About’ in full) and Creeper are also set to appear.

The full list of acts set to play at this year’s Hevy Fest is as follows.

Thrice, Coheed and Cambria, The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Get Up Kids, Touché Amoré, Hacktivist, Monuments, Black Tusk, Baby Godzilla, Continents, Creeper, Fort Hope, Vales, Fathoms, Grader, Up River, Ohhms, The Colour Line and Wraiths.

This year’s Hevy Fest takes place at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th August.

Tickets are priced at £69 each and are available at their website.

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