The Bulldog Bash
Pitchshifter, The Almighty, 100 Reasons, Engerica, The Answer, Losing Sun, Rattlesnake Remedy, Hells Bells and Sweet Black Angels have all been confirmed to play at the twentieth annual Bulldog Bash, which takes place on from 10-13 August 13th at the festival’s usual site at Shakespeare County Raceway, Long Marston, near Stratford On Avon, Warwickshire.
The Bulldog Bash is widely acknowledged as the safest live music festival in Britain – but it is much, much more than just a gig; The Bulldog Bash is the best biker event in Europe. A huge variety of non-musical attractions includes jet-force cars and rocket propelled bikes hurtling down the drag strip, huge custom bike and car exhibitions, an awesome dance tent, a topless bike (and anything else) wash, wrestling bouts, a veritable village of stalls and loads of ludicrous white-knuckle rides.
The 20th Anniversary Bulldog Bash boasts some of Britain’s best rock acts on the main stage.
The original line-up of The Almighty, the Scottish hard rockers who notched up eight top 40 singles in the early/mid 90’s, will reform once more for their only UK Festival appearance in 2006. Having split in 1996, the band reformed in January to raise money for Leukemia research, after bassist Floyd was diagnosed with it.
There is no better place to be on the 12th June 2006 than celebrating metal with Metal Hammer at the annual Golden Gods Awards, this year at Koko in Camden.