Event-Website „Dear fans We make no secret of it here or throw ourselves into vague phrases. Unfortunately, advance sales for LOUDFEST 2023 are not going well. Even if many shows are currently making
We make no secret of it here or throw ourselves into vague phrases. Unfortunately, advance sales for LOUDFEST 2023 are not going well. Even if many shows are currently making a strong final spurt in advance sales and at the box office, it is a nail-biter for some shows right up to the end.
At the same time, however, there are always last-minute promotions or even postponements/cancellations, which ultimately punish the most loyal fans who bought a ticket early on for their loyalty. Therefore we would like to go a rather unusual way and reward exactly these fans:
All people with a valid ticket for the LOUDFEST 2023 can take an accompanying person of their choice to the concert free of charge. Regardless of whether you already have a ticket or hit it an hour before the door opens, we want to create the same conditions for everyone here. This also applies to purchases at the box office, only entries via the guest list are excluded. And important: You and your companion must travel together, otherwise the campaign cannot be implemented logistically.
We’re already counting down the days and, together with all the bands, we’re looking forward to a great evening with you!“
18:20-19:00 The Warning
19:30-20:15 Born Of Osiris
After six years it’s finally that time again: The LOUDFEST returns to Zurich!
A feast for all fans of hard riffs, mosh pits and loud music. The 2023 edition is headlined by Jinjer. The Ukrainian high-flyers tour the world and can count on an ever-growing fan base for their progressive metal. But things get even worse for Prog fans: After Haken performed their latest record „Fauna“ in full pot in Aarau in March, they pay another visit to Switzerland with many new songs in their luggage.
The lineup continues at full throttle, the Americans from Born Of Osiris are back on European tour after several years and are making their only stop on Swiss soil. Not only the only stop, even the first Swiss gig ever will be played by The Warning from Mexico. The three sisters have already made a name for themselves globally and have been able to play support slots in front of the likes of Muse and Foo Fighters. But what would a successful evening be without local support? With Virvum and Expellow, the evening will open with a lot of Zurich power.