Montreal, QC – December 6, 2022
Early Bird Tickets On Sale Now! LOUD AS HELL Metal Fest 2023
– Camping & Extreme Music In Alberta’s Badlands –
August 4th – 6th, 2023
Canadian extreme music festival LOUD AS HELL has launched early bird tickets for their 2023 outdoor music event being held from August 4th to 6th at the Dinosaur Downs Stampede Grounds in Drumheller, AB.
Pre-sale tickets available at https://www.loudashell.ca/tickets
All online purchased tickets will be mailed out to you.
Early bird weekend tickets are $120 each and are available until the 2023 lineup is announced.
Regular weekend tickets will be $150 each.
Once home to the roaring sounds of dinosaurs, Alberta’s badlands has been hosting Loud As Hell since 2012 and will witness the 11th edition of one of Western Canada’s most celebrated metal festivals.
LOUD AS HELL has hosted hundreds of Canadian and international bands annually since 2012 with exception of 2020 due to the Covid pandemic. During its decade of showcasing Canadian and international bands, the festival has grown into a pilgrimage for metalheads from across the country. Past years have hosted well-known bands such as Into Eternity, Goatwhore, Battlecross, Fit for An Autopsy, Anciients, Archspire, Unleash The Archers, Striker, KEN mode, Obey The Brave, Protest the Hero, AngelMaker, Divinity, Neck of The Woods, Endast among many more.
2022 festival lineup Spotify playlist – https://spoti.fi/3IGRtv7
Volunteers Wanted For 2023:
Volunteers are wanted for production and security. For full details email at loudashellfestival[@]gmail[.]com
Social Media Hashtag #LAHX
Video – Into Eternity @ Loud As Hell 2021: https://youtu.be/xGSV8eZ-IN0
Video – Iron Kingdom @ Loud As Hell 2021: https://youtu.be/gLE7poCVgFE
LOUD AS HELL 2023 will be celebrating its eleventh festival event presented by Loud As Hell Productions, Jurassic Ink Custom Tattoo, Prairie Fire Events, and Asher Media Relations. LAH always works its hardest to deliver the best lineup in the West ready to melt your face off. Featuring bands from across Canada, you won’t want to miss any of it. And don’t forget about their freak shows, burlesque dancers, clinics, vendors, and dinosaurs!
For LAH’s 2022 lineup, the music event featured an assortment of forty top-tier artists from Western Canada over three headbanging days that included Vancouver’s AngelMaker, Neck of The Woods, and Carcosa, a reunion set by Montreal metalcore titans Endast along with a rare appearance from Calgary’s prog squad Divinity.
The sold-out 2022 lineup was scaled down to only Canadian bands due to international artists being unable to perform in the country because of border restrictions and guidelines stated by the federal government for Covid precautions.
Town of Drumheller
WCMFA – Western Canadian Metal Festival Alliance
Asher Media Relations
Absolute Underground Mag
Cursed Earth Apparel
Neighbors’ Corner Pub
Prairie Fire Productions Ltd
Jerry’s Liquor Store
Trash Talk with Nate Trash
Wicked Wally Webcast
Gettin Late with Nate
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What the press is saying:
“Western Canada’s loudest heavy metal festival brings fans to town more known for dinos than drum solos.” – CBC Calgary
“Loud as Hell – one of Canada’s top underground metal festivals – was a metal family reunion. If you walked around the grounds, where tents covered the landscape like flowers, you would experience concert goers laughing, hugging and just enjoying the moment. The music played non-stop and the people were some of the best you’ll meet. What else do you need? If you’re a metalhead fan, mark it down for next year because this is a concert you don’t want to miss.” – Blackfalds Life
“Headbanger alert: Loud As Hell festival to ramp up the volume” – Calgary Herald
“Nevermind the bug spray and sun tan lotion, as August approaches Drumheller residents should stock up on earplugs.” – Calgary Herald
“Loud As Hell returns to the southern Alberta city for its seventh year and as its name implies, will rock the city to its core.” – Calgary Herald
“Loud as Hell has celebrated eight years in the Badlands to date, with acts from all over the world-shattering the peace and quiet of the hills in a camping and music extravaganza.” – Hanna Herald
“Drumheller with its dinosaur bones is the site of the annual Loud as Hell heavy metal festival Friday through Sunday. Dozens of the heaviest bands known to Man will be taking the stage, many of them Canadian” – Gig City
ASHER MEDIA RELATIONS
Jon Asher – Music Publicist