The line-up for this year’s Steelhouse Festival just got even better.
Taking to The Trooper Stage on Sunday 29th July are rock supergroup The Dead Daisies who are sure to be on fine form following their six-date headline tour in April.
The Dead Daisies appear on a Sunday bill that already boasts Black Star Riders, The Wildhearts, The Quireboys, Massive Wagons, Mason Hill and The Dust Coda.
John Corabi says: “We cannot wait to come back to Steelhouse Festival – it rocked last time we played – it will be an amazing day for sure!! See you there!!”
Doug Aldrich adds: “We will rock the Steelhouse Mountain! Rain or Rainyer!!!”
Heading for the Steelhouse mountain on Saturday 28th July is former Skin guitar supremo Myke Gray who will be appearing on a line-up that features Glenn Hughes (performs classic Deep Purple live), Dan Reed Network, King King, Aaron Buchanan and the Cult Classics, The Bad Flowers and Those Damn Crows.
Myke says: "I am proud to announce that I have been asked to play at the 2018 Steelhouse festival. I was lucky enough to play at the first one and have watched it grow from strength to strength. To play it under my own name is a dream come true and I am excited by the prospect of playing music that I have written from my past and present...Rock & Roll Dreams can come true!"
Previously confirmed for the Friday at Steelhouse Festival are headliners Stone Broken and the mighty Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons.
Dubbed ‘The Welsh International Classic Rock Festival’, the eighth Steelhouse Festival takes place at Hafod-Y-Dafal Farm in Ebbw Vale, Gwent, Wales from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th July 2018. Tickets are on sale from Planet Rock Tickets now.
Meanwhile, The Dead Daisies’ headline show at Bilston Robin 2 is now completely sold out and tickets for their remaining headline dates are selling fast.
Tickets are on sale from Planet Rock Tickets. See The Dead Daisies at the following shows:
Glasgow Garage – Sun 8th*
Bilston Robin 2 – Mon 9th* - SOLD OUT
London KOKO – Tue 10th**
Manchester Academy 2 – Thu 12th*
Nottingham Rock City – Fri 13th**
Bristol Academy – Sat 14th**
*with The Amorettes
**with The Treatment and The Amorettes