Hard Rock Hell Prog festival April 6th & 7th

Magna Science Park in Rotherham, weekend of 6th/7th April 2013.

HRH PROG launches a new interactive festival in proud association with PROG Magazine on April 6th / 7th at MAGNA in Rotherham

The Successful Hard Rock Hell weekender team is pleased to announce a new weekend boutique festival called HRH PROG which is proudly sponsored by PROG Magazine and takes place at the Magna Science Adventure in Rotherham on April 6th / 7th 2013.
Jonni Davis CEO of Chic Festivals, the company behind all the HRH events, said ” We have always felt that the UK market was missing a dedicated PROG festival and as huge fans of the genre we wanted to put on something that honoured the world of PROG both old and new and that draws from all corners of it and that not only embraces the old but also that celebrates the new. We also felt it needed a special location to house this style of event and the Magna Science Adventure, being a renovated Steel foundry with all its different interactive zones, we felt it to be the perfect setting to stage this new experience.”.

First acts to be announced to play next April 6th and 7th are Masters of the Universe “Hawkwind” who will look to bring a special classic set of their finest Space rock anthems to the weekend.

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HRH presents PROG is also proud to announce that “The Crazy World of Arthur Brown” the god of Hell fire himself and one of the pioneers of Prog and psychedelia will also be in attendance .


Bringing things back to the classic Canterburys Caravan fronted by Pye Hastings along with Geoffrey Richardson (Violin/Guitar) and Jan Schelhaas (Ex Camel) will also be adding some of their finest Progressive, psychedelic jazz rock into the mix too and is a rare treat..

Taking things into a more down tempo direction Mostly Autumn will be adding their own special unique blend of ethereal excellence to help us create a rounded weekend for those that want to sample from all areas of things progressive.
To watch – Mostly Autumn – Evergreen click below.


Also a recent winner of the New Blood award at the recent Prog awards TesseracT have also been confirmed for those that like things a little bit louder and heavier . Other newer acts we are also pleased to welcome to HRH PROG who are also confirmed to appear are Enochian Theory , Aeon Zen , Order of Voices and Antlered Man .

Last and by no means least to round off our first announcement we are also pleased to announce that Robert John Godfreys British Symphonic Progressive rock act The Enid will also be in attendance at this our first Hard Rock Hell presents Prog event on April 6th & 7th

All at HRH PROG are truly excited about this new project in this truly amazing venue with zones namely, Earth, Steel, Wind, Fire & Water and we cant wait to share this adventure with you. Expect the unexpected with full on trading stalls from the minute you collect your boarding passes through to to freaky circuses to the all out HRH sound & production of what promises to be a Progressive monster of a weekender.

More acts will be announced on a regular basis between now and the event but due to the limited capacity be sure to book your tickets early.

Acts so far announced:

To buy tickets go to www.hrhprog.com or ring 08700 110034

All packages subject to availability, early bird prices, DC n Vet discounts finish 1st November

For press enquiries, contact claire@chic-pr.com or Seven@chic-pr.com

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Featured Albums w/c 22 June (Mon-Fri)

09:00-12:00 INTELLIGENT MUSIC PROJECT V – Life Motion (Intelligent Music)
12:00-13:00 HOUSE OF LORDS New World, New Eyes (Frontiers)
14:00-16:00 BEN HEMMING Broken Road (indie)

Power Plays w/c 22 June (Mon-Fri)

SKYFEVER Is This The End Of The World (indie)
JD SIMO One Of Those Days (Crows Feets Records)
JAMES WARREN Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime (Singsong Music)
THE BLACK MOODS Sunshine (indie)
EKKO PARK All Eyes On Me (Dinner For Wolves)
LARKIN POE Holy Ghost Fire (Tricki-Woo Records)
GILBY CLARKE (Golden Robot Records)

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