Our good old Britanny will host the 6th edition of MOTOCULTOR FESTIVAL, a festival that includes cool names such as Mondo Generator, Orange Goblin, Eyehategod, Ufomammut, Mustasch. While some of you are chilling on the seaside, we’ll be partying in Saint Nolff with all these international bands. Honestly, this is the place to be this summer in France. On August, 16, 17 et 18, we invite you for an intense weekend of moshpits and music discoveries : ENTER THE CONTEST NOW !
To enter the contest, send your NAME + MOTOCULTOR
Winners will be chosen amongst our Facebook fans only.
MOTOCULTOR FESTIVAL is one of the most important metal festivals in France, as it offers a picky selection of death metal, punk, black metal, hardcore, stoner, sludge and even hard rock bands. Contrary to institutions like Hellfest or Sonisphère, the strength of this very festival lies in its size : big enough to welcome legends like Corrosion of Conformity, Hatebreed or Crowbar, yet on a human scale site that makes everyone feel like home. Each year, more than 250 volunteers work their ass off to make this festival a welcoming, clean, and safe place. Again, this year’s vintage is a good one :
ANNIHILATOR / THERION / EXODUS / ENSLAVED / DEVILDRIVER / THE EXPLOITED / IMPALED NAZARENE / ELUVEITIE / MOONSPELL / MUSTASCH / ORANGE GOBLIN / CRUCIFIED BARBARA / VADER / NICK OLIVERI AND THE MONDO GENERATOR / EYEHATEGOD / ORPHANED LAND / DYING FETUS / DESTROYER 666 / ABORTED / BANANE METALIK / ROTTEN SOUND / UFOMAMMUT / DECREPIT BIRTH / EXTREME NOISE TERROR / ANGELUS APATRIDA / ENDSTILLE / UNCOMMONMENFROMMARS / JUNGLE ROT / THE OLD DEAD TREE / GOROD / EXCREMENTORY GRINDFUCKERS / HACRIDE / BUKOWSKI / SVART CROWN / SYSTEM DIVIDE / STICKY BOYS / BELENOS / JUMPING JACK / ATARAXIE / COLLAPS MACHINES / MISEDUCATION OF MASSES / LUTECE / SUSTAINCORE / VOIGHT KAMPFF
3 DAYS PASS : 75 € (camping included) on sale @ Digitick – 85 € on site
DAILY PASS : 36 € (camping included) on sale @ Digitick – 43 € on site
Running order and festival map
All informations about the festival on their website and Facebook
Last modified: 11 February 2015