World star rock band Iron Maiden, expected to start a world tour in support of their sixteenth studio album soon, is to give a concert in Hungary in 2016. Iron Maiden’s latest album “The Book of Souls” will bring the band playing shows in 35 countries across six continents next year, including a concert at the VOLT festival in Sopron in Western Hungary. Frontman Bruce Dickinson has already sent a message to the Hungarian fans: “We can’t wait to start the tour: we like the most when we are on our way to play music in front of our fans. We are really looking forward to return to Hungary.”
Those festival-goers who would rather prefer hip-hop to rock music, also should consider purchasing a ticket for next year’s VOLT festival as American rapper Wiz Khalifa has been also announced to deliver a performance in Sopron next summer. More names are expected to be released in the coming weeks on the official website of the festival. VOLT is known for a very colorful line-up, where many different genres are present, starting from rock and pop concerts all the way t DJs, theater shows and performances.
Last year’s programme featured an amazing line-up of world stars in Sopron, including David Guetta, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, Fatboy Slim, Bastille, Wilkinson, Ignite, Nouvelle Vague, Motörhead, Rise Against, John Newman, Parov Stelar Band, Parkway Drive and Lilly Wood. Popular Hungarian performers, including Ákos, Quimby, Vad Fruttik, Tankcsapda, Punnany Massif, Brains, Halott Pénz, Wellhello, Kiscsillag and Supernem also enjoyed the festival’s electrified atmosphere, the official aftermovie clearly shows: