More Bands Added to London's Stone Free Festival Posted on Fri 20th May 2016

plus interviews with Alice Cooper & Rick Wakeman

Apocalyptica, The Virginmarys, Dorje, Vodun, The RPM's, Knifeworld, Cats In Space, Xander And The Peace Pirates, Colour of Noise, Vambo, and Bad Touch are the latest acts to be added to this year's Stone Free Festival.  Stone Free Festival  takes place from 18th - 19th June at at London's O2 Arena.

The Speak Easy Lounge will be hosting a string of spoken word performances, featuring the passionate and charismatic Jared Christmas as Master of Ceremonies. 

Performances include BAFTA nominated stand up comedian Nick Helm,  there will also be a Q&A session with David Quantick interviewing Alice Cooper plus ‘Roger Dean in conversation with Rick Wakeman’. 

The Darkness in an exclusive playback of their iconic debut album Permission to Land, with the band discussing the rollercoaster ride of that album and their career.

Also appearing are John Hastings, Michael Livesley, Pete Brown, Lord Sinclair and Carl Glover.

Stone Free Festival will feature two 12-hour days of classic rock music and deliver a host of live performances spread over multiple stages. The festival also includes classic rock films, a record fair, and after parties.

Artists previously announced include: Alice Cooper, Rick Wakeman, The Darkness, Marillion, Steve Hackett, Blackberry Smoke, Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here Symphonic Live, Therapy?, Michael Monroe, Haken, The Lounge Kittens, Jackaman, Messenger and Jared James Nichols

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Last modified on: Fri 20th May 2016

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