D-A-D Live from Grapehouse Studios
Tickets on sale from October 10, 9:00.
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The Danish rockers will for the first time ever play "No Fuel Left For the Pilgrims" in its entirety!
It will only happen once, and it will be on the region's wildest metal festival. On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of D-A-D's breakthrough album, "No Fuel Left For the Pilgrims" from 1989, the band performs the entire album at this year's COPENHELL. D-A-D bring their spectacular stage show that in every way is suited to an event of COPENHELL's size and the festival's dedicated audience.
It is by no means coincidental that it is at COPENHELL that D-A-D implements this quite extraordinary fan-treat. "No Fuel Left For the Pilgrims" is a mixture of punk, rock and metal, and with classics such as "Jihad", "True Believer", "Ill Will" and of course "Sleeping My Day Away" a great and rare experience awaits the audience.
D-A-D will play their very exclusive concert Friday night at the COPENHELL to the Festival's 5 year anniversary. Tickets at Billetnet.
The band will also play the planned concert in Odense.
D-A-D are confirmed as special guest on six of Swedish heavy metal band Sabaton's gigs on their Sweden Tour 2014:
07.08.2014 Borgholm Borgholms slottsruin
08.08.2014 Ronneby Brunnsparken
09.08.2014 Trelleborg Östervångsstadion
21.08.2014 Uppsala Vaksala torg
22.08.2014 Norrköping Folkets park / Borgen
23.08.2014 Karlstad Mariebergsparken
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On March 8, the 30-year-old music phenomenon known as D.A.D played their 30th concert on the anniversary tour. Six weeks of intense touring, 30 gigs in front of an audience of 16 580, came to an end. Seventeen days of rest and then it's time for the European leg of the tour, starting with Oslo on the 25th. Den Grå Hal in Christiania was the last stop in Denmark. We have a photo gallery from that memorable magic moment!
For the first time since Bryan Adams played there 22 years ago, D-A-D and Carpark North on June 27th will go on stage at Vejlby Stadium in Aarhus.