GBR, Knebworth - Sonisphere Festival

Location: United Kingdom, Knebworth (Knebworth Park)
Date: 08-10 July 2011


Biffy Clyro
Limp Bizkit

DAY 1 (08.07)

Apollo Stage

Diamond Head Bohemia Stage

Killing Joke
Hayseed Dixie
Blood Red Shoes
My Passion
The Black Dahlia Murder
Glamour Of The Kill
Lower Than Atlantis
Japanese Voyeurs

Bedroom Stage

Rolo Tomassi
Protest The Hero
Cerebral Ballzy
Young Legionnaire

Jägermeister Stäge

The Defiled
Black Breath
Slam Cartel
Hammer Of The Gods

[Exact date not yet announced]

Sean Hughes
Brendon Burns
Steve O
Howard Marks
Jim Breuer
Jason John Whitehead
Jason Rouse
Bob Slayer
Jarred Christmas
Tiffany Stevenson
Nick Helm
Jim Smallman
Andrew Maxwell
Andrew O'Neill

DAY 2 (09.07)

Apollo Stage

Biffy Clyro
You Me At Six
Bad Religion
Cavalera Conspiracy

Saturn Stage

The Mars Volta
All Time Low
Sum 41
Kids In Glass Houses
Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine Bohemia Stage

The Sisters Of Mercy
Paradise Lost
One Minute Silence
Pulled Apart By Horses
Cherri Bomb
While She Sleeps

Bedroom Stage

Rise To Remain
Tek One
You And What Army

Jägermeister Stäge

Black Spiders
Saint Jude
Rival Sons
The Crave
Six Hour Sundown
The Virginmarys
Panic Cell
The Treatment
No Americana
Sons Of Icarus

DAY 3 (10.07)

Apollo Stage

Limp Bizkit
Parkway Drive
Arch Enemy

Saturn Stage

Bill Bailey
In Flames
House Of Pain
Black Tide Bohemia Stage

Four Year Strong
The Answer
Cancer Bats

Bedroom Stage

Sonic Boom Six
Don Broco
Title Fight
Me vs Hero
Arcane Roots

Jägermeister Stäge

Orange Goblin
Exit Ten
Demonic Resurrection
Mojo Fury
The Safety Fire

Who was there?

musclassia 100%
Silent Jay 100%
Iron Nostarion (Jordan) 100%
cam (Germany) 100%
Nergal (Italy) 100%
Longships 100%
thunder_lord 100%
Rich 100%
aleksrocks 100%
grecianearn 100%
Demonhunter (Belgium) 100%
PoisonSystemX 100%
TheDominator (Belgium) 100%
Smerdiis 40%

All dates of this tour

Date City Audience
10.06.2011 POL, Warsaw 7
11.06.2011 CZE, Milovice 7
17.06.2011 GRE, Athens 15
19.06.2011 TUR, Istanbul 24
21.06.2011 BUL, Bankya 2
24.06.2011 SUI, Basel 2
Date City Audience
25.06.2011 ITA, Imola 4
02.07.2011 FIN, Helsinki 1
08.07.2011 FRA, Amneville 7
08.07.2011 GBR, Knebworth 15
09.07.2011 SWE, Stockholm 1
15.07.2011 ESP, Getafe 11



Comments: 15   Visited by: 147 users
23.01.2011 - 20:27
A few years back, I would've creamed my pants over the idea of seeing "The Big Four" live in one day and would've done ANYTHING to be there.

Now, I MIGHT go IF one-day tickets are released.
24.01.2011 - 01:07
Baz Anderson
Can't say I have ever been too interested in "the big four". I've seen all four individually and wouldn't pay to see any of them again.
24.01.2011 - 17:16
Written by Kingface on 23.01.2011 at 20:27

A few years back, I would've creamed my pants over the idea of seeing "The Big Four" live in one day and would've done ANYTHING to be there.

Now, I MIGHT go IF one-day tickets are released.

Why? You don't wanna see Biffy Clyro?!
All life begins with Nu and ends with Nu... This is the truth! This is my belief! ...At least for now.
- The Mystery of Life, Vol. 841 Ch. 26
15.02.2011 - 00:16
Baz Anderson
Sisters Of Mercy... interesting!
15.02.2011 - 19:29
Bleeding angel
You guys are really lucky to see the big four!You just don't know what those guys do whem they are all together!Don't be harsh and let me show you.I saw them last summer in Bulgarian version of Sonisphere
and damn,they rocked hard!!!I'm sure they won't let you down if they don't shut the electricity

Sisters of Mercy are the big mistery that holds the charm in.I just hope they will come along here too.
11.03.2011 - 13:43
The last announcement was very weak for anyone looking for a predominately metal experience.
14.03.2011 - 17:30
The below bands were all added today.

The Mars Volta, Opeth, Killing Joke, Four Year Strong, The Black Dahlia Murder, Black Tide, Watain, Firewind, Rise To Remain, Alestorm, The Treatment, Six Hour Sundown.
15.03.2011 - 00:27
Baz Anderson
I wouldn't mind going for a few of these bands, but I am just totally sick of massive festivals - wading through swarms of people.
15.03.2011 - 22:53
Valentin B
A very weird list of bands if you ask me.. some are great live (Anthrax, Motorhead, In Flames, Volbeat) while others are supreme MEH (i think we all know which ones we're talking about )
Sing me a song, you're a singer
Do me a wrong, you're a bringer of evil.
09.04.2011 - 16:14
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I have to chose between buying a Jackson Kv1 or coming here, I don't have enough cash for both. Which do I chose?? Or I could buy a cheaper guitar...
13.04.2011 - 11:39
Silent Jay
This line-up is fucking amazing and beats our other 'big' festival, Download, by miles. Nice good mix of stuff and another chance to see two bands I stupidly missed last year; Kylesa and Sylosis. Plus Bill Bayley for comical lol's, Limp Bizkit for school-time nostalgia trips, and Richard Cheese would be great to get stoned too for a chill out. Infact there are so many bands I either want to see for definite or at least would like to check out that im finding it hard to see where I'm going to have time to eat and rest haha.

and I'm highly expecting Slipknot to pull off a fantastic, emotional performance. Looking at it The Big 4 are no longer my reason for going (seen them all live before anyway) but they will compliment the weekend well, especially with Diamond Head present and the big rendition of Am I Evil?. Hell yeah!

Fuck Download
18.04.2011 - 10:09
Baz Anderson
I'd say Download looks better...
19.04.2011 - 16:10
Silent Jay
Apart from a few bands I really like (such as Down, GWAR, The Cult) and bands I'd like to see but don't mind missing (SoaD, Rob Zombie, Danzig) there's not much that interests me, mainly because most I don't care for at all or I've already caught them last year at Sonisphere or recently at other places and so would prefer seeing other bands I've either never seen or haven't caught in quite some time. This is why Sonisphere is my preference but I can see why people would want to go to Download instead.
05.06.2011 - 00:34
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I'll enjoy belligerently missing the Big Four, for a second time skipping Metallica in favour of Killing Joke.

Not the greatest line-up (for nearly £200 it's not) but going with a bunch of people and getting mashed will be fun and It's infinitely better than Download (aside from System of a Down... bastards): Killing Joke, Orange Goblin, Opeth, Gojira, Kylesa, Bad Religion, Protest The Hero, Bill Bailey, Watain, Sylosis, Cerebral Ballzy, Rolo Tomassi, The Mars Volta, possibly Tesseract, Black Breath, Periphery and Sonic Boom Six (even though I saw them a month ago), maybe Paradise Lost and Mastodon (to see if they can manage to be even more boring this time round) and also maybe Arch Enemy and In Flames for old time's sake and Slipknot for the theatrics.
05.07.2011 - 23:08
Iron Nostarion
Maiden Whore
Tickets here already. First concert / festival / whatever.

I'll be at the Apollo Stage all the duration of the first day; gonna catch The Big 4 and Diamond Head. They're great, also the only two other bands that interest me are Killing Joke and Protest The Hero, which will be fine to miss in favor of Big 4 / D. Head.

Second day, mm, I'll be at Bohemia most of the day; maybe catch TesseracT at Bedroom Jam first, though. Mostly interested by Periphery, Gojira, Paradise Lost. Third day, I think I will walk a lot between stages. All three of them have got decent shit on. Arch Enemy and Motorhead (Mastodon meh) are great shows, Opeth / In Flames are great and Bill Bailey seems fun and at Bohemia - Alestorm mostly - however, if this should contradict any of the dates of the other stages mentioned, I'll ditch it. Third day is still my most not planned.
To their tombs the people are immured,
There is their gold, treasure and wealth,
The only condition is to ignore them,
Those who feed on corruption and weave death

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