Høstsabbat is a newborn initiative, brought to life in 2013 by people involved in the underground scene in Norway.
It’s a DIY-festival, in collaboration with the student-organisation at Betong in Oslo, Norway, focusing on presenting the best underground bands Norway has to offer. This year the formula is pushed a step further, and includes aspiring talent from our brothers in the east as well as an international day on Sunday September 14th.
Over three days you can experience slow and crushing doom, heavy bluesrock, stoner, proto-heavy metal, psychedelic spacerock and prog. The concerts will be held on two different stages, located in the same venue. In addition to this, you’ll find stands, food, beverages and diverse stimulation for your ears and mind. Top Notch DJ’s, including Walter Roadburn himself will accompany your nights with the right soundtrack..
Høstsabbat takes place on Friday 12th through Sunday 14th of September 2014.
Cheap accommodation is located nearby the venue, and the damage for a three-day ticket is about 65 euros and there’s a Facebook Event set up at www.facebook.com/events/270304633094049/.
Kongh (SE) – Valhall (N) – SUMA (SE) – Beglomeg (N) – Hombre Malo (N) – Seid (N) – Warp Riders (N)
Årabrot (N) – Saturnalia Temple (SE) – Monolord (SE) – Magister Templi (N) – Vidunder (SE) – Arabs in Aspic (N) – Heroinne (N) – Elmi (N)
Sunday (International Day):
YOB (US) – Pallbearer (US) – Ocean Chief (SE) – Gravmaskin (SE)