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    Posted: November 13 2018 at 20:03
Winters End - Chepstow UK - April 4th to 7th
Friday - RPWL, Midnight Sun, Aaron Brooks
Saturday - Threshold, Abel Ganz, Cyril, Weend o, Exploring Birdsong
Sunday - Kayak, Zio, Godsticks, Crystal Palace, L'Anima

Artrock - Reichenbach Germany - April 12th to 14th
Friday - ​Claudio Simonetti`s Goblin, Red Sand, Silhouette, Mirror
Saturday - IQ, Mystery, Credo, Franck Carducci, Seven Steps To The Green Door, Polis
Sunday - Arena, RPWL, Sylvan, Karat, Cyril, AnTon, Melli Mau & Martin Schnella

Rosfest - Sarasota Florida - May 3rd to 5th
Friday - Cryptic Vision, Von Hertzen Brothers
Saturday - Entransient, Mile Marker Zero, Karmamoi, Phideaux, Martin Barre
Sunday - Edge Of Reality, Transverser, Flor De Loto, Riverside

Les Intemporelles - Slow Music Festival - Soignies Belgium - May 4th

Terra Incognito - Quebec - May 17th to 19th
Friday - Oak, Bjorn Riis
Saturday - Basta!, IZZ, Airbag
Sunday - Innerspace, Phideaux, Finisterre

Seaprog - Seattle - June 7th to 9th

The Night Of The Prog - Loreley Germany - July 19th to 21st
Friday - IQ
Saturday - Karcius, t
Sunday - 

Ramblin Man - Maidstone UK - July 19th to 21st

Zappanale #30 - Bad Doberan Germany - July 19th to 21st

A New Day - Faversham UK - August 2nd to 4th
Friday - Fish, Focus, Climax Blues Band, Soft Machine, Jackie Lynton Band, Kangaroo Moon, Solstice, Thunderstick, Zal Cleminsons Sin Dogs
Saturday - Glenn Hughes, Hawklords, Band Of Friends, Kingdom Of Madness, The Fierce & The Dead, Kylver, Lapis Lazuli, Kanda Bongo Man
Sunday - Sweet, Mungo Jerry, Uli John Roth, Martin Turner, Bad Touch, Jawbone, Stonewire, Leatherat, The True Deceivers, The Regulars 

ProgPower - Atlanta - September 4th to 7th
Wednesday - Pretty Maids (Denmark), Insomnium (Finland), Secret Sphere (Italy), Iron Mask (Multi-national)
Thursday - Evergrey (Sweden), Galneryus (Japan), MaYaN (Multi-national), Tomorrow’s Eve (German)
Friday - Seventh Wonder (Sweden), ORDEN OGAN (Germany), Psychotic Waltz (USA), Barren Earth (Finland), Subsignal (Germany), Wind Rose (Italy)
Saturday - Demons & Wizards (Multi-national), Threshold (UK), Poets of the Fall (Finland), Caligula’s Horse (Australia), Jag Panzer (USA), Sorcerer (Sweden)

Progstock - Rahway NJ - October 11th to 13th
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please note that the Prog-Resiste Convention will return for 2019 on April 6 at Spirit of 66 In Verviers
 
no line-up yet


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TerLJack Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 15 2018 at 10:41
Sad again, because once again no festival for us here on the west coast of America.

BajaProg?
CalProg?
ProgFest?

Where are you?

What about Vegas?  Got to be a lot of venues to be had cheaply there, and rooms are inexpensive too!

Who can make this happen?
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Originally posted by TerLJack TerLJack wrote:

Sad again, because once again no festival for us here on the west coast of America.

BajaProg?
CalProg?
ProgFest?

Where are you?

What about Vegas?  Got to be a lot of venues to be had cheaply there, and rooms are inexpensive too!

Who can make this happen?
I need this.


You're right, Doesn't seem to be much in the West anymore; it was sad to see Baja Prog go away.

But, there is Psycho Las Vegas in August; not a prog festival, but will almost surely have some prog acts.  At least they did in 2017, when I attended to see Magma (which was the single-most amazing performance I've EVER seen by ANY prog band-- they TOTALLY blew me away!)  Also saw Swans and Mastodon.
I'm not really a die-hard metal fan, but I loved going and seeing the other acts too (on three stages)  The energy in the air, and the sea of goth/black was an experience.

Unfortunately, I don't think they have the lineup(s) listed yet, but here's some info..

https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwmusic/article/Music-Fest-PSYCHO-LAS-VEGAS-2019-Comes-to-Mandalay-Bay-20181114




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Thanks!  I'll definitely be looking into this.  Even if only a couple of bands I like, I'm sure I can find something else to do.  It's Vegas.
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Of course.  May even be another band touring. Many good bands book shows in Vegas.  When I went to PLV, I stuck around til the following weekend to see Yes/Carl Palmer/Tod Rundgren (at the same venue, which was the Hard Rock Cafe/Casino that year).
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote micky Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2018 at 06:35
Originally posted by TerLJack TerLJack wrote:

Sad again, because once again no festival for us here on the west coast of America.

BajaProg?
CalProg?
ProgFest?

Where are you?

What about Vegas?  Got to be a lot of venues to be had cheaply there, and rooms are inexpensive too!

Who can make this happen?
I need this.

you do forget Seaprog and what our dear friend Dennis and his crew is trying to do up there... but point is taken
 

lack of audiences does often equal lack of money for paying bands.. which even in Trump world in which seemingly no rules apply anymore... which equals no bands.. thus no festivals.  
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Midsummer prog, Progdreams, Prog Resiste, Progtoberfest & RIO added

Winters End - Chepstow UK - April 4th to 7th
Friday - RPWL, Midnight Sun, Aaron Brooks
Saturday - Threshold, Abel Ganz, Cyril, Weend o, Exploring Birdsong
Sunday - Kayak, Zio, Godsticks, Crystal Palace, L'Anima

Prog-Resiste Convention - Spirit of 66 In Verviers - April 6th

Artrock - Reichenbach Germany - April 12th to 14th
Friday - ​Claudio Simonetti`s Goblin, Red Sand, Silhouette, Mirror
Saturday - IQ, Mystery, Credo, Franck Carducci, Seven Steps To The Green Door, Polis
Sunday - Arena, RPWL, Sylvan, Karat, Cyril, AnTon, Melli Mau & Martin Schnella

Rosfest - Sarasota Florida - May 3rd to 5th
Friday - Cryptic Vision, Von Hertzen Brothers
Saturday - Entransient, Mile Marker Zero, Karmamoi, Phideaux, Martin Barre
Sunday - Edge Of Reality, Transverser, Flor De Loto, Riverside

Les Intemporelles - Slow Music Festival - Soignies Belgium - May 4th

Rock In Opposition - Lyon & Bourgoin-Jallieu - May 9th to 11th
Thursday - John Greaves & Annie Barbazza, Mange Ferraille, PoiL
Friday - a.P.A.t.T., Schnellertollermeier, Koenji Hyakkei
Saturday - PinioL, The Watts, Geoff Leigh, Present, North Sea Radio Orchestra, John Greaves & Annie Barbazza play Rock Bottom


Terra Incognito - Quebec - May 17th to 19th
Friday - Oak, Bjorn Riis
Saturday - Basta!, IZZ, Airbag
Sunday - Innerspace, Phideaux, Finisterre

Seaprog - Seattle - June 7th to 9th

Midsummer prog - Valkenburg - June 22
IQ, Focus, Pure Reason revolution, Jolly. More names to follow.

The Night Of The Prog - Loreley Germany - July 19th to 21st
Friday - IQ
Saturday - Karcius, t
Sunday - 

Ramblin Man - Maidstone UK - July 19th to 21st

Zappanale #30 - Bad Doberan Germany - July 19th to 21st

A New Day - Faversham UK - August 2nd to 4th
Friday - Fish, Focus, Climax Blues Band, Soft Machine, Jackie Lynton Band, Kangaroo Moon, Solstice, Thunderstick, Zal Cleminsons Sin Dogs
Saturday - Glenn Hughes, Hawklords, Band Of Friends, Kingdom Of Madness, The Fierce & The Dead, Kylver, Lapis Lazuli, Kanda Bongo Man
Sunday - Sweet, Mungo Jerry, Uli John Roth, Martin Turner, Bad Touch, Jawbone, Stonewire, Leatherat, The True Deceivers, The Regulars 

ProgPower - Atlanta - September 4th to 7th
Wednesday - Pretty Maids (Denmark), Insomnium (Finland), Secret Sphere (Italy), Iron Mask (Multi-national)
Thursday - Evergrey (Sweden), Galneryus (Japan), MaYaN (Multi-national), Tomorrow’s Eve (German)
Friday - Seventh Wonder (Sweden), ORDEN OGAN (Germany), Psychotic Waltz (USA), Barren Earth (Finland), Subsignal (Germany), Wind Rose (Italy)
Saturday - Demons & Wizards (Multi-national), Threshold (UK), Poets of the Fall (Finland), Caligula’s Horse (Australia), Jag Panzer (USA), Sorcerer (Sweden)

Progdreams - Zoetermeer 20, 21 and 22 September
20th: Sky Architect, The paradox twin, Von Herzen Brothers
21th: The Dame, Knight Area, Finch, IO Earth, Gazpacho 
22th: Franck Carducci, Moonparticle, John Hackett Band, The Watch

Progstock - Rahway NJ - October 11th to 13th
IO Earth, Discipline, Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius, The Cyberium

Progtoberfest V - Chicago, IL - October 12 & 13
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Gouveia Art Rock (Gouveia, Portugal) will return next year between May 3rd to 5th. No line-up confirmed yet.

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Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Gouveia Art Rock (Gouveia, Portugal) will return next year between May 3rd to 5th. No line-up confirmed yet.

Thanks! I been waiting to hear about that one.
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Wow, just looked at the past Seaprog's lineups and they are more avant leaning than Progday's. :P 

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Originally posted by AFlowerKingCrimson AFlowerKingCrimson wrote:

Wow, just looked at the past Seaprog's lineups and they are more avant leaning than Progday's. :P 

Hotbed of avant in the north west, would love to get there sometime.
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Originally posted by AFlowerKingCrimson AFlowerKingCrimson wrote:

Wow, just looked at the past Seaprog's lineups and they are more avant leaning than Progday's. :P 

I'd suspect that is because of Dennis.   And Progday has never been about being any one thing..  at least till last year it was a diverse crosssection of the progressive scene.  Hoping last year which was good yet disappointing in its lack of diversity was just an aberation and not the sign of things to come.
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Originally posted by micky micky wrote:

Originally posted by AFlowerKingCrimson AFlowerKingCrimson wrote:

Wow, just looked at the past Seaprog's lineups and they are more avant leaning than Progday's. :P 

I'd suspect that is because of Dennis.   And Progday has never been about being any one thing..  at least till last year it was a diverse crosssection of the progressive scene.  Hoping last year which was good yet disappointing in its lack of diversity was just an aberation and not the sign of things to come.

They try to some degree but let's be honest they haven't had many symph or neo bands in a long time and they tend to concentrate on the less accessible end of prog. I'm not saying they aren't eclectic but the Rosfest type of bands are typically low on their list of priorities. But it's cool. The organizers aren't really fans of that kind of music(at least not since Steve S. ran the show) and that is fine. They can do what they want. Rosfest is now in Florida so even less reason to try to appeal to the symph crowd. Anyway, this is more of an observation than a criticism. 


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Just looked at the website and I admit I was maybe a bit out of line there or at least unintentionally exaggerating out of not being up to speed on things. They do get symph stuff and I see they had Par Lindh and Edensong recently. I guess I was referring more to the typical neo stuff which is understandable since most prog fans like to make fun of it. IMO, Progday is mostly a festival for prog purists and I can see that not going over too well there. Anyway, despite my previous involvement(a long time ago now) I have been out of the loop and don't follow it that closely and don't even know much about most of these bands so I'm probably talking out of my butt except for the part about them typically not booking neo bands. LOL. 

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Yes, it's back (one day event)

06/04  Convention ProgResiste :

             GUNGFLY / OVERHEAD / Frank CARDUCCI

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Originally posted by AFlowerKingCrimson AFlowerKingCrimson wrote:

IMO, Progday is mostly a festival for prog purists and I can see that not going over too well there.

bullsh*t... Progday is not.. never has been Nearfest or anything akin to its cliquery or prog snobbery which of course is what killed the f**king thing....

imagine this band closing Nearfest.. it would have been a riot.. when they did close Progday.. it was a f**king party.



Progday is a festival of music lovers.. and more than that.. really just a big party and chance to party and see friends you usually only see once a year. The music?  much less it's 'prog' quotient..  not all that important.  It is more of a progressive music festival more than anything much less being anthing remotely approaching 'prog purists.
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A lot of the bands that have graced the ProgDay stage since we started attending (2010) are anything but "traditional" prog - therefore I wouldn't say that the festival is geared to "prog purists" (though our interpretation of this term may differ). Personally, I find Neo bands extremely boring, but not because I am a purist. I'd rather listen to good pop than bad prog, which means I am not the kind of person who shuns songs that are shorter than 15 minutes and have no mellotrons.
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therein is the rub.. progday is not really about 'prog' what it is is about progressive and since most Neo bands are as progressive as Donald f**king Trump or my left toe and sound like recycled crap... no wonder they really don't have much live support outside of specific festivals geared to those who WANT to someone piss in their beer and spoil the party by playing music that puts people to f**king sleep! hah. 

And it isn't just Neo..  Progday really doesn't touch retro prog that much either.. again. the aburdity of the previous statement. It really is more for fans of progressive music.. how many bands there don't even consider themselves prog...  they just make music.. THEIR music.. and could a give sh*t what some eggheads on a internet site call it.

that is the spirit of what prog used to be before it became a parody of itself...  prog.. but completely un-progressive

and oh yeah..  god you are so hot...


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ProgDay added, bands added to Night Of Prog & Prog Resiste

Winters End - Chepstow UK - April 4th to 7th
Friday - RPWL, Midnight Sun, Aaron Brooks
Saturday - Threshold, Abel Ganz, Cyril, Weend o, Exploring Birdsong
Sunday - Kayak, Zio, Godsticks, Crystal Palace, L'Anima

Prog-Resiste Convention - Spirit of 66 In Verviers - April 6th
GUNGFLY / OVERHEAD / Frank CARDUCCI

Artrock - Reichenbach Germany - April 12th to 14th
Friday - ​Claudio Simonetti`s Goblin, Red Sand, Silhouette, Mirror
Saturday - IQ, Mystery, Credo, Franck Carducci, Seven Steps To The Green Door, Polis
Sunday - Arena, RPWL, Sylvan, Karat, Cyril, AnTon, Melli Mau & Martin Schnella

Rosfest - Sarasota Florida - May 3rd to 5th
Friday - Cryptic Vision, Von Hertzen Brothers
Saturday - Entransient, Mile Marker Zero, Karmamoi, Phideaux, Martin Barre
Sunday - Edge Of Reality, Transverser, Flor De Loto, Riverside

Les Intemporelles - Slow Music Festival - Soignies Belgium - May 4th

Rock In Opposition - Lyon & Bourgoin-Jallieu - May 9th to 11th
Thursday - John Greaves & Annie Barbazza, Mange Ferraille, PoiL
Friday - a.P.A.t.T., Schnellertollermeier, Koenji Hyakkei
Saturday - PinioL, The Watts, Geoff Leigh, Present, North Sea Radio Orchestra, John Greaves & Annie Barbazza play Rock Bottom


Terra Incognito - Quebec - May 17th to 19th
Friday - Oak, Bjorn Riis
Saturday - Basta!, IZZ, Airbag
Sunday - Innerspace, Phideaux, Finisterre

Seaprog - Seattle - June 7th to 9th

Midsummer prog - Valkenburg - June 22
IQ, Focus, Pure Reason revolution, Jolly. More names to follow.

The Night Of The Prog - Loreley Germany - July 19th to 21st
Friday - IQ, Dilemma
Saturday - Karcius, t, Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets
Sunday - RanestRane, Oak, Steve Hillage Band

Ramblin Man - Maidstone UK - July 19th to 21st

Zappanale #30 - Bad Doberan Germany - July 19th to 21st

A New Day - Faversham UK - August 2nd to 4th
Friday - Fish, Focus, Climax Blues Band, Soft Machine, Jackie Lynton Band, Kangaroo Moon, Solstice, Thunderstick, Zal Cleminsons Sin Dogs
Saturday - Glenn Hughes, Hawklords, Band Of Friends, Kingdom Of Madness, The Fierce & The Dead, Kylver, Lapis Lazuli, Kanda Bongo Man
Sunday - Sweet, Mungo Jerry, Uli John Roth, Martin Turner, Bad Touch, Jawbone, Stonewire, Leatherat, The True Deceivers, The Regulars 

ProgDay - Durham NC - August 31st & September 1st

ProgPower - Atlanta - September 4th to 7th
Wednesday - Pretty Maids (Denmark), Insomnium (Finland), Secret Sphere (Italy), Iron Mask (Multi-national)
Thursday - Evergrey (Sweden), Galneryus (Japan), MaYaN (Multi-national), Tomorrow’s Eve (German)
Friday - Seventh Wonder (Sweden), ORDEN OGAN (Germany), Psychotic Waltz (USA), Barren Earth (Finland), Subsignal (Germany), Wind Rose (Italy)
Saturday - Demons & Wizards (Multi-national), Threshold (UK), Poets of the Fall (Finland), Caligula’s Horse (Australia), Jag Panzer (USA), Sorcerer (Sweden)

Progdreams - Zoetermeer 20, 21 and 22 September
20th: Sky Architect, The paradox twin, Von Herzen Brothers
21th: The Dame, Knight Area, Finch, IO Earth, Gazpacho 
22th: Franck Carducci, Moonparticle, John Hackett Band, The Watch

Progstock - Rahway NJ - October 11th to 13th
IO Earth, Discipline, Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius, The Cyberium

Progtoberfest V - Chicago, IL - October 12 & 13
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