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Night of the Prog Festival 13 (July 13-15. 2018)

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Topic: Night of the Prog Festival 13 (July 13-15. 2018)
Posted By: rocko
Subject: Night of the Prog Festival 13 (July 13-15. 2018)
Date Posted: July 31 2017 at 06:44
The next edition of "Europe's biggest Progressive Rock festival" takes place again at the Loreley Freilichtbuehne in Germany at the river Rhine at the weekend from Friday 13th July to Sunday, 15th July (yes, this unfortunately collides with the final of the World Soccer Championships, but at least the Dutch audience won't have a problem with that Wink )

Confirmed bands so far (running order is not yet confirmed)

Big Big Train (Friday 13th, 2018)
Riverside (Friday 13th, 2018)
Antimatter (Friday 13th, 2018)
Threshold (Friday 13th, 2018)
Retrospective (Friday 13th, 2018)

Mystery (Saturday, 14th, 2018)
Camel (Saturday, 14th, 2018)
The Sea Within (Saturday, 14th, 2018)
Rikard Sjöblom's GUNGFLY (Saturday, 14th, 2018)

Anubis (Sunday, 15th, 2018)
Gentle Knife
(Sunday, 15th, 2018)
Steve Hogarth & Isildurs Bane (with special guest Richard Barbieri) (Sunday, 15th, 2018)
Tiger Moth Tales (Sunday, 15th, 2018)
Ange (Sunday, 15th, 2018)






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Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: August 01 2017 at 06:17
Here we go with the first confirmation for next year's festival:

Big Big Train

"3 times Prog Magazine's Progressive Music Award Winner in different categories BIG BIG TRAIN will hit european mainland for the very first time to perform EXCLUSIVELY in 2018 at the Night of the Prog Festival on Friday 13th 2018. Once again: This is the only european mainland appearance in 2018 - don't miss it!"


Posted By: Walkscore
Date Posted: August 02 2017 at 23:20
Thanks for posting this. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the line-up. Does this festival sell-out (ie when would be the best time to purchase tickets)?


Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: August 03 2017 at 04:12
no, it doesn't sell out, as the venue has room for around 15.000-16.000 people (not sure about the correct number, as the complete area around is reconstructed at the moment).

So you can even order your ticket online one week before the festival starts (depending where you live and how long the mail needs) or you can even buy tickets at the counter at the festival.


Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: September 08 2017 at 06:27
the second announcement is out and it's the first time they play on the festival and it is their only appearance in Germany next year. From Canada:

Mystery


Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: October 19 2017 at 08:01
next update and that's a good one:

Riverside

"We are very proud to announce polish prog rock veterans RIVERSIDE
After a difficult year with the passing of founding member Piotr Grudziński, Riverside made a triumphant return on stage this year.
A new album is scheduled for next year and Riverside will play the Loreley on Friday, 13th July 2018.
Line-Up:
Mariusz Duda - Vocals/bass
Michal Lapaj - Keyboards
Piotr Kozieradzki - Drums
Maciej Meller - Guitars"


Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: November 06 2017 at 05:53
next band is announced:

GENTLE KNIFE

The progressive rock band from Norway will perform on 15th of July 2018. Their sound dives deep into 70’s prog rock, resurfacing with a modern take on the genre. After “Gentle Knife” (2015) and “Clock Unwound” (2017), the band is currently working on their 3rd album. NOTP is looking forward to hearing tracks of all three albums during the festival.



Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: November 16 2017 at 02:47
two more updates to the lineup:

From Down Under to the River Rhine ... ANUBIS

We are pleased to announce for the first time on the rock: ANUBIS. The progressive rock band from Sydney, Australia, will hit the Loreley Stage on 15th of July 2018.
The band has released four studio albums so far: '230503' (2009), the critically acclaimed 'A Tower of Silence' (2011), 'Hitchhiking to Byzantium' (2014) and the fourth album, "The Second Hand", has been released earlier in 2017.


CAMEL confirmed for Saturday, 14th July 2018

After their outstanding performance during our 10th anniversary festival in 2015, CAMEL will perform their masterpiece “Moonmadness” in its entirety on 14th July 2018 at the Night of the Prog Festival at the Loreley Amphitheater.




Posted By: Rivertree
Date Posted: November 16 2017 at 12:00
great line up so far Shocked
trying to organize my coming now ...



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Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: December 07 2017 at 04:09
next update for Sunday

STEVE HOGARTH & ISILDURS BANE (with special guest RICHARD BARBIERI) confirmed for Sunday, 15th July 2018

Swedish Prog veterans ISILDURS BANE will perform their highly acclaimed last album “Colours Not Found In Nature” and other tracks together with Marillion vocalist STEVE HOGARTH and special guest keyboarder RICHARD BARBIERI (Japan, Porcupine Tree) exclusively on 15th July 2018 at the Night of the Prog Festival at the Loreley Amphitheater.



Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: December 11 2017 at 03:10
next announcement ...

THE SEA WITHIN
confirmed for Saturday, 14th July 2018

https://www.facebook.com/TheSeaWithin1/?fref=mentions" rel="nofollow - The Sea Within – a new art-rock supergroup formed by Roine Stolt (Transatlantic, The Flower Kings), Daniel Gildenlöw (Pain of Salvation), Jonas Reingold (The Flower Kings, Karmakanic, The Tangent), Tom Brislin (Renaissance, Spiraling, Yes Symphonic, Deborah Harry) & Marco Minnemann (The Aristocrats, Steven Wilson, UK, Joe Satriani) will join us on the rock on July 14 to present their very first album - We are already thrilled to listen to the result of this unique collaboration!

Roine Stolt comments on how the project came together: “I think all it started as a suggestion from the record company - putting together a new band, starting fresh, seeing if collective writing could spawn a unique style. Call it a supergroup if you want - I think we can handle that.”



Posted By: richardh
Date Posted: December 12 2017 at 16:17
Nice line up. Trouble is I'm not a fan of 'roughing it' so can't see me going although I have been to Germany a couple of times with a friend who lived there for 25 years and loves his classic rock and prog!
BTW ''The World Soccer Championships'' WTF??  It's called The World Cup!! Big smile


Posted By: Rednight
Date Posted: December 14 2017 at 10:06
It's nice to see that Andy Latimer is healthy enough to tour again (if he is touring).

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Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: December 15 2017 at 08:29
Originally posted by richardh richardh wrote:

Nice line up. Trouble is I'm not a fan of 'roughing it' so can't see me going although I have been to Germany a couple of times with a friend who lived there for 25 years and loves his classic rock and prog!
BTW ''The World Soccer Championships'' WTF??  It's called The World Cup!! Big smile


guess the real official slang is Fifa World Cup, but hey, there are people out there who don't know that football is actually soccer ... :)

Nevertheless, there is a new announcement ...

TIGER MOTH TALES confirmed for Sunday, 15th July 2018

TIGER MOTH TALES – an English Progressive Rock solo project from multi-instrumentalist Pete Jones. Pete lost his sight at an early age but quickly latched onto music as a huge part of his life. Being a huge fan of Genesis and Steve Hackett it is easy to see that Pete wears his influences on his sleeve and his debut album, "Cocoon" turned into a real gem, with hints of Big Big Train and FROST*. TIGER MOTH TALES’ performance will be a unique experience for all fans of prog music.

Having Pete Jones on stage with Camel on Saturday 14th already, we decided to show his and his band mates’ talent on 15th of July 2018 as well.

The Tiger Moth Tales live shows have been amazingly well received and Pete has got some amazing musicians to back him up in the form of the band 'Red Bazar'.
Tiger Moth Tales are delighted and excited to come to Germany to perform you all







Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 06:19
Happy New Year to each and everyone :) ... and it started with three more announcements

ANTIMATTER confirmed for Friday, 13th July 2018

For the first time on the rock - please welcome: ANTIMATTER

Liverpool’s band ANTIMATTER, fronted by long-term singer/songwriter Mick Moss has continued to forge forward on the live scene with an ever-evolving live band and performances gathered exclusively from Moss’ rich 20-year songwriting history.

Their latest release, the double DVD/CD "Live Between The Earth & Clouds" was described by Prog Magazine UK as ''essential viewing, capturing them at their very best''. With a new album "Black Market Enlightenment" in the making, the project shows no signs of slowing down.

NIGHT OF THE PROG is proud to welcome ANTIMATTER on stage on the Loreley on Friday, 13th July 2018.

THRESHOLD confirmed for Friday, 13th July 2018

THRESHOLD were formed in the leafy suburbs of Surrey, England in 1988. The band has released numerous studio and live albums. They are currently signed to Nuclear Blast Records.

THRESHOLD released their album "For The Journey" in 2014. It includes the 12 minute epic "The Box" and opening single "Watchtower On The Moon", which was featured on the Roadkill video game. The album charted in several countries, peaking at no. 19 in Switzerland and no. 33 in Germany and Finland.
In 2017, their latest output was released: "Legend Of The Shires", a double album which was well received by both, press and fans. Glynn Morgan, the band's former vocalist from 1994 to 1996, replaced Damian Wilson on that album. "Legend Of The Shires" peaked at no. 14 in Switzerland and no. 13 in Germany - their biggest success so far.

NIGHT OF THE PROG is proud to welcome THRESHOLD on stage on the Loreley on Friday, 13th July 2018.

RETROSPECTIVE confirmed for Friday, 13th July 2018

For the first time on the rock: RETROSPECTIVE
The Polish band was founded approx. 10 years ago. They are not restricted to a particular music style, but often search for different kinds of rock, ranging from "art" to "hard". Their most recent album is called "Re:Search" and was released by Progressive Promotion Records early last year and contains two singles releases, "The End Of Their
World" and "Right Way" - see video link below.

Earlier studio albums include "Lost In Perception" (2012) and "Stolen Thoughts" (2008), which were well received by both, fans and music magazines.
The band has toured with acts like FISH, RIVERSIDE, RPWL, SUBSIGNAL and LAZULI - all of them familiar names on the Loreley.

NIGHT OF THE PROG is proud to welcome RETROSPECTIVE on stage on the Loreley on Friday, 13th July 2018.






Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: January 16 2018 at 06:13
another day, another announcement ...

ANGE confirmed for Sunday, 15th July 2018

For the first time on the rock an for the first time in Germany! Please welcome, from France: ANGE

The legendary French Prog band ANGE will perform their first ever gig in Germany on the Loreley.
ANGE were formed in 1970 by the Décamps brothers Francis and Christian and were mainly influenced by two major Prog bands: King Crimson and Genesis.
Although they undertook their Farewell Tour in 1995, the band eventually returned in 1999, this time with Christian and Tristan Décamps (Christian's son). ANGE continued to release several studio and live-albums to this day.

ANGE are currently working on their new album, "Heureux", to be released this year.

NIGHT OF THE PROG is proud to welcome ANGE on stage on the Loreley for the very first time on Sunday, 15th July 2018.



Posted By: arschiparschi
Date Posted: January 19 2018 at 13:27
Lovely lineup so far, thanks for posting. :-) Will do my best to be there at least for the first two days. Smile


Posted By: Formentera Lady
Date Posted: January 19 2018 at 15:01
Great line-up! Thumbs Up  Got the tickets already. Big smile


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Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: January 30 2018 at 04:09
and here's the next one:

Rikard Sjöblom's GUNGFLY confirmed for Saturday, 14th July 2018

Please welcome on the rock, from Sweden: Rikard Sjöblom's GUNGFLY

GUNGFLY is the musical solo outlet of Rikard Sjöblom, the multi-instrumentalist madman behind the microphone of the now-legendary BEARDFISH.

Expect incredible vocal range, intensely personal lyrics, Sjöblom’s signature sense of complex-yet-catchy keyboard melodies, and a guitar work that spans the spectrum of folksy to downright face melting.

In addition to his solo work, Sjöblom is the most recent addition to English progressive titans BIG BIG TRAIN, who perform at the Loreley on Friday, 13th July.

The most recent album came out in 2017, "On Her Journey To The Sun" (InsideOut Records).

Rikard says: "I basically started recording songs, mainly pop-oriented material, but being the type of songwriter and musician I am, some prog slipped through the radar as well. With the break-up of BEARDFISH all of the prog-related material I write needed to go somewhere and GUNGFLY was ready and able for this step!”

NIGHT OF THE PROG is proud to welcome Rikard Sjöblom's GUNGFLY on stage on the Loreley on Saturday, 14th July 2018.



Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: January 30 2018 at 04:30
Ahh nuts. I would've loved to go see Ange live, but I gather tickets either are for the full festival or individual days?

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Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: January 30 2018 at 05:32
yes, either for the three days or for a single day.

In some of the past years you could also buy a ticket for the headliner only (who starts playing around 8 pm mostly), but i doubt that Ange is the headliner for Sunday. Guess we will have to wait until the running order is available to know more about it.

R.


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: January 30 2018 at 06:15
Thanks for the info Rocko.
But surely Ange has got to be the headliner for Sunday? Or are there names that haven't been revealed yet?

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Posted By: Quinino
Date Posted: January 30 2018 at 06:56
Hi Rocko, and thanks for the info
BTW - Is it OK to bring the camper ? Are there suitable parking places in the area ?
(never been in Germany but planning to this summer...)


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Posted By: rocko
Date Posted: January 30 2018 at 08:45
@Quinino: sure, you can bring your camper.

I'm just quoting from their offical info:
Festival Camping

The Festival camping is located close the festival grounds. There is space for tents as well as campervans (No power and water outlets). Clean toilets and showers are available, a sh*t & shower flatrate can be purchased on site for 11€. Caravans/mobile homes are welcome, just by a normal Festival Camping Ticket.

AAA Camping

The AAA Camping Tickets allows you to stay on the offical Loreley campground which includes the use of the permanently installed showers and bathrooms. For caravans a limited amount of power outlets is available (First come, first served, max. 2 KW.). Caravans/mobile homes are welcome. You need one ticket per person.


@Guldbamsen: i really don't know, but according to the last official pic i've seen i just guess by the different sizes of the font that the Hogarth/IsildursBane/Barbieri combo is the headliner.




Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: January 30 2018 at 08:59
Ahh that makes sense (even if it doesn't ) Thanks for the clarification anyway

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Posted By: moshkito
Date Posted: January 31 2018 at 08:21
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Ahh nuts. I would've loved to go see Ange live, but I gather tickets either are for the full festival or individual days?

I wish I could be there, and would love to help put together/design the light show for ANGE and their material ... and maybe add some theater to it, since their early material was all "theatrical", at least on a Brechtian way, which I think would go fine today, if done well, and defined strongly.

I just don't know that any band these days, would want to spend time rehearsing these things ... rock music has gotten too lazy for that sort of thing to improve their presentation.

I would like, at the very least, to improve on some really bad videos on the tube that ANGE has that do not show their material and work on stage as being that good, compared to their albums. In the albums, at least in the first 6 or 7 or 8 of them, it is all FULL THROTTLE theater. 

Can that be translated to stage? 

YES!

But you need a director to help you, since the band is not capable of seeing things from the outside, which is the part that rock music is usually missing ... it's like the music has no 3rd dimension, and you are supposed to imagine it from the lyrics!

Let me try some Pavlov's Dog's stuff to see if it works! 


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