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Are you ready to ROCK? High Voltage Festival tickets from £30 to see ZZ Top and Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Achtung baby, that sign means high voltage! Rudimentary German aside, the festival in Victoria Park in London looks a cracker – with ZZ Top, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Foreigner, Heaven & Hell and Marillion amongst the star names to perform live.

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KRUEMMEL, GERMANY - JULY 09:  A sign indicates 'Danger - high voltage' near power lines of the Kruemmel nuclear power plant, operated by Swedish energy giant Vattenfall, on July 9, 2009 in Kruemmel near Hamburg, Germany. The nuclear plant Kruemmel shutting down automatically July 4 when a transformer short-circuited. It had reopened just last month after a two-year closure prompted by a fire in another transformer.  (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)

High Voltage Festival takes place in Victoria Park in London on the weekend of July 24th – July 25th 2010, and offers a chance to see some of the best rock acts there has ever been live! ZZ Top and Emerson, Lake & Palmer headline the event on Saturday and Sunday respectively, with many other luminaries of the genre taking part.

High Voltage tickets are on sale for both days from £30 each – with weekend tickets costing £50. A full festival line-up is below:

Saturday 24th July 2010
ZZ Top
Heaven & Hell
Foreigner
Gary Moore
The Answer
The Union
Black Label Society
Saxon
Hammerfall
Cathedral
Orange Goblin
Asia
Transatlantic
Dweezil Zappa
Bigelf
Focus
Pendragon
Touchstone

Sunday 25th July 2010
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Joe Bonamassa
Ian Hunter
Joe Elliott
Down ‘n’ Outz
UFO
Bachman & Turner
The Quireboys
Down
Opeth
Clutch
Marillion
High On Fire
Audrey Horne
Lethargy
Uriah Heep
Magnum
Steve Hackett
Martin Turner’s Wishbone Ash
The Reasoning

Emerson, Lake & Palmer are reforming for their 40th anniversary, while it will be Heaven & Hell’s last ever live performance. Furthermore, High Voltage Festival offers the only chance to see ZZ Top, Down and Black Label Society in concert in the UK in 2010.

Article originally published on Tixdaq.com

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