Graspop: a 4-days edition in 2023!

A few weeks ago, the Graspop announced the new edition will take place on 16-17-18 June. Today, they make an important update: it gonna be again a 4-days edition like 2018 and 2022. But who could be the headliners on 4 days?

There’s at least one band without any doubt: SlipKnot! They released a brand new album this Summer, they are confirmed on other festivals nearby like NovaRock in Austria the weekend before. The only suspense about the band from Iowa is to known which day they’re gonna play. They’ve always headlined on Saturday but this year, they could have the ending spot on Sunday!

Another headliner we should have: Mötley Crüe. They’ll announce a new tour on Thursday 20 October. Could we have a huge line-up tour like in the US with Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett? Fingers crossed!

Ozzy Osbourne is doing what could be his last tour forever in May without any shows in Belgium so far. We could see him one more time at Graspop. With Judas Priest? They’re the special guest on his Farewell Tour.

What about younger bands? Ghost will announce a tour soon. It’s time for them to headline the festival! Avenged Sevenfold will release a new album and will definitely be there. What about a co-headline Ghost/Avenged? Parkway Drive will play on the Saturday 17th and they gonna headline the Main Stage II for sure (they can’t be the main headliner, yet).

Many other bands should be there as well: Pantera, Architects, Alter Bridge, Arch Enemy, Amon Amarth, The Ghost Inside, Hatebreed, Fever 333, Hollywood Vampires, Hollywood Undead, Vended, Behemoth, Helloween, Lamb Of God, The Devil Wears Prada, Stick To Your Guns, Alexisonfire, Ghosteman, Flogging Molly

We could have a first announcement this week!

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