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SLEEP TOKEN Added To Blue Ridge Rock Fest 2023


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Sleep Token, riding high on the insane popularity of their last few singles, has been announced as one of the many artists for Blue Ridge Rock Festival 2023. Hopefully this isn't the only show Sleep Token has lined up for North America… and given how much of a pain in the ass it is for international bands to play the United States, it would certainly make sense for more shows to be announced.

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"As voted onto the Lineup by you the Fans, we welcome an Artist that is currently captivating much of the music world," said festival promoters. "The mighty, mysterious Sleep Token shall return to America at Blue Ridge Rock Fest this September! We are working to have their performance as late as possible in order to provide you with the most illuminating experience. Their highly anticipated new record, Take Me Back To Eden, comes out May 19th."

Pre-orders for Take Me Back To Eden are available here and you can catch Sleep Token at one of the below festivals around the world.

6/7-10 Mystic Festival, Gdansk, Poland
6/23-25 Full Force Festival, Ferropolis, Germany
6/23 Jera On Air, Ysselsteyn, Netherlands
6/30 Resurrectio, Fest, Viverio, Spain
7/28 Radar Festival, Manchester, United Kingdom

Blue Ridge Rock Festival 2023 will take place between September 7 and 10. Other recent major additions to the festival include a reunited Job For A Cowboy, the first Emmure show in quite some time, Limp Bizkit bringing that nü-stalgia, and way more. Take a scroll through the Blue Ridge Rock Festival Instagram here as they continuously drip out announcements.

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