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The Road To Redemption line-up has been revealed
We’ve been waiting for it for a while now, but the word is finally out with a month in advance to the event. Radical Redemption invites a big number of colleagues / artists, to rock the show of his solo event for the third time already. Curious about who is going to play next to The Radical? Check out The Road To Redemption line-up down below.
Radical Redemption has moved, in collaboration with Art of Dance, to The Radical Dome (Breepark) in Breda after two successful editions at the infamous Heineken Music Hall. After the HMH was sold out straight away for the past few years – they were even about to organize a second show on Sunday – the solo events by Joey van Ingen moves to a bigger location. And with that comes a big line-up too of course. Not only will Radical Redemption play live himself, he will also appear with his acts Minus Militia and Denekamps Gespuis. The rest of the night you’ll find him on stage alongside with artists like E-Force, Warface, Crypsis, Act of Rage and many others.
This is The Road To Redemption line-up
Radical Redemption LIVE – Minus Militia LIVE – Warface – Digital Punk – E-Force – D-Sturb – Act of Rage – Crypsis – Denekamps Gespuis – Regain – N-Vitral – High Voltage – Luna – MC Nolz
The last preparations for the event are in full effect at the moment. There’s lots of new music coming, because Radical Redemption will release his fourth album at The Road Of Redemption. That’s already, including the album he’s done with Minus Militia, his fifth album already in 5 years. The upcoming album features the anthem of his event, which was played at Supremacy yesterday for the very first time. Radical Redemption went all out for this one and worked with an entire orchestra.
The Road To Redemption will take place at Saturday the 4th of November at Breepark in Breda (The Netherlands). Tickets are still available at the official website of the event.
Cover image via Facebook page Radical Redemption