The sound of Sabaton will echo around the mountains when the band takes to the stage at Greenfield Festival in June 2019.
The festival will be held in Interlaken, Switzerland, from 13 to 15 June. With the dramatic Alps looming over its green site, Greenfield boasts perhaps the most stunning location of any metal festival worldwide.
Sabaton last played the festival in 2014, so it will be a welcome return for the Swedes, who join Slipknot, Amon Amarth and German favourites Die Toten Hosen.
Sabaton will play Download Madrid for the first time in Summer 2019 – adding a fourth international edition of the ever-popular rock festival to their list of conquests.
Not satisfied with simply being the UK’s biggest rock festival for 15 years, Download has been expanding overseas in recent years, and Sabaton has been with them along the way.
The band has played at Download France and Download Australia, as well as bringing their electrifying live show to main stage at the original UK edition twice – and Spain now makes it a full house of Downloads for Sabaton.
Bass player Par Sundstrom said: “We’ve always had a great working relationship with Download and have enjoyed being a part of this British festival’s growth around the world.
“We’ve played at Download in three separate countries so far, and every show is different, so now it’s time to see what the Spanish Download crowd has got for us!”
Tickets for this exclusive chance to see Sabaton in Spain’s historic capital city, 28 to 30 June 2019, are available now.
France’s biggest metal festival expands into a fourth day next summer in a powerhouse partnership with international festival Knotfest – and Sabaton will play the newly-created date.
The band will take to the main stage on Thursday 20 June 2019, alongside the mighty Slipknot – after whom Knotfest is named – Rob Zombie and Amon Amarth, for what promises to be an epic and unique event.
Bassplayer Pär Sundström said: “Hellfest is a very popular festival, the original three days have sold out already, so it’s great that it’s getting even bigger this year and we’re excited to be a part of it.
“Whether people already have tickets and want to extend their festival experience, or just come along for the day to see us and the other bands, we look forward to partying with them all on the debut Knotfest-meets-Hellfest Thursday!”
Sabaton is a firm favourite with Hellfest fans, and the band last played the festival in 2017.