Grüne Hölle Rock

The rock music festival at the Nürburgring

Going by the name “Grüne Hölle Rock”, the festival, traditionally held on the first weekend in June, will see the biggest rock bands in the world appear at the Nürburgring from 5 to 7 June 2015. The Nürburgring is to remain the venue for one of Europe’s biggest rock music festivals for the next few years.

For the rock fans expected to travel from Germany and beyond, everything at the “Grüne Hölle – Rockfestival am Nürburgring” in 2015 will be almost the same as it was before – only the promoter will change: Three days of rock music at its finest on three stages, mud-slinging and party atmosphere on the numerous tent and caravan pitches as well as the unique festival atmosphere at the Nürburgring. The names of the artists and superstars of the international music scene are to be kept secret until the pre-sale period starts. Latest news concerning the rock music festival "Grüne Hölle – Rockfestival am Nürburgring" can be found on: www.grünehö

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Information about the organiser

The Nürburgring is to remain the venue for one of Europe’s biggest rock music festivals for the next few years. That is the outcome of the negotiations leading to the contract signed by capricorn NÜRBURGRING GmbH (CNG), the future operator of the Nürburgring, and concert promoter DEAG Deutsche Entertainment AG (DEAG). The organiser of tours and concerts by Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, the Rolling Stones, Lady Gaga, Peter Maffay, U2 and many others, DEAG is one of the best known promoters in the international music business. The organisation remains in the experienced hands of the Nürburgring team.

“We will deliver a very attractive, high-quality musical programme. This will be helped by our recent acquisition of the leading British concert, tour and festival promoter, Kilimanjaro Live. That gives us considerable synergy effects in international concert procurement and in artist marketing that the fans will also notice at the programme for the Nürburgring”, said Prof. Peter L. H. Schwenkow, CEO of Berlin-based DEAG.

With Stuart Galbraith (CEO Kilimanjaro Live), the promoter of legendary festivals such as Live Aid, Live8, the Hyde Park Events and many others, and Ossy and Oliver Hoppe (Wizard Promotions), two of the most internationally prominent promoters of hard rock events are now under the DEAG umbrella. This ensures that the Nürburgring will remain the iconic venue for the rock festival in Europe in the years to come.


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