Rolo Tomassi, Paradise Lost, Nightwish added to Costa De Fuego festival – ticket details

Guns N' Roses and Marilyn Manson will headline the newly created Spanish event

Rolo Tomassi, Paradise Lost, Nightwish added to Costa De Fuego festival – ticket details

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Rolo Tomassi, Paradise Lost and Nightwish are among the new additions to the bill for the first ever Costa De Fuego festival, which will take place this summer.

The festival, the name of which literally translates as 'Coast Of Fire', is being put on by the promoters of Benicassim and the resurrected Phoenix Festival and will take place on July 20 – 21 in the same location as Benicassim.

The event will be headlined by Guns N' Roses and Marilyn Manson, with In Flames, Amorphis, Baron Rojo, Hamlet, Katatonia, Noctem and Obs also joining the line-up.

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The line-up for Costa De Fuego festival so far is as follows:

Guns N' Roses
Marilyn Manson
Cancer Bats
We Are The Ocean
Lacuna Coil
Rolo Tomassi
Paradise Lost
In Flames
Baron Rojo
Lacuna Coil
Berri Txarrak
Steel Horse

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