Green Carnation, Turbulence, Kingcrow+more to perform at The Progspace Online
Green Carnation, Turbulence, Kingcrow and more to perform for free at The Progspace Online Festival 2021
GREEN CARNATION, THE BEAST OF NOD,
ACOLYTE, TURBULENCE, KINGCROW, MORON
POLICE, 6:33 AND MORE, TO PERFORM AT
THE PROGSPACE ONLINE FESTIVAL 2021
– FREE STREAMING –
The Progspace Online Festival 2021
Date: 19 – 20 November 2021
Time: 20:00 CET / 14:00 EST / 19:00 GMT
Where: The Progspace Youtube channel.
What: An online streaming event focusing on progressive music.
We are delighted to invite you all to attend the 2021 edition of The Progspace Online Festival, a streamed music event focussing on progressive metal and rock.
Two evenings full of high-quality prog music on November 19th and 20th, 2021! This time, we will have full 25-minute sets by bands drawn from different parts of the world: from Australia, USA, Norway, Sweden, France, Lebanon, UK, Iceland, Belgium, Denmark and Germany, covering a wide variety of progressive subgenres:
Friday, November 19:
Turbulence, Moron Police, Sinoptik, Kingcrow, Luna’s Call, Feather
Mountain, The Stranger, Ask the Slave and Framing Skeletons.
Saturday, November 20:
Green Carnation, The Beast of Nod, 6:33, Chaosbay, Acolyte,
Karmanjakah, MEER, Omnerod, A kew’s tag and Grace Hayhurst.
To learn more about these bands and artists, please visit https://festival.theprogspace.com
The festival is to be streamed via the YouTube Channel https://youtube.com/theprogspace, so grab your drinks and snacks and enjoy the music with us from the comfort of your home!
During the live streams, we will provide viewers with links where they can donate directly to the bands playing, or buy their merchandise and music. The festival team and many of the artists will also be present in the live chat on the YouTube premiere page.
The Progspace is a self-funded non-profit venture. From our festival merchandise, a part of the proceeds will be donated to Crew Nation, a charity organization that provides aid to the many music-crew workers affected by the current pandemic: