|Night of the Prog Festival VIII|
The Line Up of the 8th edition has finally now been comfirmed.
It takes place on Saturday 13th and 14th of July 2013. With great pleasure we like to announce
the 2 Headliners Steven Wilson and Opeth. Followed by those we have the Canterbury Prog Legend Caravan
as well as the Devin Townsend Project and Magma which gives the Festival a variety on styles that it hasn´t
seen in the previous years. With only one repeater - The Pineapple Thief, we are glad to have for the first time
a Post Rock Band in the Line Up: welcome Maybeshewill from England. Sanguine Hum is visiting Germany
for the first time as well as Anima Mundi from Cuba. Shooting Stars Crippled Black Phoenix, Amplifier takes the stage
as well as Simon Collins new Band Project - Sound of Contact. Last but not least we welcome
the 70s Retroprogger Anglagard from Sweden
It took this festival only a few editions to raise to one of the leading progressive rock festivals in Europe - or probably even the world.
Next to the music and bands that have taken part at the various festival editions, the main reason for the success is simply the location!
The UNESCO world heritage Loreley (GERMANY) is one of the most outstanding Open Air Amphitheaters in Europe. High above the river Rhine,
the visitors are overwhelmed by the beautiful view of the surrounding area.
By this outstanding ambiente we continue to establish the festival as the "Mekka of Progressive Rock".
The highlights of the past 6 years have been
The tradition to supply a stage for young and emergent bands is one of our major tasks.
To give them the chance to play in front of thousands of people will definitely help to create a career.
Tickets are available here (only EU Countries by bank transfer using IBAN and BIC Codes)
Tickets in our Shop are 7 - 10 Euros per Ticket cheaper...
Tickets by credit card for UK or non EU Countries: please order here
Here is an impression of the Venue and the area or the Loreley valley:
Line Up and Schedule:
Saturday 13. July 2013 Get In 13.30 h
Sanguine Hum 14.00 h
Sound of Contact 15.15 h
The Pineapple Thief 16.30 h
Crippled Black Phoenix 18.00 h
Magma 20.30 h
Steven Wilson 22.30 h
Sunday 14. July 2013 Get In 11.30 h
Anima Mundi 12.00 h
Maybeshewill 13.30 h
Anglagard 15.00 h
Amplifier 16.45 h
Caravan 18.15 h
Devin Townsend Project 20.00 h
Opeth 22.00 h
as otherwise you have to take the ferry.
Here are some Hotels you can try to book in:
Night of the Progs – Festival 2013 Informations
B Box office
The box office is located directly beside the mainentrance. The box office opens on Saturday at 11:00 am and on Sunday at 11:00 am Tickets are available for the following prices: Ticket Saturday: 75 €, Ticket Sunday: 75 €, Festival-Ticket: 120 € Camping: 30,00 € (available for the whole weekend only) The box office accepts cash only! Children up to 4 years are free. Kids up to 12 years pay 50% of the regular price. Those Tickets are only available at the Box Office of the Loreley Amphitheater on 13th and 14th of July 2013!!!!
The festival-camping place lies ½ km away to theLoreley area. As usual, cars and tents are not put down on the same meadow. However, the parking bay isdirectly compared with the camping meadow so that no wide distances must be run. More to the parking under"P". The camping ticket counts from Friday, 12.07.13 , 17h pm; then early arriving visitors can already build up their tenst and explore the area. The departure has to occur till Monay, 15.07.13, 12 am.Sanitary arrangements in the form of shower and WC enough exist in the camping meadow and are available round-the-clock without surcharge. Camping mobiles are permitted and have an own parking lot and are not supplied with stream. The normal camping tickets per person are likewise valid for camping mobile, Caravans,etc.Visitors can bring food supply and drinking to the camping meadow. Gas ranges should be checked before departure once again. Absolute care with thec ontact is offered. With defective material one endangers not only himself, but also the other festival visitors. In no case should be cooked in a tent, but always outside. Open fire on the camp sites is forbade ingeneral!
Camping mobiles are permitted among other things,however, have an own parking lot and are not suppliedwith stream. The normal camping tickets per person arelikewise valid for camping mobile, Caravans, etc.
Welfare is provided! On the festival area numerousdifferent catering trade states exist, for "carnivores" likefor vegetarians something exists. Also we put severaldrink states on to avoid queues.Brought dishes are not permitted on the festival area!Drinks can be taken up to a scale of 0,5 l (half a liter) of contents exclusively in original close TETRA PAK packaging up to this size on the festival area. Glass andcans are not allowed and are turned down at theentrance.In addition, on Saturday and Sunday mornings abreakfast on the campingarea is offered. You save the transport of own dishes and can begin the Sunday withlike-minded people and fresh breakfast.
D Drink entrainment on the area
Drinks can be taken up to a scale of 0,5 l (half a liter) of contents exclusively in original close TETRA PAK packaging up to this size on the festival area. Glass and cans are not allowed and are turned down at the entrance.
The ferry between Saint Goarshausen and Saint Goar does not go on all days up to the end of the respective event. Hence, the hours will be as followed: Saturday until 00:30 am Sunday until 00:00 am
On the whole camping and festival area open fire isprohibited strictly!
Generally forbidden are for example fireworks bodies and star throwers on parking bays and campingsurfaces, as well as on the festival area are the entrainment of weapons and/or objects similar to weapons like firearms, cutting weapons and thrustweapons, projectiles, etc..Folding chairs and similar objects may be taken on the festival area. Photo admissions with a customary digital camera to the private use are permitted. All admissions for duplication purposes are prohibited.
The whole Loreley plateau belongs to the UNESCO world heritage and is therefore an unusual Location. We try to receive the beauty of the area and, besides, depend also on the help of the festival visitors. Please,collect your garbage and do not leave it. We will put up numerous garbage containers and are grateful for their use. Additionally, we collect a „garbage deposit“ of 5,00 € which means that we give each person a garbage bag at the arrival and give the money back when you leave and give us your garbage bag. Thank you for your support!
I Info Counter
For all small things there will be an info counter which you find in the small house / box office beside the main entrance. In addition, we also collect lost things, etc. there.
J Journey to festival by car
Guests from Cologne / Bonn: follow A61 till Junction Koblenz to the Junction Koblenz North on A48 heading Montabaur exit 10 on B9 (direction: Niederlahnstein/bath Ems). on B42 in the direction of Saint Goarshausen then follow the signs Loreley.
Guests from Rhine/Main follow B42 till Kaub leave B42 in the direction of Bornich then follow the signs Loreley.
Journey to festival by bus The nearest railway station is the railway station Sankt Goarshausen. From there you take best of all one coach to the Loreley (“Loreley Abzw. Bornich”). For further information please visit www.bahn.de and click on„international guests“on top of the page.
O Opening times
The festival opens on Saturday and Sunday at 11.30 am.
Please follow the advice by the staff which has the best overview about the availabilities of the parking bays.The parking bays are on the right in the approach road and are sign posted early. To form the parking area asquickly as possible and simply, the parking fee is already included in the ticket.
S Sanitary arrangements Sanitary arrangements in the form of shower and WCexist in the camping meadow and are available round the-clock without surcharge. On the festival area it selfare other toilet arrangements which can be likewise used without additional remuneration.
W Wheel chairs
The access to the area as a wheel chair driver is easier than many think. Wheel chair drivers (and company) simply proceed to the small house / info counter beside the main entrance. Directly on the left of it you find a big, black gate with a security guard. He or she will led you in and lead your way. The parking lots are immediately beside the departure to the stage, the viewis very good and on no account limited.
Wild camping is prohibited strictly. Camping is permitted only in the surfaces intended for this and camping tickets are checked.