Sonisphere 2014 festival organisers to announce two Knebworth headliners

13:18 02 December 2013

Sonisphere Festival website at http://sonispherefestivals.com/

Sonisphere Festival website at http://sonispherefestivals.com/

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Two Sonisphere 2014 headliners will be announced this evening (Monday) for next summer’s Knebworth rock festival.

Team Sonisphere and Kili Live booker Alan Day tweeting about the first Sonisphere 2014 headliner line-up announcementTeam Sonisphere and Kili Live booker Alan Day tweeting about the first Sonisphere 2014 headliner line-up announcement

The international touring festival returns to the grounds of Knebworth House from Friday, July 4 to Sunday, July 6.

And two of the three headliners will be confirmed today, with weekend camping tickets also going on sale.

KiliLive promoter and Team Sonisphere member Alan Day (@alandayrocks) confirmed the news on Twitter.

He tweeted earlier today (Monday): “excited we are announcing two of our headliners for @Sonisphere UK 2014 at 5.30pm today ! @KiliLive”

* Keep checking back at the Welwyn Hatfield Times website http://www.whtimes.co.uk/what-s-on for the latest line-up news, ticket details and interviews with Team Sonisphere.

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