Hundred Reasons full of old ideas for Sonisphere 2014

Hundred Reasons to finish old business at Sonisphere

Photographer: Sara BowreyVirtual Festivals on 04 June 2014

Originally booked to perform for the sadly-cancelled 2012 Sonisphere event, Hundred Reasons reformed in November of that year to celebrate the decade anniversary of their 2002 debut 'Ideas Above Our Station' album - performing the album in full at a handful of sold out UK dates.

Guitarist Larry Hibbitt said: "We said we'd never do it again, but the cancelled Sonisphere of 2012 left a big hole in that summer for us. So when our shorts-wearing, crowd-surfing, festival-promoting comrade Alan Day came up with a slot for us this year we just couldn't say no. And we didn't. Don't get used to this. We say no A LOT so this is not going to happen often, if ever. But when it makes sense it makes sense and we're there. Like we will be on 5th July. See you at the front".

Ex-The Wildhearts bassist Danny McCormack is newly announced with his rock’n’roll band The Yoyos, as are Mixhell, Messenger, Dripback, Calling All Cars, Blaas Of Glory and Protafield.

Metallica, Iron Maiden and The Prodigy headline the three day event which takes place at Knebworth Park, near Stevenage, Hertfordshire from 4-6 July 2014.

Sonisphere Festival tickets are on sale now, priced at £170 plus a £10 booking fee for a weekend ticket without camping. A weekend ticket with camping is £205, plus a £10 booking fee. A deposit scheme is also running from now until April, meaning fans are able to reserve their tickets for an initial payment of just £50.

Sonisphere day tickets are available for Friday priced at £55 plus a £8.25 booking fee, Saturday and Sunday day tickets are both priced at £75 plus a £9.75 booking fee. VIP 'King For A Day' tickets are also available.

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