Are you ready to put those horns up and rock out to some hardcore metal?

QC Metalfest 2017 is happening this Saturday July 29 from 2-11 p.m. at the Bierstube (415 15th Street Moline). Admission is only $5 and all money goes back to the bands! This is an all-ages show.

Here are the set times for all performances:

2:20 p.m.              Lord Giver (Quad Cities)                                    Outside

2:50 p.m.              Rezinator (Quad Cities)                                       Outside

3:20 p.m.              Post AD (Quad Cities)                                           Inside

3:50 p.m.              Crater (Quad Cities)                                               Outside

4:20 p.m.              Upon The Death Horse (Quad Cities)           Inside

4:50 p.m.              Kronos Resistor (Quad Cities)                          Outside

5:30 p.m.              Øde Vinter (Champaign)                                     Inside

6:20 p.m.              Aseethe (Iowa City)                                                Outside

7:05 p.m.              Ethicist (Dayton)                                                     Inside

7:50 p.m.              Close The Hatch (Dayton)                                  Outside

8:35 p.m.              Cantharone (MN)                                                    Inside

9:20 p.m.              High Graves (MN)                                                    Outside

102:0 p.m.           No Funeral (MN)                                                      Outside

 

Check out the Facebook event page for more information on each band at https://www.facebook.com/events/204563840015661.

Start strengthening those neck muscles now, because these bands are going to make you want to head bang all night long!

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Tess Abney was born and raised in the Quad Cities. Her passion for writing and entertainment was apparent at a very young age. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.