The Almighty to Headline Steelhouse Festival
Steelhouse Festival is ecstatic to announce The Almighty as Sunday headliners, in what is a UK festival exclusive. This will be the first show from The Almighty in Wales since their reconvening, and will in fact be their only date in Wales this yearAlso, Living Colour are now confirmed to return to the Mountain to make their second Steelhouse appearance. Plus, Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons will appear on Saturday July 27th alongside their Welsh comrades, Skindred. One of the UK’s most exciting new prospects, Dan Byrne will play on Sunday afternoon. As well as all of these additions to the bill, there are still more announcements to come! The Almighty frontman, Ricky Warwick says, “Hey people of Wales and beyond... Sunday July 28th sees The Almighty headlining and closing out Steelhouse Festival. I’ve had the honour of playing here with Black Star Riders and Thin Lizzy, but this is going to be a wee bit special... This will be our only UK festival of 2024... It’s going to be amazing and we can't wait to see you... The all loud, the wild, The Al-f******-Mighty!” Max and Mikey said, “We’re really, really pleased with this one. When The Almighty announced they were getting back together for select shows, we knew we had to get them to Wales and headline Steelhouse. This is it, their only Welsh show, their only UK festival appearance, what a celebration it will be - maximum rock n roll, the absolute real deal”. Last year was the biggest Steelhouse Festival ever, and the signs are that 2024 will be even better. Over a decade has passed since the inaugural Steelhouse in 2011, and the Festival at the top of the mountain boasts not only the best views of any UK rock event but one of the most passionate, friendly and loyal followings. With a reputation for not only bringing in the biggest and best names from the international world of Rock, Steelhouse also understands the role it can play in throwing open its prestigious stage to the best of the new breed of bands. It all adds up to a compelling mix of classic and cutting edge Rock, old and new.
“So, once again let's get ready to Rocio y Mynydd / Rock the Mountain!”