Heretic Festival Adds Mason Hill, Replacing Aaron Buchanon and The Cult Classics

Heretic Fest will take place over three days, May 13th, 14th And 15th, at Sheffield Corporation, United Kingdom. Previously announced act Aaron Buchanon & the Cult Classics are to be replaced on the bill for Saturday 14th May by Mason Hill. The festival features headliners: Inglorious, Stone Broken, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons. Alongside these unbelievable bands, the weekend will also see performances from Oli Brown and The Dead Collective, Mason HIll, Dig Lazarus, Daxx & Roxane, Bootyard Bandits, These Wicked Rivers and many more. Tickets are available at the link below.

Festival organiser Hannah Fellows comments: “As disappointing as it is to lose a band at this late stage, I’m extremely excited to have gotten Mason Hill to fill the gap. After working with the boys at Planet Rocks Winters End I have absolutely no doubt they’ll bring that same magic they brought to the stage in Leamington Spa!”

The festival also welcomed artist submissions with voting by fans. There were over 260 submissions with Ashen Reach voted for the coveted slot on Sunday 15th May 2020.


Full lineup below –

FRIDAY 13th May – starting at 5pm – Inglorious, Oli Brown & The Dead Collective, Cellar Door Moon Crow, Dig Lazarus and CPSD


SATURDAY 14th May – Stone Broken, Mason Hill, The Fallen State, Daxx & Roxane, Bootyard Bandits, Revival Black, Ryders Creed, These Wicked Rivers, Steal The City, Land Sharks and Bastette


Sunday 15th May –Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons, Black Spiders, King Creature, South Of Salem, Ashen Reach, The Dukes Of Bordello, Liberty Lies, The Dark, Austin Gold, Yesterday’s Gone and Caesar Did It.



As This Is Now A Weekend Event, there are various pricing tiers:


Friday £20, Saturday £25, Sunday £25 and Weekend £60


Ticket Update:


All tickets purchased for 2021 through See Tickets WILL REMAIN VALID.


Any tickets purchased through bands, you will need a full refund as these will now be VOID.



Organisers, in compliance with government directives, postponed the 2021 event due to COVID-19 pandemic. But, the festival is now back, stronger than ever before, with a 3-day of music from some of the most vital rock acts of the current scene. With all that in mind, call your hotel, book off work and grab your tickets, because Heretic Fest is here to stay, it just moved a little further away, big things are happening at Heretic Fest!


Tickets for 2022 available here:


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