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Judas Priest to headline the festival


The legendary Judas Priest are about to headline Mystic Festival 2020 with their special, anniversary show celebrating 50 years of their metal crusade. 
The wait is over, it's time for our first big announcement. We’re proud to inform you that the icons of British heavy metal – the one and only Judas Priest! – are going to be one of the headliners of MYSTIC FESTIVAL 2020.
It is hard to believe that these Metal Gods have ruled this world for half of the century already and they will come to Mystic Festival to celebrate their 50th anniversary together with their fans. Judas Priest is the name that needs no further explanation. What you should know is that the legendary British group is forging a very special program for the next festival season that will perfectly recapitulate their five decades on the frontline. 
Also we’d like to remind you that Blind Bird tickets are still available. You can get them only until Wednesday, September 18th (offer valid while stocks last) for the very special price of 419 pln for both days of the festival. On September 19th the price of the two-day festival ticket will rise to 459 pln. 
MYSTIC FESTIVAL 2020 will take place at the Muzeum Lotnictwa (Polish Aviation Museum) in Cracow, on the 10th and 11th of June 2020 and for the very first time it’s going to be a full open air event with three stages and 30 bands on the bill. Visit our website and follow us on social media to get instant updates of the festival program.  
Tickets schedule & prices:
Blind Bird – 419 zł until September 18th or while stocks last 
Early Bird – 459 zł until December 16th or while stocks last
Regular Sale – 479 zł until May 15th or while stocks last
Last Minute Sale – 499 zł until June 9th
MYSTIC FESTIVAL is organized by Mystic Coalition, the alliance of companies with years of experience in live music business, namely Knock Out Productions, Mystic Production and B90.
Today it my sound strange, that the band's name was inspired by a Bob Dylan song – but where else could they’ve taken it from? Metal was not even there at that time. It is them who have forged this British steel, built a killing machine out of it and broke the law bringing it to us on sad wings of destiny. And this machine produced sin after sin: numerous anthems and albums that helped Judas Priest to take over the world. 
There’s no use to list all the bands that drew their inspiration from Judas Priest. We’re talking about a band that has created whole genres of music. Heavy metal in its purest form is one thing. But it’s almost impossible to imagine the birth of thrash metal, the death metal revolt and the black metal conflagration without the astonishing guitar work of Tipton and Downing, without Halford’s thrilling voice and the power of the Hill/Holland rhythm section (as well as Hill/Travis afterwards). Not in the form known to us today. 
The current Judas Priest line-up, including jaw-dropping guitar duels presented by Richie Faulkner and Andy Sneap, perfectly continues this great work, putting to shame all challengers. Sorry lads, not yet ,and probably never – Judas Priest still rule their metal kingdom with no plans to abdicate. Their incredible eighteenth album “Firepower”, released last year, brutally puts all doubts to rest.

Festival organizer

Mystic Coalition