URIAH HEEP, UFO Confirmed For U.K.'s HARD ROCK HELL IV Festival

URIAH HEEP and UFO have been confirmed for the Hard Rock Hell IV festival, set to take place December 3-5, 2010 at Pontins in Prestatyn, North Wales, United Kingdom.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order):

BLAZE BAYLEY
DIAMOND HEAD
ENUFF Z'NUFF
L.A. GUNS
MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP
PAUL DI'ANNO
PRETTY BOY FLOYD
SKID ROW
TANK
UFO
URIAH HEEP

Paul Di'Anno will perform a "special set" the Hard Rock Hell IV festival, featuring songs from the first two MAIDEN albums — "Iron Maiden" and "Killers" — as a celebration of their 30th anniversary.

The lineup and theme have again been chosen by the fans and will include thrash, glam, sleaze, NWOBHM, metal and classic-rock bands.

For more information, visit www.hardrockhell.com.

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