Dong Open Air

Dong Open Air
Dong Open Air
Location(s) Neukirchen-Vluyn, Germany
Years active 2001 onward
Date(s) July
Genre Heavy metal

Dong Open Air is a heavy metal music festival held annually in Neukirchen-Vluyn, Germany since 2001. The 2009 edition will take place on July 17 and July 18.




August 17–18: Blood Red Angel, Decapitation, Fianna, Guerrilla, Heartwork, Impure, N.R.G., Stripped Of Flesh, Yppah Nomed.


July 19–20: Adorned Brood, Amityville, Blood Red Angel, Complex 7, Guerrilla, Fianna, Hate Factor, Mabus, N.R.G., Sarx, Schattenleben, Sencirow, Torture Chamber, Violet.


July 18–19: Abaddon, Adorned Brood, Antifreeze, Burden of Grief, Folkedudl, Hate Factor, Night in Gales, Osyris, Psychotron, Ratsbane, Skyclad, Sun of Sadness, Violet, Witchtower.


July 16–17: Chainheart, Crikey, Dark Suns, Disillusion, Equilibrium, Final Breath, Humanity, Insignium, Jack Slater, Jester's Funeral, Lanfear, My Darkest Hate, Seraphim, Suidakra, The Rules, Tomorrow's Eve, Vintersorg.


July 15–16: Aardvarks, Behind the Scenery, Delirious, Desilence, Drawline, Elvenking, Excrementory Grindfuckers, Finntroll, Hate Factor, Intense, Mindcrime, Orkus, Perzonal War, President Evil, Ravage, Skyclad, Stormgarde, Sycronomica, Synasthasia, XIV Dark Centuries.


July 14–15: Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Commander, Contradiction, Dragonland, Grailknights, Guerrilla, Gun Barrel, Hidden In The Fog, Horrorscope, Lords Of Decadence, Motorjesus, Mystic Prophecy, Negator, Osyris, Rotting Christ, Savage Circus, Symbiontic, The Bonny Situation, Turisas.


July 13–14: Absence, All We Hate, Black Messiah, Chainsaw, Cheeno, Dark Age, Darzamat, Debauchery, Eluveitie, Ensiferum, Galskap, Novembers Fall, Månegarm, Orphaned Land, Runamok, Sinister, Skyclad, Synasthasia, The Pokes, van Canto, Verdict.


July 18–19:[1] Civilization One, Commander, Dark Tranquillity, Drone, Grind Inc., Lyriel, Masterstroke, Moder, Morgana Lefay, Nohellia, Path of Golconda, Persefone, Raintime, Rocketchief, Sabaton, Sadist, Scarlet Fire, Sheephead, Suidakra, Torian

Primordial were supposed to play but cancelled, and Suidakra were the last-minute replacement.


July 17–18:[2] 7 Seals, Amorphis, Cast in Silence, Cheeno, Clanrock, Common Grave, Dornenreich, Elexorien, Failed Perfection, Hatred, In December, Interrobäng, Kingdom of Salvation, Orphan Hate, Rage, Sheephead, Skyclad, Splatter and Gore Department, Sycronomica, The Very End

Dew-Scented were supposed to be one of the headliners but cancelled due to sickness.


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