ARMSTRONG METALFEST is headbanging into their 12th year as British Columbia's largest, loudest and premier event for extreme music in the Okanagan Valley. Planning their 2020 event for July 17th and 18th in Armstrong, BC at the Hassen Arena, ARMSTRONG METALFEST is launching their early bird pre-sale tickets on October 1st for $109 CAD , regular ticket pre-sale price will be set at $145 CAD. At the door price will be $185 CAD. $100 CAD for day pass. Only 100 early bird pre-sale tickets will be made available.
Tickets are only $109 CAD and on sale at the following link: https://
All tickets provide general admission and grant access to the festival grounds, camping area and arena from 11:00 AM PST on Friday, July 17, 2020 until 11:59 PM PST on Sunday, July 19, 2020.
For day passes, please check out the FAQ for information and pricing: https://
2020 Early Entry:
Want to grab your favourite camp spot and beat the rush of metalheads? Guests are welcome to arrive Thursday, July 16 after 11:00 AM PST.
2020 Camping and Parking: Camping fee is $25 CAD. You are welcome to sleep in your vehicle, RV or trailer. Traveling in an RV? Make sure to reserve your spot so you’re guaranteed a spot that includes water and power hookups. $75 CAD RV registration fee: https://
Online Support: If you are experiencing any technical issues with placing your ticket order, please email AMF at webmaster@
The 2019 edition of ARMSTRONG METALFEST featured bands from across Canada, USA and Europe with such notable acts as Origin, Nekrogoblikon, WAKE, Within Destruction, Centuries of Decay and Widow's Peak among the 30 plus bands who performed during the two days of mountain mosh pitting and camping.
For 11 years running, West Metal Entertainment and Armstrong Metalfest has not only fostered the talent of hundreds of local bands but brought in well-known, international acts to the quiet, little Canadian town of Armstrong, British Columbia.
Each year up to 700 metalheads from Canada and USA descend into the picturesque Okanagan Valley and under the blistering sun they spend 3 days camping, taking in over 30 bands, participating in wrestling events and scavenger hunts and catching up with their metal family.
The festival has seen such renowned headliners as Kataklysm, Cattle Decapitation, Archspire, and Beyond Creation as well as emerging artists from across North America. At the end of the revelry, the festival disappears without a trace, leaving the landscape as pristine as it has always been.
West Metal Entertainment is a non-profit society that not only puts on Armstrong Metal Festival every year in Armstrong, B.C., but gives bands opportunities to play different venues throughout the region including all-ages shows, to encourage musical passion in kids as well as adults.
What the press is saying:
Kelowna Now: Armstrong Metal Festival Co-founder reflects on a decade of metal – Video Interview here .
CHBC – Global Okanagan: Metalheads celebrate a decade of gathering in Armstrong – Video Interview here .
“In the past, metalheads had to travel to Germany to experience the rush a big festival, such as Wacken Open Air. But local headbangers decided to bring that feeling home with Armstrong Metalfest.” – Vernon Morning Star
“Go Big or Stay at Home: Armstrong has that welcoming feeling for a rock show.” – The Valley Voice
“To witness such a gathering of talent is an absolute privilege, and for that fact alone, I will certainly be returning to Armstrong Metal Fest.” – Beatroute BC
“This festival is now going to be my yearly must-go-to event and if you’re a metal head that hasn’t attended or a curious metal voyeur, do yourself a favour and check it out, you will not regret it.” – Abort Mag
“The Armstrong Metalfest is one such event and has grown from its initial, humble beginnings seven years ago to be a regular mainstay, with its south-central BC location making for a popular summertime destination for fans and bands alike.” – Decibel Mag
Named one of the out-of-town music festivals worth the trip by The Vancouver Sun
“For metalheads, this is a great vacation where groups of all sizes can enjoy their favourite musical genre in a fun, energized environment. Not to mention, the camping!” – The Permanent Rain Press