Rock, Metal Z7 Wild Dayz - Day 1

Z7 Wild Dayz - Day 1

Rock, Metal

16:50 – 17:35 AEPHANEMER
17:45 – 18:35 IGNEA
18:45 – 19:40 WARKINGS
19:50 – 20:45 BURNING WITCHES
20:55 – 21:50 DYNAZTY
22:10 – 23:30 EPICA
23:45 – 00:30 KILL THE LIGHTS
00:30 – 01:30 AFTERSHOW DJ

Two days, two stages, 18 bands and lots of wild music - to relisten and to discover the riffs of the future. The outdoor & indoor festival Z7 Wild Dayz celebrates its premiere in June 2021 in Pratteln, near Basel. In addition to the well-established headliners Amorphis and Epica, the Swiss rock temple offers a new platform for aspiring bands and newcomers of different rock and metal genres. The Z7 Wild Dayz gives a chance for international up-and-coming bands to perform for the first time on a big stage in Switzerland in front of a passionate audience. The main goal of the festival is to create a peaceful get-together of musicians and rock fans, as we have missed so many live events in the previous weeks and months.

The current restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic allow time and space for new ideas and planning. Even if the future remains uncertain for the time being, last autumn we decided to create a new festival and to use the Z7 Open Air stage in addition to the concerts of Z7 Summer Nights and Augusta Raurica - Live in Concert. Of course, the current situation makes it difficult to plan anything for the nearest future. However, we want to set an example that will give concert fans back their belief in a better future for live music. We will do our very best to make open air events and festivals possible again in summer 2021. With two exceptions, all bands of this year’s Z7 Wild Dayz are from Europe, four of them from Switzerland. If no travel restrictions for European countries are declared and events of our size are allowed in June 2021, the festival has a good chance to take place. Our hope remains until the last moment. We expect to start the ticket sales in March 2021, as soon as the probability of events in summer 2021 has more certainty. Until then, we mark the date in bold in our calendar and keep our fingers crossed.