Bloodstock Open Air 2011

at Catton Hall, Walton On Trent

This event has been and gone.

Bloodstock Open Air features three days of diverse international heavy metal bands across three stages, a large selection of merchandise stalls, metal karaoke, campsite and a wide selection of food, bars and other refreshments.

See www.bloodstock.uk.com for further information.

Sophie Lancaster Stage

Saturday 13th August
Sunday 14th August

New Blood Stage



W.A.S.P. appearing at this event

Enigmatic rock act fronted by singer, guitarist and main composer Blackie Lawless, W.A.S.P. emerged from the '80s LA rock scene combining shock-rock lyrics and live performances with a heavy sound which appeal to metal fans across the globe.

See 12 tour dates featuring W.A.S.P.


Norwegian Black metallers with an icy sound and a dramatic look.

See Immortal tour dates


Motorhead appearing at this event

'Fast, filthy and very, very loud!' Lemmy & co represented 35 years of being a household name in British Heavy Metal, their primary success being with the memorable albums Overkill, Bomber, Ace of Spades and No Sleep 'til Hammersmith. One of music's most recognisable voices and faces, frontman Lemmy passed away in December 2015 following a short battle with cancer.

See Motorhead tour dates

Lawnmower Deth

Lawnmower Deth are an English thrash metal band who parodied the genre and recorded three-and-a-half albums. Initially active in the late 1980s and early 1990s, they reformed in 2008.

See 4 tour dates featuring Lawnmower Deth


See Criminal tour dates


See Brezno tour dates


Dripback appearing at this event

Featuring members of Ted Maul and underground heroes Labrat, Dripback play a fierce blend of hardcore, death and thrash metal inspired by the metal and hardcore of the mid-90s. Their noisy mayhem sounds like an angry Entombed fighting a tooled up Biohazard.

See Dripback tour dates

Morbid Angel

Morbid Angel appearing at this event

Morbid Angel is an American death metal band based in Tampa, Florida. UK music magazine Terrorizer ranked Morbid Angel's 1989 debut Altars of Madness first in its list "Top 40 greatest death metal albums". Morbid Angel have established themselves as kings of the death metal genre with their revolutionary intensely dark and intricate sound, combining dynamic and sweeping passages with brutal lyrical content.

See Morbid Angel tour dates

Catton Hall (Catton Park)

  • Catton Park
  • Walton On Trent
  • DE12 8LN