If you’re a fan of prog rock and metal and happen to find yourself in Spain this June, there’s really only one place you’re going to want to be – in Barcelona, at Be Prog, My Friend.

Staged over two days in the picturesque Poble venue not far from the Montjuic Olympic Stadium – formerly home of Sentinel Daily editor Scott Adams‘ beloved RCD Espanyol – the festival is set to play host to some of the biggest names in progressive music over the (hopefully) balmy nights of June 29 and 30th.

Headliners A Perfect Circle (Friday 29th) and Steve Hackett (Saturday 30th) will of course draw most attention, but a mouthwatering undercard of attractions of the calibre of Pain of Salvation, prog metal supergroup Sons of Apollo, alt.prog behemoths Baroness and Australian prog sensation Plini is sure to set the pulse racing with fans of progressive music everywhere salivating like so many Pavlovian pooches at the prospect of such a mouthwatering musical smorgasbord.

Tickets are available now, with day passes available for a very reasonable eighty five euros for the Friday or seventy five for the Saturday. A ticket for the whole shebang will set you back a mere one hundred and forty euros on the door.

Friday June 29th (Doors 16.30 CET)
17.15 – 18.00: Persefone
18.30 – 19.40: Baroness
20.10 – 21.50 Pain of Salvation
22.35 – 00.20 A Perfect Circle
00.50 – 02.00 Oranssi Pazuzu
Saturday June 30th (Doors 16.30 CET)
14.15 –  18.00: Plini
18.30 – 19.50: Gazpacho
20.10 – 21.50: Sons of Apollo
22.35 – 00.20: Steve Hackett
00.50 – 02.00: Burst

We’ll be keeping you updated with all things BPMF as the festival gets closer, so make sure you stay connected with Sentinel Daily for all your Be Prog info!