Black Star Riders have been revealed as the final headliner for HRH XI after rock and metal’s premier indoor festival bagged yet another big name.

Fresh from Saturday’s critically acclaimed Ramblin’ Man Fair main stage set, the celebrated Thin Lizzy offshoot head to North Wales on November 11.

And they join Dee Snider and Airbourne as co-headliners for what promises to be the biggest and best HRH festival to date.

Twenty-four bands have been added to the eclectic bill including newbies Waywards Sons (featuring former Little Angels frontman Toby Jepson) and The Graveltones – last seen laying waste to HRH Blues in Sheffield.

A total of 43 bands will rock up to HRH XI and new bands added this week include HRH favourites Toseland, Swiss rockers Sideburn, Southern-tinged blues rockers Buffalo Summer, psych rockers Goldray and the descendants of Taint – Hark.

Joining them will be Dead City Ruins, Bad Touch, Western Sand, The Blanko, The Brink, King Creature, Black Whiskey, Wicked Stone, Those Damn Crows, King Breaker, Kikamora, Blind River, Chasing Dragons, Bad Dog, Killit, and Beth Blade and the Beautiful Disasters.

And the new names join a stellar line-up that already includes: Reef, Lynch Mob, Y&T, Tyketto, GUN, Von Hertzen Brothers, Black Aces, IDLEWAR, Burnt Out Wreck, The New Roses, Syron Vanes, Killcode, Florence Black, Syteria, The Jokers, Fire Red Empress, The Cut, and Louder Still (previously-announced artists Femme Fatale have some of their guitarists playing out on another project, so have moved to HRH XII).

HRH XI has been sold out since last November. The festival will follow the first official HRH Awards on November 8 (details to be announced soon) and takes place between November 9-12, 2017.

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