SBÄM Revealed Another Band That Will Perform On The Fourth Edition Of SBÄM Fest

SBAM FEST 4

SBÄM announced another act that will play on the fourth edition of SBÄM Fest. Bloodsucking Zombies from Outer Space are a horror punk quintet that will perform on the second day of the festival on July 31st.

On July 30 and 31, 2022, more than 30 acts will rock the Tabakfabrik in Linz at Austria’s biggest scene festival! Already confirmed are top-class acts like Descendents, Millencolin, Donots, The Bouncing Souls, No Fun At All and many more – and these are not even the headliners, you can look forward to. Besides the phenomenal line-up on two stages, we offer the 10.000 to 12.000 visitors even more: Grandiose side-actions will provide unforgettable festival moments and make the SBÄM Fest 4 the perfect meeting point for the local punk scene and everyone who wants to join!

Tickets are available at Tickets SBÄM Shop, Oeticket, and Reservix

SBÄM Exhibit
SBÄM originally started with Stefan Beham’s designs of tour posters, album covers and merchandise for bands – so, in this art exhibit he is exploring his roots as a visual artist. He also presents international guests and their works.
 
SBÄM Sports
2022 is all about standing sideways! SBÄM will be hosting a skate contest that brings the close connection between rock and skateboarding to life.
 
Furthermore, a documentary about the SBÄM brand and the festival is planned, which will be available on various streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime and HBO. The crowdfunding campaign for it will start early next year and filming will kick off in Linz in July 2022.
 

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