Busan Rock Festival

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Busan Rock Festival
Genre Rock, indie, metal
Dates July or August
Location(s) South Korea Busan, South Korea
Years active 2000 - present
Website
www.rockfestival.co.kr

Busan Rock Festival, inaugurated in 2000, is a music festival that takes place every year in August in Busan, near beach. The lineups accumulate acts of various genres such as rock, metal, indie. The admission is free of charge.

2000 line-up[edit]

15 July ~ 17 July, Gwangalli Beach, Busan

15 July
16 July
17 July
  • South Korea No Mark
  • South Korea Nell
  • South Korea Huckleberry Finn
  • South Korea Jeremy
  • South Korea Johnny Royal
  • South Korea Maroo
  • China Again
  • South Korea Crying Nut
  • Japan Missile Girl Scoot
  • South Korea Kim Kyung-Ho Band

2001 line-up[edit]

11 August ~ 13 August, Gwangalli Beach, Busan

11 August
  • South Korea Purple Haze
  • South Korea Every Single Day
  • South Korea Nell
  • South Korea Fancy
  • South Korea Silent Eye
  • South Korea R.F. Children
  • Indonesia Pas
  • South Korea Black Syndrome
  • Germany Holy Moses
  • Finland Nightwish
12 August
13 August
  • South Korea Khan
  • South Korea Y-Not
  • South Korea Gosrak
  • South Korea Lazybone
  • South Korea Pia
  • South Korea Jeremy
  • Taiwan Mayday
  • Philippines Dicta License
  • United States Bruce Lee Band
  • South Korea Crying Nut

2002 line-up[edit]

1 June ~ 3 June, Gwangalli Beach, Busan

1 June
2 June
3 June

2003 line-up[edit]

7 August ~ 9 August, Da-Dae-Po Beach, Busan

8 August
9 August

2004 line-up[edit]

5 August ~ 7 August, Da-Dae-Po Beach, Busan

6 August
7 August

2005 line-up[edit]

5 August ~ 7 August, Da-Dae-Po Beach, Busan

5 August
6 August
7 August

2006 line-up[edit]

5 August ~ 7 August, Da-Dae-Po Beach, Busan

5 August
  • South Korea Strikes
  • South Korea Trans Fixon
  • Japan Ska'sh Onions
  • South Korea Deli Spice
  • South Korea Kim Sung-Myun & Lee Hyun-Suk
  • South Korea Sinawe & Seoul Electronic Band
  • United Kingdom UFO
6 August

2007 line-up[edit]

4 August ~ 5 August, Da-Dae-Po Beach, Busan

4 August
5 August

2008 line-up[edit]

2 August ~ 3 August, Da-Dae-Po Beach, Busan

2 August
  • South Korea Dear Cloud
  • Malaysia Tempered Mental
  • South Korea Y-Not?
  • Japan Copa Salvo
  • South Korea Eve
  • South Korea The Ratios
  • United Kingdom Sohodolls
  • Japan Toshi with - EARTH
3 August

2009 line-up[edit]

7 August ~ 9 August, Da-Dae-Po Beach, Busan

7 August
  • South Korea Dry Flower
  • South Korea SPOTLIGHT
  • South Korea Nevada#51
  • South Korea Burning Hepburn
  • South Korea Hakata The Brhyssco
  • South Korea BlueIsland
  • South Korea MATE
  • South Korea GUYZ
  • South Korea The Southbay
  • South Korea Biuret (Guest)
  • South Korea Prana (Guest)
  • South Korea Baekdusan (Guest)
8 August
9 August

2010 line-up[edit]

6 August ~ 8 August, Da-Dae-Po Beach, Busan

6 August
  • South Korea POE
  • South Korea Noeazy
  • South Korea Achime
  • South Korea Windycat
  • South Korea Telefly
  • South Korea THE UNITED93
  • Japan Non Troppo
  • South Korea Yellow Monsters
7 August
8 August

2011 line-up[edit]

5 August ~ 7 August, Samrak Park, Busan

5 August
  • South Korea D HAIT
  • South Korea Rots
  • South Korea DICKPUNKS
  • South Korea Romantic Punch
  • South Korea Go Go Star
  • AustraliaNew ZealandCanadaUnited States One Drop East
  • Japan Blanks
  • United Kingdom Steranko
  • South Korea Yoon Do Hyun Band
6 August
7 August

2012 line-up[edit]

3 August ~ 5 August, Samrak Park, Busan

3 August
4 August
  • South Korea Public Stereo
  • South Korea Pandaz
  • South Korea Downhell
  • South Korea CUBA
  • South Korea Cuba
  • Japan The Bashow
  • South Korea Nevada#51
  • South Korea Every Single Day
  • Canada Hilary Grist
  • South Korea Lee Han-Cheol Band
  • United States FireHouse
  • South Korea Boohwal
5 August

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Their performance was cancelled by the guarantee problem.
  2. ^ They couldn't perform live because they entered the South Korea on a tourist visa. DEICIDE: Korean Tour Report
  3. ^ The rising tide caused the problem of safety, so they only performed 4 songs.
  4. ^ They were not included the formal line-up, but they participated as a special guest.

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