Manu Chao, Limp Bizkit to headline Frequency 2016 in St. Poelten

VIENNA (KDN) – FM4 Frequency festival featuring Manu Chao, Massive Attack, Limp Bizkit, Paul Kalkbrenner, Bring Me The Horizon, Damian Marley and dozens of other stars will take place from August 18 to 20 at Green Park in St. Pölten, Austria.

The event, which is organized by Barracuda Music and considered one of the largest in Europe of its kind, is expected to bring together around 150 thousand music fans from around Europe. Over 100 confirmed live acts in three days with 2 main stages and side events Frequency offers a lot of fun to enjoy this summer.

German live act, producer of electronic music Paul Kalkbrenner and Damian Marley, the youngest son of legendary reggae singer Bob Marley, will kick off FM4 Frequency 2016 in St. Poelten the first night on August 18 with German Rock band Sportfreunde Stiller and British hard rockers from Bring Me the Horizon headlining on August 19. French born Spanish Manu Chao, another British band Massive Attack and American Limp Bizkit are the headliners of Frequency 2016’s final night on August 20.

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Paul Kalkbrenner is chosen to warm up Green Park with his unforgettable song “Sky and Sand” while Bring Me The Horizon is set to tell the rock lovers how to feel their hearts. Manu Chao, who is a defender of human rights and known for his revolutionary texts, sings in Spanish, French, English, Portuguese and Galician, often mixing several languages in the same song. Don’t worry Manu Chao speaks your language too.

Festival organizers hope for good weather during three days of Frequency 2016 in August, but in order to know what is going on “Behind Blue Eyes”, the festival goers have to wait for Fred Durst, the frontman of Limp Bizkit, who has the answer for that.

Environmentally friendly FM4 Frequency Festival venue offers camping areas, parking opportunities, diverse restaurants, bars and 24 hour party atmosphere for around 150 thousand rock addicts.

Three-day Festival tickets are 150 euros while VIP Festival tickets are sold at 235 euros. According to organizers a limited number of tickets for all categories are still available on


Located 30 miles outside Austria’s capital of Vienna, St. Poelten has been the host of Frequency Rock Festival since 2009 following a decision by organizers to move the Festival venue from Salzburg Ring in the Alps to near Vienna.

For more information about traveling to and from the festival, getting around inside Green Park and the things to see and do there including the complete program of events during three days of Frequency 2016, see the official Festival website.