Twisted Sister Crew Member Blasts Music Fest Organizers

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(Classic Rock) A member of Twisted Sister's road crew has described Canada's Amnesia Rockfest as the "worst festival ever." The veteran band's tour assistant Terry Sapp says in a blog post that the band's experience at the event in Montebello, Quebec, last month was a disaster from start to finish and blames it on the alleged incompetence of the event's staff.

Twisted Sister performed on the Jagermeister stage at the festival on June 24 and Sapp says the band faced a two-and-a-half hour trip from their hotel to the site before being given too few backstage passes to accommodate their entire crew.

It was Twisted Sister's last ever performance in Canada before they draw the curtain on their 40-year career. He goes on to talk about the dressing room, which he says was a 10x10 space for 23 people. And Sapp says that the rider for that number of crew consisted of "a dozen small water bottles, five bags of chips, three granola bars, a couple of tiny toffee candies and a pack of something... I think it was gum." Read more here.

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