HRH have announced the final 15 acts who’ll be joining the line-up for their pedal to the metal celebration of Adult-Oriented Rock: HRH AOR VII, at Camp HRH between Thursday 14th and Sunday 17th March, 2019. This brings the total line-up to 41 hand-picked artists, all chosen by the fans and HRH Community – the HRH way.

Joining the already-announced headliners Tyketto and UFO, HRH is proud to announce that Ted Poley (the voice of Danger Danger) will also be headlining. Ted joined Danger Danger back in the late ‘80s and together the band rode the end of decade wave of glam metal to much acclaim. Ted sang on two Danger Danger albums: the self-titled ‘Danger Danger’ and ‘Screw It!’ and toured with giants like Alice Cooper and KISS. In 1993, Ted parted ways with Danger Danger and formed Bone Machine with guitarist John Allen III, releasing three albums (including a live album made while touring in the UK in 1995).

Ted has also been in Melodica and Poley Pichler. He reconciled with Danger Danger, first reaching an agreement to release their album ‘Cockroach’ as 2 discs: one Ted Poley’s vocals and another by the vocalist who’d replaced him, Paul Laine. Then in 2004, Ted rejoined Danger Danger and began to tour with them once more. If you’re a gamer as well as a rocker, you might’ve heard Ted Poley on tracks he recorded for Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog games: there’s a first for HRH AOR!

Also joining the line-up are Jizzy Pearl’s Love/Hate and Wayward Sons; also Heavy Pettin; Rest; Knock out Kaine; The New Breed; Burnt out Wreck; Tomorrow is Lost; Reece; Black Star Bullet; Sykko Dolls; Trench Dogs; Last Great Dreamers; Wraith; and Damn Dice.

 They join the amazing array of talent assembled and announced, including Dave Bickler (ex Survivor,) – singer of the massive hit Eye of the Tiger, and many, many other bands. For full details, see the website

Enjoy this uber- awesome line-up, along with state-of-the-art staging, high quality accommodation, and beautiful surroundings in North Wales, not to mention HRH’s trademark fun, shenanigans and vibrant rock-lovin’ community.

For full and up-to-date listings, check the website (, and follow the festival on social media.

HRH AOR VII takes place at Camp HRH, Pwllheli, North Wales, Gwynedd, between Thursday 14th  and Sunday 17th March, 2019, amidst its beautiful North Wales coastal surroundings. Remember, HRH events sell out very quickly. There are only 48 weekend passes left, with a last chance to win one, if you’re fast and lucky, but when they’re gone, as Head Honcho Jonni Davis puts it: “BOOM!”

If you want to experience this amazing event, snap up those few remaining weekend passes ASAP, either online at], or ring the booking office on 0207 193 1164. And if you’ve after a campervan rock festival opportunity, get in touch to check out what HRH AOR VII can offer you!


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