NOTP XV moved to 2022

Dear friends of our Night Of The Prog Festival,

After some time we want to get in touch again to give you some updates about the current situation. And we are still very impressed and grateful how great your support has been and still is. We are still living in strange times. A few weeks ago we already announced that we would contact you in April / May with news about the festival.

At the beginning of the year we were optimistic that the NOTP festival could take place. Of course, we were already aware at that time that there could be no guarantees and that if the festival were to take place, there would be special conditions that we didn’t have in previous years. So in the last few weeks we checked everything for feasibility – this concerns the logistics, possible corona-related conditions (tests, more security, distance on the festival grounds etc), but also everything around the organisation of the actual performances of the bands themselves.

In the end, it became clear that the uncertainties would continue beyond May. However, countless decisions have to be made now and the bands also need to make further plans. Besides the corona-related rules such as possible quarantines, there is also the Brexit, which makes touring difficult for many bands these days, and of course the fact that it is an international festival with bands and fans from all over the world is also an issue. So with a heavy heart we decided to move the festival another time.

It will now take place between 22 and 24 July 2022 – of course at the well-known location in the Loreley Amphitheatre.

We are trying to have as many bands as possible from the 20/21 line-up back in 2022 and some bands have already confirmed their participation. We will announce the line up for 2022 again individually (band by band) in the next weeks and months.

STEVE HACKETT is already confirmed for Saturday, 23rd July 2022 (Headliner).

Once again, we would like to ask you not to return your tickets. The tickets you have already bought will of course remain valid. Should we be able to offer further NOTP activities beyond the three days in 2022, ticket holders will of course receive attractive conditions.

Of course you can also support us by buying our merchandise

We are aware that many people are disappointed – others will think “that was to be expected”. We are all in the same boat here and we are sure that together we will get through this lean period. We know what the festival means to you and we will not give it up.

NOTP 2020 postponed

The ongoing Corona crisis also affects our Night Of The Prog Festival 2020. We regret to inform you that we have no choice (due to decisions made by our government) but to postpone this year’s festival to 2021 (16th – 18th July). We will be back shortly with more information about ticket issues etc. Please be patient until next week!

NOTP 2020 – Sunday, 19th July: PFM confirmed!

Premiata Forneria Marconi (better known as PFM) are an Italian progressive rock band. The band was founded in 1970. They were one of the first Italian groups to enjoy international success and are up to date the most successfull Italian band, entering the Billboard Charts. In their early days, the group also recorded five albums with English lyrics between 1973 and 1977, which brought success in both, British and American charts. They also played at the popular Reading Festival in England and on a very popular national television program in the United States.


NOTP 2020 – Saturday, 18th July: JADIS confirmed!

JADIS are a band hailing from the south of England and were formed in the 80ies. They fall into the category Progressive Rock/ Neo Prog / Classic Rock, although they have their own distinctive sound comprising crunching guitar riffs, melodic leads and solos, dramatic  soundscapes, vocal harmonies as well as playing contrasting pastural acoustic pieces with flute, 12 string guitar and piano. 


NOTP 2020 – Saturday, 18th July: GABRIEL

Gabriel Agudo is a singer, songwriter, musician and producer born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and is associated with the progressive rock genre. Currently as a solo artist, he became known as former lead singer and one of the main songwriters in the band Bad Dreams. Gabriel is also one of the lead singers of the In Continuum Band (Dave Kerzner’s supergroup project), and also the lead singer of The Steve Rothery Band while touring in South America. 


NOTP 2020 – Saturday, 18th July: AYREON



AYREON is a progressive rock project by Dutch songwriter, singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Arjen Anthony Lucassen. Ayreon’s albums contain complex storylines featuring a lot of different characters. Their concept albums are critically acclaimed and very popular among fans. The music brings together classic progressive rock instruments with more classical or folk instruments.