We have worked out some special room rates through the La Quinta Inn in Temecula mention you are there for Up From the Ashes and they will have rooms for $89 a night! EXCEPT Saturday night which is $129. Apparently there are a few other events this weekend so discounted rates have been hard to come by for most hotels this weekend! They will only have a handful available so book as soon as possible!

La Quinta Inn
27330 Jefferson Avenue
Temecula, CA 92590
(951) 296-1003
Tickets for this once in a lifetime Anniversary show are very limited and available now at www.ticketmaster.com or www.ticketweb.com

AND You can now download the EXCLUSIVE (AND FREE) show sampler for Up From The Ashes III! The sampler features an EXCLUSIVE Deliverance track off the upcoming Deliverance tribute CD “Temporary Insanity – A Salute to Deliverance” as well as tracks from EVERY SINGLE ARTIST PLAYING THIS YEAR’S FESTIVAL! Check it out at the link below…


“I’m looking forward to rocking out to great metal that night,” says HM editor DVP. “It’s always fun to set my feet back down upon Californian soil, too. So glad to see all these bands playing.”

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