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New Kamelot endorsement!


We are very pleased to add 64 Audio to Kamelot’s prestigious endorsement list for in-ear monitors. Kamelot joins Seal, Bon Jovi, One Republic and many other artists that use 64 Audio.

Kamelot announce Tel Aviv show


We are pleased to announce our very first concert in Israel! The band will do a single concert in Tel Aviv on November 12, 2017 at Havana Club. You can buy your tickets at the following location: https://www.tixwise.co.il/he/kamelot “This is an amazing opportunity at last to bring Kamelot music live to fans

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Kamelot joins forces with RTN Touring!


Symphonic metal masters Kamelot have agreed to terms with the Austrian based booking agency RTN Touring. Thomas Youngblood, Kamelot founding member, states: “I am very pleased to be working with Stefan and RTN Touring in Europe! We plan to conquer Europe and bring the band to new territories. Our main

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Oliver Palotai to participate at the 2017 Musikmesse Trade Show


Our keyboardist Oliver Palotai will participate at the 2017 Musikmesse in Frankfurt, Europe’s largest trade show for musical instruments. He’ll be participating at Steinberg stage to unveil some of his very own production tips in Cubase. The date is next April 7th at 2pm CEST. More information at the following location: https://www.steinberg.net/en/community/events/2017/musikmesse_2017

Kamelot Exclusive Jacket available


As part of our new European Merchandise Store, we are offering this exclusive jacket for a limited time only. Be quick and get yours at the following location! https://www.merchlandshop.com/shop/zeige/kamelot/kamelot-varsity-jacke-vorbestellung

Kamelot Music Used By Japan’s Synchronized Swimming Duet At Rio Olympics


Japan’s Yukiko Inui and Risako Mitsui used a medley of Camelot songs (“Karma”, “The Spell” and “Ghost Opera”) for their synchronized swimming duet routine at the Rio Olympics. Inui and Mitsui previously presented the same routine during their appearance at the FINA World Aquatics Championships 2015 in Kazan, Russia. Inui and Matsui are hoping for Japan’s first Olympic medal in the event since Emiko Suzuki and Saho Harada won bronze in

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