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Missing the summer festivals? Jam out to these rocking slots at Boom Casino


Most music festivals this summer have been cancelled, and perhaps you are sitting on an unused festival ticket. We have rounded up some great musical slots that will give you a small taste of the festival experience!

Guns N’ Roses

Guns N’ Roses was the first slot in NetEnt’s Rocks series and still stands as one of the best music-themed slots to date. This epic video slot has a playlist that lets you put on some of Guns N’ Roses greatest hits, including Welcome to the Jungle, Paradise City, and Sweet Child O’ Mine. What’s more, the game is packed with fun bonus features such as Encore Free Spins with wild reels, a Crowd-Pleaser picking game, and multiplier symbols!

Ozzy Osbourne

Ozzy Osbourne has had a long career with twelve solo albums and nine albums with his colleagues in Black Sabbath. Last year, the Prince of Darkness got his very own NetEnt slot. The Ozzy Osbourne slot features the famous songs Crazy Train, Mr Crowley, and Diary Of A Madman. Look out for the Symbol Charge Up feature that is triggered by two scatters, and land all three scatters to get free spins with special features on every spin.


Sabaton is a Swedish heavy metal band that made the charts with hits like The Last Stand and Great War. In 2019, the band teamed up with Play’n GO to create a slot that is a must-play for fans of their music. The game features some of Sabaton’s best tracks and a series of exciting features: chained reels, last stand wild reels and a bonus game with special mega symbols. Rock on!

Jimi Hendrix

NetEnt has made slots with some truly legendary bands and artists over the years, including one of the most influential electric guitarists of all time – Jimi Hendrix. The Jimi Hendrix slot comes with a wide range of fun bonus features, such as the Purple Haze random feature and four different free spins bonuses. All while some of Jimi’s most memorable songs play in the background.

Jam out to these rocking slots at Boom Casino!