Many more acts have been announced for the 15th Download Festival, which takes place at Donington Park over the weekend of Friday 9th to Sunday 11th June 2017
Also newly confirmed - in alphabetical order - are Aaron Buchanan And The Cult Classics, Alestorm, Anathema, As It Is, Blood Youth, Brutai, Casey, Dead Label, Dead!, Devilskin, Dinosaur Pile Up, Fizzy Blood, Grove Street Families, Holding Absence, I The Mighty, Idles, Junior, Like A Storm, M O S E S, Normandie, Northlane, Red Sun Rising, Sabaton, She Must Burn, State Champs, Stone Broken, The Cadillac Three, The Charm, The Fury, The Contortionist, The Devil Wears Prada, The King Blues, The LaFontaines, The Lounge Kittens, Touche Amore, Trash Boat, Venom Prison, Wallflower, and Wednesday 13.
They join the previously announced headliners of System of a Down, Biffy Clyro, and Aerosmith, and more. For the full details so far please see the Download line-up page. In total around 150 acts appear over five stages over the three days of the festival.
Download Festival's Andy Copping said: "We're committed to delivering the best in rock and metal year on year for the Download fans, and this year is no exception. We're thrilled to have core acts in the likes of Steel Panther, A Day To Remember, Dillinger Escape Plan, The Cadillac Three, Suicidal Tendencies and more, along with some of the most exciting new talent in the game such as Creeper, Red Sun Rising and Hacktivist. Right through from The Dogtooth Stage, all the way to the top, fans are guaranteed to witness an incredible weekend of music from their trusted favourites, and discover new favourite bands of the future."
Tickets are priced as follows:
Day Tickets: £75
Weekend Arena Only: £170
3 Night Camping: £195
5 Night Camping: £205
Car parking £20
Tickets are also available on the ticket deposit scheme at no extra cost, allowing fans to pay a small deposit to secure their ticket and then settle with equal monthly payments.
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