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Download Festival Confirm 33 Bands In New Announcement

Joining headliners Rammstein, Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden at the 2016 Donington Park bash with day splits are the newly-announced…
Architects

Even more names have been added to the Download Festival 2016 bill – including Architects, Neck Deep, Twin Atlantic, Beartooth and Killswitch Engage!

Joining headliners Rammstein, Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden at the 2016 Donington Park bash with day splits are the newly-announced…

Friday 10 June:

The Amity Affliction, Counting Days, Gutterdämmerung, Havok, Killswitch Engage, Skillet, Twin Atlantic, Fort Hope.

Saturday 11 June:

Architects, Atreyu, Beartooth, Black Foxxes, Dead!, Down, Milk Teeth, Neck Deep, Rival Sons, Skindred, TesseracT, Lawnmower Deth.

Sunday 12 June:

Attila, Billy Talent, Breaking Benjamin, Delain, Don Broco, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Ghost, Gojira, Halestorm, Ho99o9, Saxon, ShinedownTremonti.

The announcement rounds off a seriously killer line-up, also consisting of Korn, Deftones, Nightwish, Disturbed, Motörhead and Megadeth. Anyone else wishing it was June already? Yep, thought so.

Download Festival 2016 takes place at Donington Park from June 10 – 12 – pick up your tickets now from the this link. Don’t miss out!

Check out the latest line-up poster:

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Still need some convincing? Check out K!’s 10 Reasons You Need To Go To Download Festival 2016:

Posted on December 6th 2015, 9:00pm
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