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The Kerrang! Signing Tent Returns To Download Festival 2018!

If you’re heading to Donington, you’re gonna meet some brilliant bands…

This year’s Download Festival is set to be one of the biggest and best yet, with the mighty Avenged Sevenfold, Guns N’ Roses and Ozzy Osbourne headlining the Donington Park bash, and a truck-load of incredible acts playing across the June weekender.

And now, you lucky, lucky people, we’d like to make your festival experience just that bit more exciting. How? With the return of the Kerrang! Signing Tent, of course!

That’s right, in just over two weeks’ time, we’re going to give you guys the chance to meet your favourite bands, tell them how much they mean to you, and get their autographs scribbled.

The Kerrang! Signing Tent will be running all weekend, and will feature some of Download Festival’s biggest names, including Parkway Drive, Black Stone Cherry, Shinedown, Cancer Bats, Neck Deep, Bury Tomorrow, Bullet For My Valentine and loads more!

We’ll be announcing even more bands, as well as the Kerrang! Signing Tent’s running times, very soon, so keep your eyes peeled on Kerrang.com and across K!’s social media for more. (And please remember: the line-up is subject to change.)

Download Festival takes place 8-10 June at Donington Park. Grab your tickets here, and see the full line-up below.

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