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More Download Fest Confirmations Announced

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More acts have been confirmed for Download Festival, which takes place on 10th, 11th & 12th June, at Donington Park, Leicestershire.

New for the Main Stage on Saturday are Anthrax, Alter Bridge, and Bowling for Soup, while new for Sunday are Nightwish, and Killswitch Engage.

There's also new bands for the Snickers Stage, with the Bled added for Friday. Saturday has added Meshuggah, Unearth, and Every Time I Die, and Sunday has added DKT/MC5, Lacuna Coil, Caliban, and As I Lay Dying.

These join bands previously announced, including Feeder, Garbage, Black Sabbath, Velvet Revolver, System of a Down, Slipknot, Mortorhead, and more. Click here for the full day and stage listings (so far) - more bands will be added in the coming weeks.

Three-day tickets are on sale, priced at £105, with camping costing an extra £22.50 (and with parking thrown in). Those not camping will (if required) need to buy an extra ticket to park their car, costing £5 if bought at the same time as festival tickets, or costing £10 on the day. Click here to buy tickets.

Source: eFestivals.co.uk

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1. Jonesy writes:

Apart from Friday's line up, the rest seems pretty f***ing decent!

# Mar 16, 2005 @ 12:36 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. ME writes:

God i hate living in america sometimes. Why do they not have the Download Festival HERE!?!?!? It looks to be one of the best shows all year. MESHUGGAH, SOAD, ANTHRAX, BLACK SABBATH, KILLSWITCH, LACUNA COIL, oh man.

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3. brokenwings13 writes:

Yeah, Tool should be on Download, but they're not. That's because they're in writing new material so they can play something new at a show!!

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