Download festival to be streamed live online

Faith No More, Korn, Slipknot to feature in broadcast

Download festival to be streamed live online
The Download Festival is set to be broadcast live online, it has been announced.

Headlined by Faith No More, Slipknot and Def Leppard, the event is set to take place at Donington Park on June 12-14, with action on the Main Stage set for internet broadcast.

Fans will be able to watch the action at the festival's official website, Downloadfestival.co.uk, during the bash.

Further acts taking to the Main Stage over the weekend include Korn, Limp Bizkit, ZZ Top and Stone Gods.

Other bands appearing at the festival are Marilyn Manson, The Prodigy and Loverman, while new additions include Bleed From Within and In Case Of Fire.

The full line-up of bands playing Download Festival is:

13 Riots
69 Eyes
A Day To Remember
Anvil
Architects
Attack! Attack!
Auger Bane
Backyard Babies
Billy Boy Poison
Billy Talent
Black Spiders
Black Stone Cherry
Blackhole New Device
Bleed From Within
Bring Me The Horizon
Buckcherry
Chris Cornell
Clutch
Dear Superstar
Def Leppard
Deviildriver
Dir En Grey
Dissolved In Linchpin
Don Broco
Down Hatebreed
Dragonforce
Dream Theater
Duff Mckagan's Loaded
Esoterica
Facecage
Faith No More
Fall From Grace
Fei Comodo
Fightstar
First Strike
Five Finger Death Punch
Flood Of Red
Forever Never
General Fiasco
Go Audio
God Forbid
Hardcore Superstar
Hexes
Hollywood Undead
Hostile
Hunting The Minotaur
In Case Of Fire
In This Moment
Japanese Voyeurs
Jett Black
Journey
Karma To Burn
Killswitch Engage
Korn
Lacuna Coil
Lauren Harris
Lawnmower Deth
Limp Bizkit
Logan
Loverman
Manraze
Marilyn Manson
Meshuggah
Middle Class Rut
Million $ Reload
Mötley Crüe
My Passion
No Americana
None The Less
Opeth
Papa Roach
Parkway Drive
Pendulum
People In Planes
Pulled Apart By Horses
Racous Jays
Ripper Owens
Sabbat
Sacred Mother Tongue
Serpico
Sevendust
Shinedown
Skin Tesla
Sleepercurve
Slipknot
Soho Brides
Staind
Static X
Steadlür
Steel Panter
Stone Gods
Suicide Silence
Sylosis
Symphony Cult
The Answer
The Auteur
The Blackout
The Computers
The Crave
The Ghost Of A Thousand
The Instigators
The Outcry Collective
The Prodigy
Therapy?
This City
Trigger The Bloodshed
Tripswitch
Trivium
Turbowolf
Twin Atlantic Exit Avenue
Violent
Voivod
Volbeat
We Are The Ocean
White Man Kamikaze
Whitesnake
You Me At Six
Young Guns
ZZ Top

To check the availability of Download Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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