Fightstar, Answer and Bring Me The Horizon added to Download line-up

They join Faith No More, Slipknot and Def Leppard at Donington Park

Fightstar, Answer and Bring Me The Horizon added to Download line-up
The Answer, Fightstar and Bring Me The Horizon have been added to this year's Download Festival line-up.

Staind, Stone Gods, Static-X and Sevendust have also been announced as performers at the Donington Park event, which takes place from June 12 to 14.

The line-up for Download so far is:

Bring Me The Horizon
Dir En Grey
Faith No More
Slipknot
Def Leppard
Korn
Marilyn Manson
Whitesnake
Limp Bizkit
Pendulum
ZZ Top
Motley Crue
The Prodigy
Dream Theater
Trivium
Killswitch Engage
Billy Talent
Dragonforce
Buck Cherry
Anvil
The Blackout
Devildriver
Five Finger Death Punch
Lawnmower Deth
Loaded
Meshuggah
Opeth
Steadlür
You Me At Six
Fightstar
Sevendust
Staind
Static X
Stone Gods
The Answer


For more information go to Downloadfestival.co.uk.

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