Download Festival 2011 line-up

All the bands confirmed for the three-day rock festival

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The Donnington Park-based rock festical is being held from 10-12 June, 2011. To check ticket availability, head to NME.COM/tickets.

The bands confirmed for the festival are as follows:

Friday 10th June

Main Stage:
Def Leppard
The Darkness
Alter Bridge
Thin Lizzy
Black Stone Cherry
Duff McKagen's Loaded
Puddle Of Mudd
CKY

Second Stage:
Pendulum
Korn
Bring Me The Horizon
Children of Bodom
The Damned Things
Young Guns
Anti-Flag
Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows

Pepsi Max Stage
Danzig
Times Of Grace
Asking Alexandria
Hyro Da Hero
Royal Republic
Sweet Savage

Red Bull BedroomJam.com Stage
Envy Of The State
Illuminatus?
Kellermensch

Saturday 11th June:

Main Stage:
System Of A Down
Avenged Sevenfold
Skunk Anansie
Down
Hollywood Undead
Skindred
Escape the Fate
All That Remains
The Devil Wears Prada

Second Stage:
Alice Cooper
Twisted Sister
Cheap Trick
Mr. Big
Dio Disciples
Clutch
Dan Reed
Rock Sugar
Bosshoss
Rise To Remain
Chthonic
Sacred Mother Tongue

Pepsi Max Stage:
Funeral For A Friend
The King Blues
Sevendust
Evile
Trash Talk
Your Demise
LetLive
VersaEmerge
Ghost
Straight Line Stitch
TRC
Houston
The Rods

Red Bull BedroomJam.com Stage:
The Dangerous Summer
Blitz Kids
The Morning After
Heights
Dear Superstar

Sunday 12th June:

Main Stage:
Linkin Park
Bullet For My Valentine
Disturbed
The Gaslight Anthem
The Pretty Reckless
Bowling For Soup
Madina Lake
Biohazard
Wayne Static

Second Stage:
Rob Zombie
The Cult
Black Veil Brides
Buckcherry
Turisas
Gwar
Kvelertak
Karma To Burn
Malefice
Yashin
Suicide Silence

Pepsi Max Stage:
Frank Turner
Plain White T's
Silverstein
Framing Hanley
Lower Than Atlantis
Deaf Havana
T-34
Starseed
My Darkest Days
Jameson Raid

Red Bull BedroomJam.com Stage:
Baptized in Blood
The Dead Lay Waiting
Belligerence
October File
Oaf
Skeletal Damage

See www.downloadfestival.co.uk for more details

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