What did you all think of Biffy’s headline set then? You can read our full report here and let us know what you thought by commenting below. Right then, what should you get up to today?
1. Pace yourself
Ok, so you’ve made it this far without too many mosh pit related injuries, without losing all of your belongings in a freak portaloo incident, and without drinking so much warm cider that you hallucinate that you’re a member of Metallica and decide to strip to your three-day old boxers and roll around in the mud while belting out their hits (hopefully). Let’s make the last day the best day, and pace yourself.
That’s the message from festival organiser Stuart Galbraith anyway:
2. Watch Sean Hughes
The Never Mind The Buzzcocks star and stand-up is bringing his festival show to Sonisphere today. Catch him at 4.30pm on the Bohemia Stage – and add some laughs to your rawking and moshing.
3. Join in the two minutes silence for Paul Gray
The bassist and Slipknot songwriter died last year and the music world is still in shock. Join the two minute’s silence at 2pm to pay tribute to a legend.
Watch Corey Taylor talk about Paul Gray below:
4. See Bill Bailey headline
7.55pm on the Saturn Stage. He’ll bring the beard and the comedy. You bring the beer.
Here’s the sort of thing you can expect:
5. Watch Slipknot close the weekend
On the Apollo Stage, 9pm, the band will be returning to the stage after their tumultuous year in 2010. The perfect way to the end the weekend, watch the video for this hit and get ready to sign off Sonisphere 2011 in style.
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