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April 2020
Festivals

Download 2020 will be headlined by Iron Maiden, Kiss and System of a Down

Deftones, Korn, and The Offspring are also among the confirmed acts.
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Published: 9:19 pm, September 23, 2019
Download 2020 will be headlined by Iron Maiden, Kiss and System of a Down

Download 2020 will be headlined by Iron Maiden, Kiss and System of a Down (pictured).

The festival has also announced a few lower-down-the-bill bookings, including Deftones, Korn, Disturbed, The Offspring, Of Mice and Men, Alestorm, Gojira, Black Veil Brides, and Daughtry.

Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson says: "Next year we will play a number of countries and cities we have yet to visit on this incredible tour, so it is terrific to be able to accept the invitation to return to Download in 2020 and we will certainly go to town and add a few extra items to the show. This will be our seventh time headlining at Donington Park. It's home turf and we all really enjoy playing this Festival, the vibe from the crowd is always fantastic."

The festival will take place in Donington from 12th-14th June.

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