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September 2019
Festivals

Smashing Pumpkins, State Champs, Slayer and more have joined the bill for Download 2019

The event will take place next June.
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Published: 3:30 pm, November 19, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Smashing Pumpkins, State Champs, Slayer and more have joined the bill for Download 2019

Download have announced their second batch of bands for 2019.

The new names read: Alien Weaponry, Anthrax, Badflower, Black Futures, Blackberry Smoke, Dream Theater, Eagles Of Death Metal, I Prevail, The Interrupters, Jinjer, Lamb Of God, Man With A Mission, nothing,nowhere., Our Last Night, Riding The Low, Royal Republic, Slayer, The Smashing Pumpkins, State Champs, Underside, Whitechapel, Yours Truly and Zebrahead.

They'll join previously announced headliners Def Leppard, Slipknot and Tool, as well as Slash featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators, Whitesnake, Rob Zombie, Trivium, Amon Amarth, Carcass, Delain, Die Antwoord, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes, Opeth, Power Trip, Reel Big Fish, Skindred, Starset, Tesla, The Amity Affliction and Underoath.

The three-day festival takes place from 14th-16th June 2019 at Donington Park, Leicestershire. Visit downloadfestival.co.uk/tickets for more info.

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