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The Download Festival is a three day rock music festival held annually at Donington Parkmarker, Englandmarker (which hosted Monsters of Rock between 1980 and 1996, and 2002's Ozzfest). It takes place at the end of spring, and is owned and managed by Live Nation.

History

The Download Festival was conceived as a follow up to the Monsters of Rock festivals which had been held in at the Donington Parkmarker circuit between 1980 and 1996. Rather than run as a single day event Download was initially a 2 day event (expanding to 3 days in 2005).

The name Download was chosen for the festival for two reasons. Downloading was a dirty word in the music industry at the time, due to file sharing, and rock is seen as a rebelleous genre of music. The organisers faced pressure from the rest of the industry, with some even claiming that the Download Festival would "destroy the music industry"! Also Download was to be a Monsters Of Rock for the 21st Century and the internet would provide connectivity with its audience.

The 2003 festival tickets had a code on them, which would allow festival goers to download tracks from bands which had played. Although this idea has been dropped in subsequent years, the festival organisers have nurtured an online community through the Festival Forums. Initially a sounding board for the fans (and critics) of the festival, the boards have become an integral part of the festival organisation with regular contributions from Festival Director John Probyn and Promotor Andy Copping. The forums also provide face to face feedback through the Fan Forum meetings (started in 2006) and organise the Boardie BBQ (2006 on) and the Boardie Takeover night (2009), football tournaments and a pub quiz for the R.I.P. campers who arrive on a Wednesday night.

When Download began, it took place on the Donington Parkmarker circuit infield as had Monsters Of Rock. However in 2008 developments for Formula One meant that the infield was no longer suitable as a festival site. 2008 saw a move to the "Sunday Markets" site to the west of the circuit. Although adequate, numbers were limited and the location of the campsite meant that getting from your tent to the arena was quite a hike. 2009 saw the festival move to a much more suitable (and popular) location to the south of the circuit.

Download 2003

The first Download Festival was held in 2003. The headliners were originally Iron Maiden and Limp Bizkit, although Limp Bizkit pulled out and were replaced by Audioslave. Metallica attempted to step in as headliners, but were unable due to already being headliners at that year's Reading and Leeds Festivals. Instead, they played an unannounced "secret slot" in the afternoon on the second stage, with no sound check and after playing an exclusive club show in London the night before.

Main Stage
Saturday Sunday
Iron Maiden

Marilyn Manson


Deftones


Ministry


InMe


Murderdolls


Amen


Funeral for a Friend


Stampin' Ground


Shadows Fall


Murder One
Audioslave

Zwan


Flint


Apocalyptica


Less Than Jake


Disturbed


Stone Sour


Evanescence


Mudvayne


Spineshank


The Darkness


One Minute Silence


Raging Speedhorn


Instruction


Scuzz Stage
Saturday Sunday
A

Really Big Shoe


Taproot


Sepultura


Reef


HIM


Soil


The Hellacopters


SikTh


3 Colours Red


From Autumn to Ashes


QueenAdreena


Violent Delight


Arch Enemy


Chimaira
NOFX

Boysetsfire


The Bouncing Souls


Strung Out


Thrice


[Spunge
]

TSOL


Real McKenzies


Metallica


The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster


Brand New


Chevelle
Pulled out last minute, replaced with 2nd set from Instruction

Beatsteaks


Randy


Fabulous Disaster


Download 2004

In 2004, another stage was added to the festival, bringing the total to three. Seventy-two bands played over the two days. The 2004 event was also noticeable for several last minute hitches. First, Soil got lost on the way to Donington and missed their main stage appearance on Saturday (they later joined Drowning Pool on stage to perform Drowning Pool's "Bodies" and their own song "Halo"). Static-X missed their slot due to a bus breakdown. On Sunday, Slayer arrived on time, but their equipment did not, leading to a slot change from the middle of the afternoon on the main stage to a later slot (and longer set) on the second stage. Slayer were replaced on the main stage by Damageplan, who were scheduled to play the second stage. Their setlist ended with a rendition of Damageplan founders Vinnie Paul and Dimebag Darrell's most recognisable song from Pantera, "Walk."

The biggest news came from the headliners Metallica, however, when Lars Ulrich was rushed to hospital. Taking to the stage an hour and a half late, James Hetfield explained the situation with Lars and the show then began with Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo playing on "Battery" and "The Four Horsemen." Slipknot's Joey Jordison played the rest of the set apart from Fade to Black which was played by Metallica's drum technician, Flemming Larsen. The set featured no post-"Black Album" songs and was about an hour and ten minutes long: short for a headliner. The set is considered one of the band's most memorable performances.

The full line-up included:
Main Stage
Saturday Sunday
Linkin Park

Sum 41


The Stooges


The Hives


The Distillers


Cradle of Filth


Monster Magnet


Opeth


The Dillinger Escape Plan
Metallica

Korn


Slipknot


Slayer


Machine Head


Damageplan


Soulfly


Ill Niño


Turbonegro


Breed 77


Snickers "Game On" Stage
Saturday Sunday
Pennywise

Electric Six


Wildboyz
(Steve-o and Chris Pontius)

Arch Enemy


Biffy Clyro


Idiot Pilot


Million Dead


Instruction


36 Crazyfists


Akercocke


Viking Skull


Powder


The Bled
HIM

Bowling for Soup


Taking Back Sunday


Slayer


Life of Agony


Brides of Destruction


Drowning Pool


Hatebreed


Hoobastank


Trapt


Silvertide


Ricky Warwick


Terra Diablo


Barfly Stage
Saturday Sunday
Peaches

International Noise Conspiracy


Ikara Colt


thisGirl


Roxy Saint

The Glitterati


Surferosa


Burst


Lowfive

Yourcodenameis:Milo


Bullet for My Valentine


The Holiday Plan


Hiding Place


Fireapple Red
Suicide Girls

Young Heart Attack


Span


The Sounds


Dirty Americans


Recover


Amplifier


Do Me Bad Things


Danko Jones


The Black Dahlia Murder


Mooney Suzuki


Gonga


Despised Icon


Hurricane Party


Planet of Women


ScotlandIn June 2004 a two day Download Festival was held on Glasgow Greenmarker, several days before the Donington event. This had a limited line up with only nine bands performing over a two day period. However, the bands which did play were similar to those appearing at Donington including the headliners, Metallica and Linkin Park. Download Scotland also saw an appearance from the Welshmarker rock band Lostprophets who were unique to the event and did not perform at Donington.

Acts which also appeared over the two days at Download Scotland were Korn, Slipknot, Iggy and The Stooges, Machine Head, The Distillers and HIM.

The running order went as follows:
Day 1 Day 2
Metallica

Slipknot


Korn


HIM
Linkin Park

Lostprophets


The Stooges


The Distillers


Machine Head


Download 2005

A view of the Main stage at Download Festival 2005
Download 2005 was held again at Donington Park, on 10-12 June 2005. This festival was different from previous years as the Saturday was officially dubbed Ozzfest 2005, as well as an "Indie day" on the first day of the festival.

Billy Idol performed on the Snickers stage on the Friday night; his first UK gig after a lengthy hiatus, performing songs such as White Wedding, Rebel Yell and a cover version of Van Halen's anthem, Jump.

Feeder's frontman Grant Nicholas was so relieved the band won the crowd over (there were concerns that they would be received badly by the traditional attendee to the festival), he decided to smash his green Fender Jazzmaster guitar after "Descend" was performed. He later said that he regretted it, but also said he kept the neck and the tremeloes, and might use what was left to make a new guitar. A part of the body was thrown to a member of the crowd.

Lemmy also took to the stage, with former MC5 members, and Gilby Clarke, to perform Back in the USA.

Sleaze metal band Crashdiet played their first and so far only show in the UK on the Napster Stage.

Initially, Bert McCracken of The Used and Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance were asked to perform their cover of Under Pressure by Queen and David Bowie, but the former friends refused the offer to perform the cover as they had recently fallen out.

The official line-up included:

Main Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Feeder

Garbage


Dinosaur Jr


Megadeth


Biffy Clyro


The Others


JJ72


Idiot Pilot


Wednesday 13


Queen Adreena
Black Sabbath

Velvet Revolver


HIM


Anthrax


Alter Bridge


Bowling for Soup


A


The Mad Capsule Markets


The Dwarves


Trivium
System of a Down

Slipknot


Slayer


Nightwish


Killswitch Engage


Papa Roach


Mudvayne


Society 1


DV8


Snickers Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Billy Idol

The Used


My Chemical Romance


InMe


The Bled


Apocalyptica


Underøath


Lordi


Fozzy


Flogging Molly
In Flames

Chimaira


Lamb of God


Bullet for my Valentine


Meshuggah


Unearth


Every Time I Die


Open Hand


American Head Charge


The Hurt Process
Motörhead

DKT/MC5


Funeral for a Friend


Lacuna Coil


Mastodon


Shadows Fall


Helmet


Caliban


As I Lay Dying


Gizmachi


Send More Paramedics


The Mascara Story


Napster Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Napalm Death

Raging Speedhorn


Paradise Lost


A Change of Pace


Hurricane Party


Tokyo Dragons


Colour of Fire

Slunt


Just a Word

Crashdiet


Planet of Women
Helmet

The Lucky Nine


Breed 77


The Explosion


Towers of London


Johnny Truant


The Ga Ga's


The Answer


Panic Cell

Crucified Barbara


Diamond Nights


Don't Quit Your Day Job

City on Fire
Therapy?

Team Sleep


Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster


The Dresden Dolls


The Glitterati


The Saints


Engerica


3 Inches of Blood


Still Remains


No Hope in New Jersey

Acidtone

Henry Rollins
(Spoken word "sermon")


Download 2006

Alice in Chains at Download Festival 2006
The 2006 Download Festival was held at Donington Park, England on the 9th, 10th, and 11th of June. Download 2006 boasted the largest selling acts out of all the UK music festivals that year (in terms of the combined total of every act). The three days comprising the headlining acts (Tool, Metallica and Guns N' Roses) have sales of approximately 200-250 million albums between them, more than the entire line up of 2006's V Festival.

2006 was the first time the festival was mirrored in the Republic of Ireland, as Download Festival Ireland.

One memorable moment of the festival was the announcement that Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis had been rushed to hospital. Similar to 2004's Metallica set, Munky, Fieldy and David Silveria arrived and explained to the fans why Jonathan couldn't make it and played with guest vocalists Corey Taylor from Slipknot, Dez Fafara from DevilDriver, Jesse Hasek from 10 Years, Benji Webbe from Skindred, M. Shadows from Avenged Sevenfold, and Matt Heafy from Trivium. Lyrics from the song "Blind" were displayed on the screen for Matt Heafy. Another talking point of the festival was Metallica playing the album Master of Puppets in its entirety in honour of its twentieth anniversary. Guns N' Roses also performed material from the long forthcoming Chinese Democracy album which was received quite well by the crowd. Another was the return of Alice In Chains with a new singer replacing the late Layne Staley

Main StageThe main stage was situated in the centre of the arena with crowd control moving around it, and was the largest of all three stages, the safety barriers used at this stage were in a T shape so as to avoid crowd crush in the middle. The stage was open-air and named in honour of the 25th anniversary of Kerrang! magazine.

Main Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Tool

Deftones


Coheed and Cambria


Soulfly


Strapping Young Lad


Soil


Wicked Wisdom


Amplifier
Metallica

Korn


Trivium


Avenged Sevenfold


Stone Sour


Alice in Chains


Arch Enemy


Bloodsimple


Satyricon


Down
(Unannounced Set)
Guns N' Roses

Funeral for a Friend


Bullet for My Valentine


Cradle of Filth


Lacuna Coil


In Flames


36 Crazyfists


DragonForce


Hatebreed


Breed 77


Snickers StageThe Snickers Stage was situated in a tent, behind the main stage and was the second largest stage at the festival. Access to the stage was via a one-way system which attempted to spread people around the site, rather than all attempting to push through a rather small space.

Snickers Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
The All-American Rejects

Atreyu


InMe


Clutch


Fishbone


Dredg


Bleeding Through


Gojira


Throwdown


Suns of the Tundra
Alter Bridge

Opeth


Within Temptation


Secret Machines


Billy Talent


Henry Rollins


DevilDriver


SikTh


Johnny Truant


Khoma
The Prodigy

Alexisonfire


Eighteen Visions


Hundred Reasons


Aiden


Fightstar


From First to Last


DevilDriver
(Instead of Soilwork)

Zebrahead


God Forbid


Gibson/Myspace StageThe Myspace stage was the smallest of the three and under a smaller tent. It was positioned across from the front of the main stage.

Gibson/Myspace Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Ginger & The Sonic Circus

Backyard Babies


Cathedral


Engerica


Bullets & Octane


My Awesome Compilation

Animal Alpha


The Audition


Art of Dying


Enter Shikari


Kitty Hudson
Killing Joke

Reuben


Mondo Generator


Louie

This Is Menace


10 Years


Flyleaf


Manic

It Dies Today


Living Things


Exit Ten


Colon Open Bracket

Stonegard


My Alamo
Sick of it All

Lordi


Skindred


Moneen


Darkest Hour


Blindside


Mendeed


Bring Me the Horizon


The Zico Chain


Voodoo Six


Lauren Harris


Winterville


Streetlight Youth

I-Def-I


Snickers Bowl Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Gay for Johnny Depp

Keiko

SinTuition
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly

getAmped

The Hedrons
Viking Skull

Betty curse


Evergrey


Controversy

In addition to high temperatures and long queues for water, throughout most of the festival, bottles were thrown around the crowd, mostly in a harmless manner. However, during the Sunday headline set of Guns N' Roses, one or more bottles landed on the stage. This caused problems after the band's lead singer, Axl Rose, slipped on the wet surface and a bottle hit bassist Tommy Stinson. Stinson threw his bass, accidentally hitting one of the cameramen, and left the stage. He returned after the song and apologized, but warned the crowd that if this activity continued, he would leave for good. There were some disturbances but they eventually died down, and later in the set Rose commented "I'm actually having quite a good time now! I couldn't have said that an hour ago!"

On the final night, fires were started by some festival goers and police were called, arresting twelve people.. At around 4am, the fire brigade arrived to put out a large fire at the gold campsite. A number of people had taken the railings that had been used to separate the campsite area from the path and used them to barricade the road to prevent the fire engines from reaching the main fire. At this point a number of police assembled in riot gear, and proceeded to stop the troublemakers. The festival director, Stuart Galbraith, posted a message on the official website stating that "About 150 people spoiled the end of what had been a great weekend for over 75,000 of us."

Download 2007

The 2007 Download Festival took place on June 8-10 2007.

The three bands that headlined the 2007 festival were My Chemical Romance, Linkin Park and Iron Maiden. My Chemical Romance's announcement as headliners caused much disappointment with fans looking forward to a heavier lineup.

Through February, March and the beginning of April, more bands were announced in small groups of five or six, and on 17 April this lineup was arranged into days and stages on the official website. A further announcement of fifteen bands on 24 April added to this lineup, and announced the names of the second and third stages - The Dimebag Darrell Stage, and The Tuborg Stage.

Korn's Jonathan Davis stated that the reason for the band returning this year, was because of his absence due to illness last year. He states on the official Download Festival website, "I am so looking forward to coming to the Download Festival this year. I was heartbroken to pull out last time. So this time I am very happy to be coming back and we promise to rock the place! I will definitely make-up for missing the last one. You can expect an amazing Korn show!"

Download 2007 was Dimmu Borgir's first ever festival appearance in England. Hardcore Superstar pulled out of their slot on the Tuborg stage on the Sunday because their tour bus broke down in Germany.

Download 2007 also featured the first band to officially perform on the Thursday of the festival. Scumface played on the Tuborg Stage during the boardie barbecue.

Lamb Of God's DVD Walk With Me In Hell features the band's full performance at the festival.

Main Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
My Chemical Romance

Velvet Revolver


Wolfmother


DragonForce


Megadeth


Hinder


Buckcherry


Zico Chain
Linkin Park

Marilyn Manson


Slayer


Machine Head


Bowling for Soup


30 Seconds to Mars


Aiden


Shadows Fall


HELLYEAH


Turisas
Iron Maiden

Evanescence


Killswitch Engage


Stone Sour


Lamb of God


Mastodon


Papa Roach


Chimaira


Reuben


Parikrama


Dimebag Darrell Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Korn

Enter Shikari


Paramore


Porcupine Tree


Saosin


From Autumn to Ashes


Turbonegro


Ill Niño


ANJ
Mötley Crüe

Satellite Party


Biffy Clyro


My Vitriol


My Dying Bride


Gallows


Anathema


As I Lay Dying


Bring Me the Horizon


Bloodsimple


Elliot Minor


Cat the Dog
Billy Talent

Dream Theater


Dimmu Borgir


Within Temptation


Napalm Death


Paradise Lost


Orange Goblin


DevilDriver


Unearth


Cancer Bats


After Forever


Eyelash
Tuborg Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Suicidal Tendencies

Hayseed Dixie


yourcodenameis:milo


Job for a Cowboy


The Hedrons


Sanctity


I Was a Cub Scout


The Scare

This Et Al


Fortune Drive

Drive-by Argument
Head Automatica

Necro


The Answer


Silverstein


Lez Zeppelin


Architects


Priestess


Panic Cell

Beyond All Reason

My Alamo

Damone


Army of Freshmen


Malpractice
Reel Big Fish

Fastway


Cult of Luna


Lauren Harris


Fair to Midland


Kids in Glass Houses


Between the Trees


Flood of Red

Hardcore Superstar


Lights. Action!

Still Remains


In This Moment


The Ghost of a Thousand


LostAlone


Download 2008

The 2008 Download festival took place on June 13 - June 15. The 2008 festival had a significantly different layout to that of the previous years in that the festival arena area was situated in land to the west of the race track instead of the traditional venue of the race track infield area. Notable amongst numerous changes is that the Tuborg stage became larger and moved from a marquee to an open-air format, located on a tarmac car park. Chris Cornell was originally scheduled to play the festival, but he cancelled his European tour so he could focus on a new album. Twin Method, and Finger Eleven were announced to play but were removed from the official websites lineup. On the Friday of the festival, Kid Rock was meant to appear between Seether and Disturbed on the Main Stage but pulled out at the last minute. At first it was announced that this was due to illness, but it was later revealed he left the festival grounds after becoming dissatisfied with the amenities. This allowed the two bands, Disturbed and Judas Priest, to have longer sets.

The 2008 Boardie BBQ took place on the Gibson stage on Thursday June 12 and included a performance by Forever Never.

Main Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Kiss

Judas Priest


Motörhead


Disturbed


Seether


Beat Union


Black Tide
The Offspring

Incubus


Bullet for My Valentine


Biffy Clyro


Alter Bridge


Madina Lake


36 Crazyfists


Job for a Cowboy


Skindred


Sign


Lostprophets

Jimmy Eat World


Coheed & Cambria


In Flames


Within Temptation


Apocalyptica


Black Stone Cherry


Fightstar


From First to Last


Glamour of the Kill


Tuborg Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Simple Plan

Rise Against


Rival Schools


The Subways


The Fall of Troy


Comeback Kid


The Black Dahlia Murder


Stone Gods


Zebrahead
HIM

Ash


Pendulum


Ace Frehley


Amon Amarth


Bleeding Through


Throwdown


A Day to Remember


The Devil Wears Prada


Alesana


Annotations of an Autopsy

Malefice
Cavalera Conspiracy

Children of Bodom


The Wildhearts


Elliot Minor


Kids in Glass Houses


Chiodos


Airbourne


Rose Tattoo


Lethal Bizzle


Municipal Waste


Animal Alpha


Cry For Silence


Gibson Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
The Dillinger Escape Plan

Kill Hannah


Slaves to Gravity


High on Fire


In Case of Fire

Blackhole

Hostile

Firewind


Caimbo

Rolo Tomassi


Lovvers
Testament

Saxon


Johnny Truant


Fighting With Wire


Brigade


Army of Freshmen


The Haze

Big Linda

The Last Supper

Trigger the Bloodshed

Mexicolas


Go:Audio


Rise to Remain

Verra Cruz
Jonathan Davis

Valient Thorr


Haunts


August Burns Red


Voodoo Six


Between the Buried and Me


Ted Maul


Canterbury

Exit Ten


The Galvatrons


Sons of Albion

Devil Sold His Soul


Invasion


Download 2009

The 2009 Download Festival took place on June 12–14 at Donington Park with a typical capacity of 80,000. Headliners were Faith No More, Slipknot and Def Leppard. Other notable performers included Limp Bizkit, who are playing with their original line-up for the first time since 2001, Trivium returning for their third appearance and first head lining spot, Anvil, the band featured in the 2008 film Anvil! The Story of Anvil, and Steel Panther, who were making their first appearance in the UK on the Tuborg Stage. A fourth stage, the "Red Bull Bedroom Jam Stage", also made an appearance at this year's festival. This stage will be touring other UK festivals, such as T in the Park in Baladomarker, Scotlandmarker, and the Underage Festival in Victoria Parkmarker, Londonmarker.

The 2009 Boardie BBQ took place in the Red Bull Bedroom Jam Stage on Thursday June 11. This year the band was Attica Rage.

The Thursday night of the 2009 festival also saw the Boardie Takeover night. Four bands, three DJ's: Cyst, Dave KC and Gabber Fox, two singers, a stand-up and a burlesque dancer - all members of the Festival Forums - performed to a full house in the End Tent. These bands were Scumface (returning after a successful appearance at the Boardie BBQ in 2007), Orestea, Echovirus and headliners, Silent Descent.

On Monday 18 May the festival confirmed on its official website that Camping tickets had completely sold out.

On 19 May, it was revealed in an interview with Andy Copping on Music Channel Scuzz that there will be secret sets. It was later revealed the bands would be Enter Shikari and Thunder.

On Wednesday 3 June, one week before the campsite opened, Download released a further 2,500 camping tickets. These limited tickets sold out within 24 hours of being released.

The winners of the "Red Bull Bedroom Jam Competition" was Gravesendmarker-based band After The Ordeal. This set was the first ever 'virtual gig', with the band playing live from their bedroom and this footage being streamed live onto the Main Stage at Download Festival, between Pendulum and Marilyn Manson.

There has been many complaints and rumours concerning the state and condition of Marilyn Manson during his set, which included him starting late, finishing early, replacing many lyrics by repeating "etcetera", throwing his microphones and bottles of water, and going behind stage equipment and taking tanks of oxygen through a mask during songs.

The winners of the "Tuborg Battle of the bands" was Leedsmarker punk band Acid Drop and they opened the Tuborg stage on Saturday 13 June.

The Ghost of a Thousand were scheduled to headline the Red Bull Bedroom Jam Stage on Saturday but the band cancelled. The Blackout stepped in to play their slot, thus giving The Blackout two slots on the festival's bill.

Main Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Faith No More

Korn

Limp Bizkit

Killswitch Engage

Billy Talent

Staind

The Blackout

Hollywood Undead
Slipknot

Marilyn Manson

Pendulum

Dragonforce

Down

Hatebreed

DevilDriver

Five Finger Death Punch

Ripper Owens
Def Leppard

Whitesnake

ZZ Top

Dream Theater

Journey

Black Stone Cherry

Skin

Tesla

Stone Gods



2nd Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Mötley Crüe

Opeth

Lacuna Coil

Bring Me the Horizon

Dir en grey

Parkway Drive

A Day to Remember

In This Moment

Steadlür
The Prodigy

Chris Cornell

You Me At Six

The Answer

Static-X

Fightstar

In Case of Fire

Hardcore Superstar

Symphony Cult

The Crave
Trivium

Papa Roach

Buckcherry

Clutch

Shinedown

Volbeat

Karma to Burn

Sevendust

God Forbid

Suicide Silence

Trigger the Bloodshed

Sacred Mother Tongue



Tuborg Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Meshuggah

Duff McKagan's Loaded

Backyard Babies

Voivod

Enter Shikari

Middle Class Rut

Lauren Harris

Sylosis

Bleed from Within

Hunting the Minotaur

Sleepercurve
Anvil

Architects

Thunder

Lawnmower Deth

Man Raze

General Fiasco

Billy Boy On Poison

Loverman

Facecage

Black Spiders

No Americana

Acid Drop
Go:Audio

Therapy?

The 69 Eyes

Sabbat

Steel Panther

Dear Superstar

Hexes

Hostile

esOterica

Pulled Apart by Horses

Turbowolf

Violent Soho

Brides



Red Bull Bedroom Jam Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday
Blackhole

New Device

DissolvedIn

Linchpin

Don Broco

The Outcry Collective

White Man Kamikaze

Young Guns

Tripswitch

The Instigators
The Blackout

This City

People In Planes

My Passion

The Auteur

None The Less

13 Riots

Forever Never

Serpico

The Computers

Japanese Voyeurs

Auger Bane
We Are the Ocean

Flood of Red

Exit Avenue

First Strike

Twin Atlantic

Attack! Attack!

Logan

Fei Comodo

Jett Black

Million $ Reload

Raucous Jays

Fall from Grace



Download 2010

The 2010 festival is scheduled to take place 11th-13th of June.Steel Panther are the only confirmed act so far. Five finger death punch have also mentioned a appearance at download on the shock and raw uk tour. There is much speculation on the internet as to who the other acts will be and which of the three days they will play, but at the moment this is only speculation.

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