Download has already confirmed Slipknot, Iron Maiden and Rammstein as its main stage headliners for June 14th-16th, while bands including Mastodon, Queens Of The Stone Age and 30 Seconds To Mars were also early additions.
One band just signed up for this year, Limp Bizkit, stole the festival’s thunder somewhat by breaking the news on their official Facebook page last night (January 15th) with a post that read:
“We are really excited to play India February 16 and 17. It’s been long enough! We’ve always wanted to visit there. Also – plans for an exclusive USA run are underway for April/May. Did somebody say Sonisphere and Download after that?!! And the UK? And Europe? And Russia? And Australia? And Asia? It cannot be!! Let’z get your Bizkit on!!!”
Tickets details and more information can be found over at Download’s official website.
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