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Devil horn hands at the ready! The UK's Number One heavy rock event is
fast approaching - and the Donington Park event's line up is as brilliant as ever. Heading up the bill on the Main Stage on
14 June are mask-wearing metal titans Slipknot, who have made the event a second home over the years. On the Saturday Iron
Maiden return to rock the park, while German industrial metal godheads Rammstein are set to close the event with a pyrotechnic-doused
show on the Sunday.
But Download Festival isn't just known for its pounding Main Stage shows - the hard rock pedigree
runs throughout the whole site. Rap metal totems Limp Bizkit are heading up the Zippo Encore stage on the Sunday night, while
the likes of Enter Shikari, Queens Of The Stone Age, HIM, The Hives and Alice In Chains can be found elsewhere on the Download
Festival 2013 line-up.
You won't find more rock in one place anywhere else, so grab your Download Festival tickets on
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More About Download Festival - Life is
Established as a follow-up to the famous Monsters of Rock event at Donington, this frenzied festival launched
in 2003 as a weekend event before expanding to three days in 2005. Since then it has gained a reputation as the biggest metal
festival in the world - and a glance at the acts who have played the event before gives a clue as to why. From AC/DC to Iron
Maiden, Slipknot to Def Leppard, Faith No More to Kiss, anyone who's anyone in the world of alternative music has to play
this event. Steadily growing in size and scale over the years, by the 2012 event there were five large stages, with headliners
The Prodigy, Metallica and Black Sabbath showing that in terms of heavy rock thrills, Download Festival tickets are all you
need. Buy yours and rock on with StubHub UK today.
More Festival Events
Fans heading to Download Festival
might also want to check out Reading Festival, where
Green Day, Eminem and Biffy Clyro are set to headline, or the Isle Of Wight Festival, where scheduled acts include The Rolling Stones.