VirtualFestivals.com is reporting that NAPALM DEATH, HELMET, and THERAPY? will headline the Napster Third Stage at this year's Download festival, with TOWERS OF LONDON, EIGHTIES MATCHBOX B-LINE DISASTER and RAGING SPEEDHORN also confirmed.
Dozens more bands will be added in the coming weeks, with some very special plans being drawn up to transform the Third Stage into a fully-loaded, interactive experience for festival goers.
Stage sponsor Napster is also showing its commitment to pushing the festival forward, by offering ticket holders access to up to one million free download tracks. By using a unique code on each ticket, festival goers will be able to get free wallpapers, screensavers, videos and tracks from the Download web site here.
Download 2005 takes place June 10-12 at Donington Park, Leicestershire, England. SYSTEM OF A DOWN, SLIPKNOT, BLACK SABBATH, MC5, VELVET REVOLVER and H.I.M. are among those confirmed.
Weekend tickets cost £105, plus an extra £22.50 for camping. Day tickets are £45 Friday and £50 Saturday and Sunday.
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