KID ROCK, BLEEDING THROUGH, THROWDOWN Confirmed For UK's DOWNLOAD Festival

KID ROCK, BLEEDING THROUGH, THROWDOWN, THE SUBWAYS and THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER have been confirmed for this year's Download festival, set to take place the weekend of June 13-15 at Donington Park, Leicestershire, UK.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

36 CRAZYFISTS
ALTER BRIDGE
BLEEDING THROUGH
CHILDREN OF BODOM
CHRIS CORNELL
COHEED AND CAMBRIA
DISTURBED
HIM
IN FLAMES
INCUBUS
JIMMY EAT WORLD
JOB FOR A COWBOY
JONATHAN DAVIS
JUDAS PRIEST
KID ROCK
KISS
LOSTPROPHETS
MOTÖRHEAD
RISE AGAINST
THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER
THE OFFSPRING
THE SUBWAYS
THROWDOWN

Tickets for Download are on sale now, priced at: a full weekend ticket £130, standard camping £20, camper van £40, family zone camping £20, lockers £11, parking £10 in advance or £15 on the day.

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