Creeper, A Day To Remember and more added to Download 2022

The festivals returns to Donington next June

Download Festival 2022 has added a host of new bands to its line-up, including Creeper, A Day To Remember and Code Orange.

After cancelling its 2020 and 2021 editions due to COVID-19, the festival will return to Donington Park on the weekend of 10th-12th June next year.

The festival is set to be headlined by Iron Maiden, KISS and Biffy Clyro, and the new bands have been announced alongside details of day splits.

See the full list of additional names added today below. Early-bird tickets are available here.

A Day To Remember
Black Veil Brides
Bury Tomorrow
Code Orange
Death Blooms
Dragged under
Gender Roles
Ice Nine Kills
Meet Me @ The Altar
Myles Kennedy (Acoustic)

Download Festival held a special pilot event back in July, acting as a test for the return of camping festivals after COVID-19.

Reviewing the Download Pilot 2021, DIY wrote: “The Download Pilot is a weekend of pure euphoria, a showcase of the incredible talent in British rock and metal in 2021, and a chance to feel hopeful at the prospect of a future without social distancing or masks. It’s good to have you back, live music. Never leave us again.”

Get tickets to watch Creeper live now.

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