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Alter Bridge, Mastodon, Clutch + More Lead Second Wave of Download 2017 Bands

Download 2017
Download 2017

Download 2017 is shaping up to be one rocking music weekend. The festival, which takes place at Donington in the U.K. the weekend of June 9-11, has just announced a second wave of band announcements for 2017.

We already know that System of a Down, Aerosmith and Biffy Clyro are set to headline the 2017 edition, with support from Rob Zombie, Slayer, Prophets of Rage, Five Finger Death Punch, Of Mice & Men, Simple Plan, Sleeping With Sirens and AFI among the top previously announced talent.

Now organizers have confirmed Alter Bridge, Mastodon, Clutch, Opeth, Sum 41, Good Charlotte, Pierce the Veil, Ministry, DevilDriver, Wakrat, Airbourne, Coheed and Cambria, The Dead Daisies, Exodus and many more joining the bill.

For more info on the 2017 edition of the Download Festival, including ticket information, be sure to check out the Download website.

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