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Download Fest is starting your Monday off right by unveiling its headliners for the 2020 event.

Along with this exciting and incredible news, we’ve also been given a sneak peek at some of the bands slated to play the festival including Black Veil Brides, Of Mice & Men and more!

Check it out below!



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Earlier today, Download announce KISS, Iron Maiden and System Of A Down as the 2020 headliners.

“Next year we will play a number of countries and cities we have yet to visit on this incredible tour, so it is terrific to be able to accept the invitation to return to Download in 2020 and we will certainly go to town and add a few extra items to the show,” Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson says.

“This will be our seventh time headlining at Donington Park. It’s home turf and we all really enjoy playing this Festival, the vibe from the crowd is always fantastic.”

KISS vocalist Gene Simmons adds, “I’ve said it before, Download Festival audiences are the best. They are up for whatever is thrown at them. KISS is going to come fully prepared to rock their world in 2020 to say Thank You for always showing up for us.”

The three-day festival will take place June 12-14, 2020 and include performances from Deftones, Korn, the Offspring, Disturbed, Gojira, Alestorm, BVB, Daughtry and OMM.

Fans can expect even more bands to be announced as the festival draws closer.

Tickets for Download Fest will go on sale Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 2:00 p.m. You’ll be able to snag them here.

Download Festival’s Andy Copping was excited to unveil the 2020 headliners to fans.

“Downloaders, your 2020 headliners are here! Rock ‘n’ roll legends KISS and System of A Down will both be headlining as UK Festival exclusives and after 4 years away from Donington, Iron Maiden will return bringing with them mascot Eddie and more fire than we can handle, I’m counting down the days already!”

For further information on the event, click here.

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