Aerosmith, Fall Out Boy and Alter Bridge Join Download 2014 Festival Bill

artist: misc date: 11/06/2013 category: entertainment
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Aerosmith, Fall Out Boy and Alter Bridge Join Download 2014 Festival Bill
US pop punks Fall Out Boy have officially joined the upcoming Download 2014 Festival bill and will perform along the Saturday night headliners Linkin Park. Also confirmed via official website, Aerosmith will perform as Sunday night headliners with Alter Bridge featured as main support. As previously reported, the bill thus far is completed with Friday night headliners Avenged Sevenfold and main support Rob Zombie. All info was officially confirmed by festival organizer Andy Copping, who previously expressed the desire to arrange a Led Zeppelin reunion, Van Halen or classic Guns N' Roses lineup to headline the event. Download 2014 is scheduled to take place at UK's Donington Park from June 13 through 15. As a special treat, Linkin Park will perform their classic 2000 debut "Hybrid Theory" in full. The list of this year's performers included the likes of Iron Maiden, Slipknot, Queens of the Stone Age, Motorhead and more. "So stoked we are playing download," said FOB bassist Pete Wentz. "It's a legendary one to us from watching old videos of our favorite bands playing it back in the day. Gonna be a blast, we can not wait."
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