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Download Festival adds seven more acts including Pennywise and Sum 41

by Paul Cashmere on November 14, 2018

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Sum 41 (Only Aus Shows), Pennywise (Only Aus Shows), Thy Art Is Murder, Polaris, Tweleve Foot Ninja, Slaves and Voyager have been added to the Download Festival in Melbourne and Sydney in March.

Add that to the already announced mega line-up headlined by Ozzy Osbourne and Australia’s greatest metal line-up has been put in place.

Already announced are:

Ozzy Osbourne (Only Aus Shows)
Slayer (Final World Tour)
Judas Priest (Only Aus Shows)
Alice In Chains
Ghost
Rise Against (Only Aus Shows)
The Amity Affliction (Only Aus Shows)
Anthrax
Halestorm (Only Aus Shows)
Behemoth
Me First And The Gimme Gimmes
I Prevail
Converge
Frenzal Rhomb
Luca Brasi
Code Orange
Andy Black
The Fever 333
War On Women
High Tension
Outright
Ruins
Alien Weaponry

Download Festival dates

Sydney Saturday March 9 || Parramatta Park
Melbourne Monday March 11 || Flemington Racecourse

Tickets on sale now from www.downloadfestival.com.au Download is an 18+ fully licensed event

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