NEWS: Simple Creatures, The Wonder Years, and more join Download Festival 2019!

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A further batch of bands have just been confirmed to join this year’s Download Festival line-up, including the first UK performance from newly formed pop-rock supergroup, Simple Creatures.

Other names joining the festival line-up include The Wonder Years, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Kvelertak, Allusinlove, Hot Milk, and more.

On top of this, the organisers have also confirmed that WWE NXT UK will be returning once again, with Pete Dunne, Toni Storm, Tyler Bate and more appearing across the weekend.

You can find the full festival line-up as it currently stands below.

Aaron Buchanan
Alcest
Alien Weaponry
Allusinlove *
The Amity Affliction
Amon Amarth
Animals As Leaders
Anthrax
At The Gates
Bad Wolves
Badflower
Batushka
Beartooth
Behemoth
Black Futures
Black Peaks
Blackberry Smoke
Brothers Osborne
Cane Hill
Carcass
Cloud *
Clutch
coldrain
Conjurer
Crystal Lake
Deadland Ritual
Def Leppard (performing ‘Hysteria’ in full)
Delain
Die Antwoord
Dinosaur Pile-Up *
Dream Theater
Eagles Of Death Metal
Enter Shikari
Fever 333
Godsmack
Goodbye June *
Graveyard *
GroundCulture
Halestorm
Heart Of A Coward
Hot Milk *
The Hu *
I Prevail
Icon For Hire
The Interrupters
Intervals
Jinjer
Kim Jennett *
Kvelertak *
Lamb Of God
Last In Line
Like A Storm
Lost In Stereo
Love Bites
Man With A Mission
Me First And The Gimme Gimmes
Municipal Waste
Ne Obliviscaris
nothing,nowhere.
Opeth
Our Last Night
Palaye Royale
Parting Gift
The Picturebooks *
Power Trip
Queen Zee *
Redhook
Reel Big Fish
Riding The Low
ROAM *
Rob Zombie
Royal Republic
Simple Creatures *
Skid Row
Skindred
Skynd
Slash
Slayer (final UK show)
Slipknot
The Smashing Pumpkins
Starset
State Champs
Stone Temple Pilots
Sumo Cyco
Tesla
Those Damn Crows
Three Days Grace
Tool
Toska
Trash Boat
Trivium
Twelve Foot Ninja
Underoath
Underside
Vambo *
Vega
Whitechapel
Whitesnake
Wolf Jaw
The Wonder Years *
Yours Truly
Zebrahead

* = New line-up addition

This year’s Download Festival takes place on June 14th-16th 2019 at Donington Park, Derbyshire.

Tickets for the festival can be purchased online from the official website (here).