Since yesterday’s announcement of the stage times for Download Festival, which takes place this weekend, many fans and the festival’s forum community have been speculating who’d be filling a peculiar gap on the line-up.
On The Avalanche Stage (or, the third stage) on Saturday, there was a gap between Rolo Tomassi and Being As An Ocean which sent rumours wild, and with some digging it turns out that fans have worked out it’ll be The Fever 333 who’ll be performing the now not-so-secret set.
Members of the festival community forums worked it out following a post made of this year’s Download Festival merchandise.
On the line-up listed on the merch, right there placed between both Rolo Tomassi and Being As An Ocean is the name: The Fever 333.
You can take a look at the merch in question below.
You want a bit of a closer look to make sure? No problem.
Judging on the during of the sets and the time between each one, we suspect that The Fever 333 will be performing on Saturday (June 10th 2018) between 3:50pm-4:20pm or 4:00pm-4:30pm.
For those of you unaware, The Fever 333 are a politically and socially charged and outspoken supergroup, composed of Jason Butler (ex-letlive., Pressure Cracks), Stephen Harrison (ex-The Chariot), and Aric Improta (Night Verses).
The band released their debut EP, ‘Made An America’, earlier this year via Roadrunner Records.
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