RAMMSTEIN READY TO RAISE THE ROOF AT DOWNLOAD 2013

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Rammstein

With over 15million album sales worldwide, several world tours and a collection of music awards under their belts, Rammstein are back to do what they do best and bringing their awe-inspiring live shows back to these shores


 
RAMMSTEIN have today announced that they will be coming back to the UK all guns blazing next year to headline the Download Festival on Sunday 16 June 2013.  This will be the first time ever that the German industrial metallers will have played at the legendary Donington Park.
 
Weekend tickets with camping go on sale 9.00am Friday 28 September from www.downloadfestival.co.uk. Download 2013 takes place at Donington Park from 14-16 June.
 
With over 15million album sales worldwide, several world tours and a collection of music awards under their belts, Rammstein are back to do what they do best and bringing their awe-inspiring live shows back to these shores. The German monsters of rock last played the UK earlier in the year with critics describing the tour as ‘spectacular’, and ‘a ferocious industrial music hurricane’. This performance at Download 2013 is sure to rock Donington to its very foundations.  
 
Andy Copping, VP of Promotions at Live Nation commented, “We’re very excited to welcome Rammstein to Donington for the very first time. They are an epic live act and a perfect Sunday headliner to cap off what is shaping up to be yet another fantastic Download festival.”
 
When asked how it felt to be playing Download, Rammstein simply commented, “It’s only a festival….not a moon landing.”
 
Iron Maiden are confirmed to headline Download on Saturday 15 June.

Published on 21 September 2012 by Ben Robinson

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