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The Download Festival is a test to see whether mass gatherings can resume without triggering outbreaks of COVID-19. [Read More]
Thousands of heavy metal fans were camping, singing — and even moshing — on Saturday at Britain's first full music festival since the start of... [Read More]
The three-day Download Festival in central England is one of a series of test events to see whether mass gatherings can resume without triggering outbreaks... [Read More]
The three-day Download Festival is one of a series of test events to see whether mass gatherings can resume without triggering virus outbreaks. [Read More]
Asistentes a un festival de música llegan al recinto, bajo la lluvia, en el primer día del Download Festival, en Donington Park, Castle Donington, Inglaterra,... [Read More]
Festivalgoers at Download Festival bounce around and jump into each other in mosh pits with no social distancing and not a mask in sight. [Read More]
Some 10,000 fans are attending the event this weekend... [Read More]
Thousands of heavy metal fans are camping, singing - and even moshing - in the rain at Britain's first full music festival since the start... [Read More]
Thousands of heavy metal fans are camping, singing - and even moshing - in the rain at Britain's first full music festival since the start... [Read More]
Rock and metal fans are dusting off their devil horns for the first Download Festival in two years. [Read More]
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday morning. [Read More]
Festivalgoers watch Death Blooms rock band on stage on the first day of Download Festival at Donington Park at Castle Donington, England, Friday June 18,... [Read More]
There is an atmosphere of "euphoria" at Download Festival despite the bad weather, the event's promoter has said. [Read More]
Download Festival boss Andy Copping has spoken to NME about what to expect from and the significance of this weekend's pilot event. ... [Read More]
10,000 rock and heavy metal fans look forward to weekend of moshing without masks at Covid pilot event... [Read More]
Hope they packed a brolly... [Read More]
The music festival welcomes a significantly reduced crowd of 10,000 as part of a government pilot. [Read More]
'It feels like the light at the end of the tunnel,' Enter Shikari frontman Rou Reynolds says... [Read More]
Music fans are braving the rain as Download Festival kicks off as part of a Government live events pilot. [Read More]
Ahead of Download Festival, headliners Enter Shikari talk about finally being back on stage. [Read More]
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