Download Festival, 14th June – Sunday Mini Review in Pictures

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So the last day of Download Festival already.  Our mini round-up from today features  Like A Storm, September Mourning,  Evil Scarecrow, Code Orange, The Darkness,  Three Days Grace, Madball,  Man With a Mission, Butcher Babies and Yellowcard.

The whole weekend will be written up in a series of articles and photographs starting later this week , so keep an eye on Birmingham Live delivering as much of Download as we can.

The Birmingham Live team have had an absolute blast!

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Photographer: Dave Musson

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