You can help Welwyn band play Download Festival

15:07 22 May 2014

Chasing Cadence

Chasing Cadence


A Welwyn Garden City alternative act need your help to play one of the country’s biggest rock festivals.

Chasing Cadence, a 5 piece, are currently in the final stage of the Red Bull Live At Download 2014 competition.

The contest closes tomorrow (Friday) at 5pm and the top six bands in the chart complied by the energy drink giant will appear at Download Festival 2014.

If successful the group will join the heavyweight Donington bill during the three-day June festival, which features Linkin Park, Fall Out Boy, The Offspring and Avenged Sevenfold.

To make sure the band appear at the festival, click here to vote.


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