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Sunday at Download Festival 2019

Kim Jennett at Download Festival 2019 © Getty

The third and final day at Download Festival with Tool headlining and Slayer playing their last ever UK show.

Sunday at Download Festival 2019 is here and the elves have been out in force overnight covering the gloopy brown stuff in straw. 

Four Scandinavian pirates invaded the press room ahead of Amon Amarth's main stage performance - the planet's premier Viking-themed metal band. Fortunately there was no pillaging. 

They also flanked Download Festival booker Andy Copping as he addressed the press: 

Vying for the prestigious 'hero of the day' title, a man crowd-surfed on an inflatable pink flamingo during Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics' scintillating set: 

Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics were on imperious form and played to a rammed-to-the-rafters Dogtooth Stage tent: 

One of the zeniths of Winter's End earlier this year, Kim Jennett won over a legion of new fans on The Dogtooth Stage after her storming set. 

Earlier in the afternoon Kim played a stripped-back set on a stage sponsored by a certain brand of lager (© Getty) 

The Download Festival faithful loving life and the sunshine: 

Viking metallers Amon Amarth and their mightily impressive, pyrotechnics strewn stage production: 

Lamb of God's Randy Blythe catches some air: 

It was all going down at the WWE NXT tent on Sunday afternoon: 

Dream Theater deliver a prog metal masterclass on the Zippo Encore Stage: 

The view of the Download Festival site from the big wheel. If you squint really hard you'll see that The Smashing Pumpkins are on stage... 

Slayer play their final ever UK show: 

Tool brought Download Festival 2019 to an emphatic close with an audio-visual spectacular: 

Download Festival 2019 - Sunday in photos: 

All photos © Darren Griffiths 

You can see more day-by-day photos and videos from Download Festival by clicking the links below:

Friday at Download Festival 2019

Saturday at Download Festival 2019

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