More acts have been revealed for the Reading & Leeds Festivals, to line up joining headliners of Stormzy, Liam Gallagher, Post Malone, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Disclosure, and Queens of the Stone Age.
Added to the line-up on Friday at Reading and Saturday at Leeds are Declan McKenna, Mostack, Wallows, Nothing But Thieves, Sam Fender, Aitch, Sea Girls, Demob Happy, Hybrid Minds, Dom Dolla, Franky Wah, Prospa, Noizu, Surfaces, JC Stewart, Lowes, Kara Marni, Boston Manor, Yonaka, JXDN, Wargasm, Super Whatevr, Grace McKagan, Bad Nerves, Chapter and Verse, Ghetts, Meekz, Ivorian Doll, BackRoad Gee, Tiffany Calver, Shaybo, Mizormac, Tia Carys, and AntsLive, and Dj Tiiny.
Added to the bill on Saturday at Reading and Sunday at Leeds are Slowthai, The Kid Laroi, Easy Life, The Academic, Becky Hill, I Don't Know How But They Found Me, Sonny Fodera, Hannah Wants, Danny Howard, James Organ, Syreeta, Oliver Tree, Thomas Headon, Alfie Templeman, Kennyhoopla, Noisy, Fever 333, Creeper, Ho99o9, City Morgue, Spiritbox, Cleopatrick, Badflower, Bob Vylan, Macca Wiles, Dead Poet Society, Tyga, Tion Wayne, Central Cee, M24, SIMBA, Miss Lafamilia, DJ Target, Che Lingo, Mastermind, Kenny Allstar, and Keedz.
Sunday at Reading and Friday at Leeds will now play host to Wolf Alice, Tom Grennan, The Hunna, The Struts, Machine Gun Kelly, Arizona Zervas, Denzel Curry, Shy FX, Nathan Dawe, Koven, Harriet Jaxxon, Sam Tompkins, Flawes, 070 Shake, Tate Mcrae, Mae Muller, Baby Queen, Sophie and the Giants, Lucy Blue, Nation Of Language, OFB, Digga D, Millionz, Swarmz, Darkoo, Abra Cadabra, S-X, Cole LC, Sam Wise, Aystar, and Kasien.
The line-up posters appear to have removed Lewis Capaldi, Charli XCX, 100 Gecs, DaBaby, Doja Cat, and Ivorian Doll.
Weekend tickets are on sale priced at £232.20 including fees, while day tickets are priced at £81.50 for any day at either location.
Reading Festival tickets have sold out.
Reading & Leeds Festivals take place at Little Johns Farm, Richfield Avenue, Reading, Berkshire, and Bramham Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire respectively, from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th August 2021.
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