It’s that time again. Reading and Leeds have unveiled their biggest announcement yet, with The Libertines heading things up.
Having already confirmed both Metallica and Mumford and Sons as two of this year’s headliners, the four-piece - who are currently working on a follow-up to their 2004 self-titled record - are joining the ranks as weekender’s final bill-topper.
Elsewhere on the bill, you’ll find the likes of Django Django, Bring Me The Horizon, The Maccabees and Kendrick Lamar, who have all been confirmed to play at this year’s edition of the August Bank Holiday fest.
Peace, Everything Everything, The Districts, Swim Deep, Panic! At The Disco, Glass Animals, Alvvays, Tyler The Creator, Limp Bizkit, Jamie XX, Azealia Banks, and Marmozets are also amongst the new acts confirmed to appear.
The Libertines, A$AP Ferg, All Time Low, Alvvays, American Football, Ash, Azealia Banks, Ben Kahn, Boy Better Know, Bring Me the Horizon, Brodinski, Bury Tomorrow, Camo & Krooked, Cancer Bats, Cardiknox, Circa Waves, Coasts, Craze, Darlia, Dillon Francis, Django Django, DMA’s, Everything Everything, Flatbush Zombies, Frank Turner, Frnkiero and the Cellabration, FTSE, Ghost, Glass Animals, Gojira, Gorgon City, Hudson Mohawke, Jake Isaac, Jamie XX, Kendrick Lamar, Knife Party, Krept & Konan, Lethal Bizzle, Limp Bizkit, Little May, Lonely The Brave, Marmozets, Mastodon, Modern Life Is War, My Nu Leng, Neck Deep, New Found Glory, Nick Brewer, Oneman, Panic! At the Disco, Peace, Pell, Porter Robinson, Radkey, Rae Sremmurd, Rat Boy, Ratking, San Fermin, Simple Plan, Slaves, Stormzy, Swim Deep, The Bulletproof Bomb, The Districts, The Maccabees, The Menzingers, The Wombats, Toyboy & Robin, Tyler, The Creator, Walking On Cars, We Are The Ocean and While She Sleeps.
Reading & Leeds 2015 takes place from 28th to 30th August and tickets are on sale now.
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