Reading & Leeds have added an absolute buttload of bands to their already jam-packed line-up.
Spring King (pictured), The Japanese House, VANT, Milk Teeth, The Magic Gang, Pulled Apart By Horses and Eagulls lead the charge, joining the likes of Biffy Clyro, Foals, Disclosure, The 1975 and Two Door Cinema Club at the frankly ridiculous-looking summer bash.
The full list of additions is as follows (deep breath):
Nas (UK Festival Exclusive) / Frank Turner (UK Festival Exclusive) / Good Charlotte (UK Festival Exclusive) / Tonight Alive (UK Festival Exclusive) / Mastodon / Kano / Coheed And Cambria / Thrice / Friction / The Temper Trap / Brian Fallon / BORNS / Eagulls / Pulled Apart by Horses / Ezra Furman / VANT / Clean Cut Kid / The Magic Gang / SOPHIE / Little Simz / Giraffe Tongue Orchestra / Spring King / Sunset Sons / Black Foxxes / Milk Teeth / The Hunna / Rationale / Haelos / LANY / The Beach / MGK / Beach Baby / Heck / ROAM / Beach Slang / Waterparks / Nothing More / Superheaven / Hacktivist / SWMRS / Isaac Gracie / Tibet / Anteros / Otherkin / Transviolet / The Japanese House / Big Spring / Blaenavon / The Sherlocks / Lewis Del Mar / Area 52 / The Vryll Society / Maverick Sabre / Yung Lean / Hoodie Allen / Metro Boomin / Fekky / Bugzy Malone / K.Flay / Logic / Geko / Clara Amfo / Franko Fraize / Danny L Harle / Rag’n’Bone Man / Zac Samuel / Lion Babe / 99 Souls / Draper / Hermitude / Tkay Maidza / Lemaitre / Fred V & Grafix / Redlight / Low Steppa / Delta Heavy / James Organ
Tickets for Reading & Leeds 2016 are on sale now. To buy tickets, or for more information on the festival’s instalment plan, head to the weekender’s official websites.
Reading & Leeds 2016 takes place from 26th to 28th August, at Richfield Avenue and Bramhan Park respectively.
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