Festivals Chvrches, Charli XCX & Royal Blood join Reading & Leeds 2019

Chvrches, Charli XCX & Royal Blood join Reading & Leeds 2019

The Japanese House, You Me At Six and Ten Tonnes have also joined the bill.

Chvrches, Charli XCX and Royal Blood lead the list of additions to this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival.

They join the likes of The 1975, Foo Fighters, Twenty One Pilots and Post Malone, who are headlining the fest this August.

Other acts joining the bill include The Japanese House, You Me At Six, Ten Tonnes, slowthai, Twin Atlantic, Peace, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, Octavia and Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals.

The full list of new additions to the line-up is as follows.

Charli XCX, Royal Blood, CHVRCHES, Lil Uzi Vert, Enter Shikari, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, You Me At Six, AJ Tracey, Fredo, The Chats, A Day To Remember, The Maine, Against The Current, Octavian, Mura Masa, Circa Waves, The Japanese House, No Rome, The Hunna, Peace, Honey Dijon, Cavetown, Alma, Andy C, Becky Hill, Bexey, Blaenavon, Bloxx, Comethazine, D-Block Europe, Distruction Boyz, Fisher, Headie One, Hockey Dad, Holy Goof, Joji, Loud Luxury, The Night Café, Nothing,nowhere., NSG, SASASAS, Slowthai, Ten Tonnes, The Story So Far, Twin Atlantic and Twisted Wheel.

Reading & Leeds 2019 takes place from 23rd to 25th August.

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