Reading & Leeds Confirm NME/Radio 1 Stage Times

Clash-finders at the ready: It’s time to start planning your Bank Holiday weekend…

Yesterday Reading & Leeds festival announced its Main Stage schedule

, which was handy, except clash-finders were still left waiting to find out how the times of Nine Inch Nails, Green Day & more would run up against big names on other stages.

Times for the NME/Radio 1 stage have since been announced, meaning you’ll be able to fret over Foals clashing with Tame Impala and Nine Inch Nails coming up against Disclosure, etc.

The stage times (announced so far) read like this. Keep them in mind and attach them to your DIY Weekly ultimate guide to the weekend. Start planning.

Reading Festival, NME/Radio 1 Stage (Leeds times in brackets)

Friday 23rd (Saturday 24th)
Skrillex - 10pm (9.30pm)
A$AP Rocky - 8.30pm (8.05pm)
Major Lazer - 7.05pm (6.45pm)
Bastille - 5.55pm (5.35pm)
Frightened Rabbit - 4.50pm (4.40pm)
Peace - 3.50pm (3.45pm)
Fidlar - 3pm (2.55pm)
Deap Vally - 2.10pm (2.05pm)
Kodaline - 1.25pm (1.25pm)
Night Engine - 12.40pm (12.40pm)
Dry The River - 11.50am (12pm)

Saturday 24th (Sunday 25th)
Alt-J - 10.30pm (10pm)
Jake Bugg - 9.10pm (8.45pm)
Tame Impala - 7.55pm (7.55pm)
Imagine Dragons - 6.50pm (6.40pm)
Johnny Marr - 5.35pm (5.25pm)
Palma Violets - 4.35pm (4.25pm)
Modestep - 3.30pm (3.15pm)
Deaf Havana - 2.35pm (2.25pm)
Darwin Deez - 1.40pm (1.30pm)
Theme Park - 12.45pm (12.45pm)
Childhood - 11.50am (12pm)

Sunday 25th (Friday 23rd)
Phoenix - 10.30pm (10pm)
Azealia Banks - 9.15pm (8.50pm)
Disclosure - 7.55pm (7.45pm)
City And Colour - 6.40pm (6.35pm)
Haim - 5.40pm (5.30pm)
Alex Clare - 4.35pm (4.30pm)
Tribes - 3.30pm (3.30pm)
AlunaGeorge - 2.35pm (2.35pm)
Villagers - 1.40pm (1.40pm)
Wavves - 12.45pm(12.45pm)
Dinosaur Pile Up - TBC

Tags: Phoenix, The Phoenix Foundation, Reading & Leeds, News, Festivals

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