Reading & Leeds Festival 2014 latest line-up announcement

20:01 26 April 2014

Reading & Leeds Festival 2014

Reading & Leeds Festival 2014

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Organisers have confirmed more than 50 new additions of the Reading & Leeds Festival 2014 line-up.

Reading & Leeds Festival 2014

TICKET INFORMATION

* Weekend tickets cost £205 plus £8 booking fee.

* Day tickets Friday, Saturday, Sunday cost £92.50 plus £7 booking fee.

* Early entry permits £15.

* Campervan permits £60.

* Lockers £16.

* Reading car parking £5.

(Weekend ticket prices include camping).

* Tickets are strictly limited to a maximum of four per person / address / payment card for those booking by telephone or online. The credit card line is 0871 231 0821 or visit www.festivalrepublic.com, www.readingfestival.com, www.leedsfestival.com or See Tickets.

The Reading & Leeds Festivals will take place over the weekend of Friday, August 22 to Sunday, August 24.

Having already announced four huge headliners for the August Bank Holiday weekend, the line-up continues to grow with more than 50 additions across the various stages.

This year sees one of the event’s most spectacular Main Stage line-ups ever.

Undisputed modern rock gods Queens Of The Stone Age and pop-rock superstars Paramore share headline duties alongside Arctic Monkeys and pop-punk legends Blink-182. QOTSA and Paramore will co-headline the first night at Reading and the Saturday at Leeds. Blink-182 will top the bill at Leeds on the Friday and play Reading on the Sunday. Arctic Monkeys will appear at Reading on the Saturday night, and Leeds the following day, August 24.

Blink-182 will headline Reading & Leeds Festival 2014Blink-182 will headline Reading & Leeds Festival 2014

With a supporting cast including Vampire Weekend, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, You Me At Six, Jake Bugg, Imagine Dragons, Foster The People and Deaf Havana, there are now even more names set to tear up the Main Stage.

Completing the line-up for the Main Stage are Brighton indie-punk duo Blood Red Shoes, Japanese metallers Crossfaith, Dry the River, Leeds boys Pulled Apart By Horses, punk trio Gnarwolves, nu-metal luminaries Papa Roach, UK rock kings Young Guns and pop-punk champions Tonight Alive and The Story So Far.

Over on the NME/Radio 1 Stage alongside headliners Courteeners, Bombay Bicycle Club and Disclosure will be UK anthemic rockers Twin Atlantic and last year’s Main Stage openers Mallory Knox.

Also appearing are fellow newcomers Lonely The Brave, post-punk festival veterans The Horrors, The Kooks and Brooklyn-based musician Twin Shadow.

Paramore will co-headline one of the nights at Reading & Leeds Festival 2014Paramore will co-headline one of the nights at Reading & Leeds Festival 2014

Reading & Leeds continue to bring the best in electronic music and dance to the BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage with an exclusive performance from special guest Duke Dumont Live, AlunaGeorge, Gesaffelstein, The Glitch Mob, Borgore, Adventure Club, Snakehips and Electric Youth taking to the stage along with headliners Netsky Live, a Pendulum DJ set and Flume.

The unique sounds of gypsy-punks Gogol Bordello and emotional rock heroes Jimmy Eat World will act as the perfect Lock Up Stage headliners, along with Brody Dalle, Möngöl Hörde and Architects.

Elsewhere, the headliners have also been revealed for the Festival Republic Stage and they will be the riff-heavy Southampton group Band Of Skulls, garage rockers Palma Violets and the energetic Augustines.

Also appearing across the Reading & Leeds Festivals’ stages over the weekend will be A Wilhelm Scream, Baby Godzilla, Bear Hands, Bipolar Sunshine, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Darlia, Dave Hause, Every Time I Die, Hudson Taylor, Marika Hackman, Mayday Parade, Meridian Dan, P Money, PUP, Slaves, The Districts, The Flatliners, The Front Bottoms, The Orwells, The Skints, The Wonder Years, Touché Amoré and Wovenwar.

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