Reading & Leeds Festival 2015 tickets go on sale

Reading & Leeds Festival 2014

Reading & Leeds Festival 2014


Tickets for Reading & Leeds Festival 2015 have gone on sale – before the 2014 festival has even finished.

A limited number of early-bird tickets for next summer’s twin festivals at Richfield Avenue in Reading and Bramham Park, Leeds, over the Bank Holiday weekend of August 27 to August 30 are now available at 2014 prices.

Paramore and Queens of the Stone Age co-headlined the Reading leg this evening (Friday), with Arctic Monkeys and Blink-182 due to top the main stage line-up on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

The official Reading & Leeds Festival Twitter handle @OfficialRandL tweeted tonight (Friday): “A ltd number of tickets for Reading and Leeds 2015 are now on sale at 2014 prices.…… #RandL14”

No line-up details for 2015 have been announced yet, but one of the main stage headliners is rumoured to have already been booked.

* To buy tickets for Reading Festival 2015 visit here.

* To buy tickets for the Leeds Festival 2015, visit here.

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