Reading & Leeds Festivals 2014 line-up’s third headliner to be announced

Reading and Leeds Festival 2014

Reading and Leeds Festival 2014

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Organisers of Reading & Leeds Festivals will confirm the 2014 line-up’s third headliner later this month.

You Me At Six will play Reading and Leeds Festival 2014You Me At Six will play Reading and Leeds Festival 2014

Blink-182 and double BRIT Award winners Arctic Monkeys have already been announced as main stage 2014 headliners.

And Reading & Leeds’ Twitter account @OfficialRandL confirmed yesterday (Friday) when the final headliner will be named.

The festival tweeted: “Our next headline announcement is Monday 10th March!”

As well as the confirmed headliners, the likes of Jake Bugg, Disclosure, Metronomy, Of Mice & Men, Wilkinson and I Am Legion will also play across the weekend.

Others on the bill so far include Courteeners, The 1975, You Me At Six, SBTRKT, Warpaint, Netsky, Annie Mac, Royal Blood, Hozier, Architects, Issues, Pusha T and Krept & Konan.

* For more music festival news, visit the Welwyn Hatfield Times’ Festivals section.

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