Leeds Festival has just lifted the lid on more names who will play at this year’s event – including chart heavyweights Slaves, Don Broco and Travis Scott.
Also just announced are The Kooks, Krept X Konan, Shame, Billy Talent, Wilkinson (Live), The Vaccines, Lewis Capaldi, Deaf Havana, The Horrors, Fickle Friends, Kate Nash, HMLTD and Milk Teeth.
The acts – spanning rock, indie, dance, hip-hop and more – will play alongside headliners Kings of Leon, Kendrick Lamar, Fall Out Boy and Panic! at the Disco at the dual Leeds and Reading Festivals on the bank holiday weekend of August 24 to 26.
Tickets are on-sale now and available at www.readingandleedsfestival.com
Slaves, probably the most popular duo in music right now, will make a triumphant return to the stages - crowds can expect the unexpected from the pair responsible for the likes of Spit It Out and Are You Satisfied?
Radio favourites Don Broco, with another top 10 album, Technology, under their belt, will be joining the party this year. They will be joined by current darlings of the UK post-punk guitar band scene, Shame, who will be bringing their debut album Songs Of Praise to life at the festival sites.
Leeds and Reading will also welcome some of the most closely-watched new acts to its stages including Scottish singer songwriter Lewis Capaldi who has been collaborating with the likes of Jessie Reyez.
Also joining across both festival sites will be The Regrettes, The Front Bottoms, SWMRS, NF, Alan Walker, TQD, Fred V & Grafix (live), Eli Brown, Charlie Sloth, La Dispute, Trophy Eyes, I The Mighty, Stray From The Path, Scarlxrd, The Night Café, Sea Girls, The Glorious Sons, Welshly Arms, Lisa Mercedez and Bad Sounds.
More acts will be added.
With over 200 acts expected to play this summer, bosses say Leeds and Reading will again be an unmissable festival weekend for music lovers – as well as offering a world-leading comedy line-up, with much more information to follow.
Fans can be the first to hear further line-up announcements, artist news and much more by signing up to the newsletters at www.leedsfestival.co.uk and www.readingfestival.co.uk or via the official Reading and Leeds Festival app, available to download now on Android and iOS.
Weekend camping tickets are £205. Day ticket prices are £69.50. Booking fees additional.
Tickets can also be purchased via the Reading and Leeds ticket instalment plan – more information available on the website