The sun, the crowds, and an impressive line-up made Saturday at Reading Festival a day to remember.Read More »
Liverpool’s punk group Queen Zee treated fans to a quirky and energetic set at Reading FestivalRead More »
Night Riots are a Californian-based alternative rock band, full of energy and full of pep.Read More »
“It’s so cool to be featuring in a festival we used to love as kids. Our hometown is Leeds so we were always in the crowd during our teens.”Read More »
Have a read of what we think were the six highlights of the day.Read More »
Sea Girls - one of London’s own indie rock bands - gave an impressive performance today at Reading Festival.Read More »
Following a fantastic performance on the Main Stage, they spoke to The Spark Newspaper about their first time performing at Reading Festival and gave some advice to our student readers…Read More »
Words by Lois Plummer, Print Entertainment Editor for The Spark.
From New Order to Eminem, Reading & Leeds Festival have hosted some of the most iconic and influential musical talents of our time.
Before the festival gained its prolific status, it had sprouted from the humble grounds of Richmond, Surrey, as a jazz festival in the Summer of 1961. The National Jazz Festival, as it was affectionately coined, featured up and coming British jazz artists of the time, in a small marquee on an athletic ground.» >Read More »