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READING AND LEEDS ANNOUNCES EVEN MORE ACTS

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Even more exciting acts announced to join headliners at the fast approaching festival.

The Spark is excited to announce that as of 28 March, 2018, Reading and Leeds Festival have announced even more music acts to join headliners such as Kings of Leon, Kendrick Lamar, Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco at the upcoming summer music festival (24-26 August). Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, the founding member of the rock band will be playing two exclusive shows, performing both old and new music.

Many other new names have been announced such as Rex Orange County (an alternative pop group quickly growing in popularity), Maggie RogersChase AtlanticRoyal Republic, among many more.

The first comedy acts, including Britain’s well-loved Harry Hill, Lee NelsonJoel Dommett and rapper and commedian Big Shaq Mo Gilligan have also been announced, as well as many exciting newcomers such as the Sun’s Best New Comedian winner Tom Lucy.

We’re sure that everyone is as excited as we are!

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EVEN MORE ACTS ANNOUNCED

LINKIN PARK’S MIKE SHINODA TO PLAY TWO EXCLUSIVE FESTIVAL SHOWS

REX ORANGE COUNTY // MAGGIE ROGERS

CHASE ATLANTIC // ROYAL REPUBLIC // ALMA

DEATH FROM ABOVE // YXNG BANE // LADY LESHURR

DINOSAUR PILE-UP // SPRING KING // THE USED

COMEDY

HARRY HILL // LEE NELSON // JOEL DOMMETT // BIG SHAQ MO GILLIGAN // DANE BAPTISTE // SEANN WALSH

NEIL HILBORN // TEZ ILYAS

LLOYD GRIFFITH // JAYDE ADAMS

+ MANY MORE ACROSS THE ALTERNATIVE STAGE

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets are on sale now from www.readingandleedsfestival.com

Weekend camping tickets are £205 + booking fee.

Day ticket prices are £69.50 + booking fee.

Tickets can be purchased via the Reading and Leeds ticket instalment plan – more information available on the website

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About Rosie Neville

Lifestyle editor at The Spark newspaper. First year English Literature student.

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