Reading Festival announce the third wave of acts to be added to the 2018 line-up.

What better way to start June and the 85 day countdown to Reading Festival 2018 than another wave of act announcements?
Amongst the further acts revealed by RANDL today are Jax Jones, Romzy and Love Zombies, who will be performing on the main stage, whilst there are also even more artists now due to appear on the alternative stage.
Once again, RANDL do not fail on variety grounds. This new surge of performers will ensure that fans of all music genres have something to liven their weekend. Such acts range from American punk band The Bronx, to US rap artist Famous Dex.
Alongside the many bands due to appear at the festival this year are up and coming solo artists from various different backgrounds. Wizkid, a Nigerian male singer/songwriter who has been performing since the age of 11 will take to the stage, as will Cameroonian musician Sheck Wes. Even more, Reading will also see contemporary band The Fever 333 exclusively performing their 2018 album Made An America.
Scattered amongst the new acts are some very unusual and quirky names such as London based group Love Zombies and British duo Let’s Eat Grandma whose background owes to childhood friendship. Rock band Black Foxxes will also be showcasing their music at the festival again this year. They tweeted this morning: “See ya in the pit!! Peace and love” whilst also expressing their excitement to be performing at the same venue at Kendrick Lamar.
Appearing on the additional stage will be new acts including comedians Star of 30 Rock, Judah Friedlaner, and big man Chris Ramsey. An upbeat atmosphere is also due to emerge with the appearance of dance pop artist Hot Dub Time Machine who are currently touring Australia.
This fresh wave of acts is due to ensure that Reading Festival 2018 is a unique showcase of talent from across the globe and music industry. If you haven’t already bought your ticket to attend the festival, you’re due to be itching to do so now!
To purchase tickets or to stay up to date with the latest line-up changes, visit www.readingfestival.co.uk or download the official RANDL app from the Apple and Android app stores.
Image credit: flickr/MariamB 

Taz Usher

English Language undergraduate and Entertainment Editor for the Spark Newspaper.

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