As with every year, Reading and Leeds festival did not come to play. Year on year the line up is not only one of the most hotly anticipated, but one of the hardest to predict. However, there’s always one thing for sure – it’s going to be massive. 2018 is no exception, with an absolutely amazing mass of bands and performers descending on Richfield Avenue and Bramham Park over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Festival Republic’s Melvin Benn commented: “Reading and Leeds prides itself on being a music-first festival and this year’s line-up already proves that. Kings of Leon and Fall Out Boy are bands that have grown with the festival and its fans and we couldn’t be more pleased to invite them back to headline. Adding Panic! at the Disco and Kendrick Lamar, probably the most sought-after act in the world right now, we think Reading and Leeds Festivals 2018 are off to an amazing start – with even more to come, so watch this space.”

Loads of new acts have been announced recently and there’s still loads more to come. Below you’ll find just some of the acts that have already been announced, including headliners and UK festival exclusive Dua Lipa:

 Friday (Reading) Saturday (Leeds)—Headliner Fall Out Boy, Travis Scott, The Kooks, The Wombats, Post Malone, Wolf Alice, Nothing but Thieves, Annie Mac

Saturday (Reading) Sunday (Leeds)—Headliner Kendrick Lamar, Panic! At The Disco, Dua Lipa, Sum 41, Pendulum, Pale Waves, Deaf Havana, Sigrid, Kate Nash, Wretch 32

Sunday (Reading) Friday (Leeds) —Headliner Kings of Leon, Courteeners, The Vaccines, J Hus, Krept X Konan, Shame, Billy Talent, Skepta, Diplo, Don Broco, Hannah Wants, Charlie Sloth, Tom Grennan

Plus, many more acts and loads to enjoy across the whole festival. As always, it’s going to be an absolutely massive weekend with tons going on. R + L  is never one to miss out on.

24th – 26th August

Reading: Richfield Avenue, Reading, England

Leeds: Bramham Park, Leeds, England

£205 + fees for the weekend

Check Out Tickets Here:

http://readingfestival.com/

http://leedsfestival.com/

Photo credit: Ashley Verse