FESTIVAL NEWS: Reading & Leeds Festival Announce Further Names For 2021
Reading & Leeds Festival has confirmed over 30 new names for this year’s event, set to take place between 27th – 29th August 2021 at Richfield Avenue (Reading) and Bramham Park (Leeds).
Due to restrictions and logistics, Queens of the Stone Age have announced they are unable to perform this year. However, Biffy Clyro will be making their third headline performance at the event on Sunday 29th August.
Also announced across the weekend are Inhaler, Russ Millions, Holly Humberstone, Chaya, Bakar, Blanco, Dana Dentata, Jazmin Bean, Gender Roles, Punkband, Trillary Banks, French The Kid and Kam-Bu.
Details of the artists set to perform on the BBC Music Introducing Stage have also been revealed. Attendees will be able to see sets from the Radio 1 Live Lounge Introducing winner Bonnie Kemplay, Berwyn, Lady Ice, Graft, Josie Man, Finn Askew, Lauran Hibberd, Calva Louise, Yard Act, Meg Ward, Master Peace and more of the best up and coming talent from across the UK.
But it’s not all about the day time line-up, Late Night Leeds will give Leeds Festival attendees the chance to make their festival days a little bit longer. The new after-hours Anachronica dance stage will be highlighting those at the forefront of UK Dance Music. With Picadilly Party returning and a new audio-visual experience stage arriving, the likes of DJ Semtex, Bad Boy Chiller Crew, Fumez The Engineer, Hariett Jaxxon and 220 Kid will be making appearances across the weekend.
With all the new announcements comes some further changes to the line-up with Madison Beer, Denzel Curry, Soft Tukker, Super Whatevr, Wallows, Oliver Tree, Tate McRae, MizorMac and Nation of Language also unable to perform at this year’s festival
Both Reading and Leeds Festival are sold-out. Keep your eyes peeled for more details to come including the Alternative Stage line-up.