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02 February 2024

Pendulum, Rachel Chinouriri Announced For Reading/Leeds 2024

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Pendulum, Rachel Cinouriri, Fontaines D.C., Reneé Rapp, and more have been announced in the second wave of acts for this year’s Reading and Leeds festival.

Other new acts announced who will join the bill for the annual twin-site festival include Denzel Curry, Kenny Beats, Beabadoobee, Kenya Grace, Nia Archives, Two Door Cinema Club, Neck Deep, The Wombats, Ashnikko, David Kushner, Rachel Cinouriri, Hak Baker, The Last Dinner Party, Sonny Fodera and more.

They will join the previously announced acts, who includes Liam Gallagher, Lana Del Rey, Blink-182, Fred Again.., Gerry Cinnamon, 21 Savage, Jorja Smith and Catfish & The Bottlemen.

As usual, the Reading and Leeds festival will take place on August bank holiday weekend, which falls this year on 23-25 August. Tickets are on sale now for Reading and available here for Leeds.

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Melvin Benn, Managing Director of Festival Republic: “It’s thrilling to announce such an incredible range of groundbreaking artists who are shaping the music scene in real time. Reading & Leeds doesn’t stand still; our audience demands the best and our line up strives to reflect what people are currently listening to.”

He continued: “As the UK’s biggest and best music festival, Reading & Leeds is a unique and prestigious platform which attracts the world’s biggest artists. We’re proud to always be at the cutting edge and keen eyes may have spotted another evolution for the show on the poster; ‘The Chevron’ – details of which will be revealed soon.”

In a previous statement, Benn confirmed that Liam Gallagher would be playing Oasis’ debut album in full at the show, “The iconic Liam Gallagher will return to play an all-time classic album Definitely Maybe which will be a special moment indeed. We pride ourselves on nurturing artists from the early stages in their career, so to see acts like Catfish & The Bottlemen rising through the festival to headline for the second time is very rewarding.”

On news of his slot, Gallagher posted on his socials, “I’m gonna be playing Reading & Leeds – The most RnR festivals we have left in the UK. Be there or be square LG x”.

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