Queens of The Stone Age and Paramore to co-headline Reading & Leeds

Queens Of The Stone Age

Queens Of The Stone Age

Reading and Leeds festival has announced co-headliners and more live acts and DJ’s for this year’s event.

Want to know what happens when two great forces collide? The answer is waiting at the Main Stage of Reading & Leeds this August bank holiday weekend as rock heroes Queens of The Stone Age and pop-rock trio Paramore are announced to co-headline.

The two iconic bands will be performing on Friday night at Reading and Saturday’s Main Stage at Leeds. They’ll be joining previously announced headliners Blink 182 who will be making their only UK performance of 2014 at the festival.

The multi-award winning Arctic Monkeys are also lined up for the Main Stage on Saturday at Reading and Sunday at Leeds. Anyone who saw their sensational performance at the BRIT Awards this year knows their exclusive English and Wales festival sets are not be missed.

The main stage is beginning to fill itself up with some major talent now with Imagine DragonsFoster The People, the Grammy Award winning Vampire Weekend and one of 2013’s biggest breakthrough acts Macklemore & Ryan Lewis all lined up for the weekend.

The NME/ Radio 1 stage is doing an equally good job of keeping the crowd entertained with the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club; festival big names this year, Chvrches and Clean Bandit and London hype duo Jungle all set to join the previously announced headliners Disclosure and Courteeners.

The BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage will this year host Australian superstar Flume as well as a DJ set from drum ‘n’ bass heavyweights Pendulum playing alongside already confirmed headliner Netsky Live.

Many more acts have been revealed for this year’s Reading & Leeds festivals including KlaxonsDavid Rodigan MBELower Than AtlantisBoys NoizeDanny BrownEagullsThe Fat White Family.

And there’s still more to come! With so many stages to fill the festival will be keeping them coming in the upcoming weeks, view the full line up as it stands here.

Festival tickets are currently still available under the £50 deposit scheme allowing you to schedule your payments over the next three months, so you can focus on the music rather than the pennies!

For Leeds Festival tickets, click here and for Reading click here.