Yes, you read that correctly Reading & Leeds Festival has added over seventy more acts to this year’s line up and it includes some great artists. Counterfeit, Dave, Mayday Parade, Machine Gun Kelly, Puppy and Boston Manor. Wait there is so much more; Of Mice & Men, SWMRS, Milk Teeth, The Faim and Patent Pending are among those that’ll be performing alongside headliners The 1975, Post Malone, Twenty One Pilots and Foo Fighters at the famous Richfield Avenue and Bramham Park sites this August bank holiday weekend (23 to 25 August).

London-born rapper Dave will be headlining the BBC Radio One Stage, captivating festival goers with tracks from his forthcoming highly anticipated debut album Psychodrama, due for release 8 March. Along with amassing over 600m streams, Dave is the youngest ever winner of an Ivor Novello award. Making a triumphant return to Reading & Leeds Main Stage this summer will be Counterfeit. Fronted by Jamie Campbell Bower, a high-octane set full of punk rock anthems is top be expected. Also added to the Main Stage for 2019 are emo powerhouse Mayday Parade, and Gloucestershire pop punk trio Milk Teeth.

Cleveland, Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly appear on the BBC Radio One Stage. 2019 that has seen the multi-talented artist starring in Netflix’s Motley Crue biopic The Dirt, as drummer Tommy Lee. Also joining the BBC Radio One stage are motivated Australian rock group The Faim. Headlining the BBC 1Xtra Stage will be the one and only Dappy. After recently releasing brand new solo music and collaborating with world class talent including Yungen.

Cleveland, Ohio rapper Machine Gun Kelly appear on the BBC Radio One Stage. 2019 that has seen the multi-talented artist starring in Netflix’s Motley Crue biopic The Dirt, as drummer Tommy Lee. Also joining the BBC Radio One stage are motivated Australian rock group The Faim. Headlining the BBC 1Xtra Stage will be the one and only Dappy. After recently releasing brand new solo music and collaborating with world class talent including Yungen.

Artists joining The Pit Stage across the weekend also include metal-core heroes Of Mice & Men, Canadian Punk heavyweights PUP, hardcore punk band Blood Youth, Hot Milk who have exploded onto the scene with debut single Awful Ever After, and Fidlar who have recently released their third album Almost Free.

So who else was announced in this mammoth additional: MAK, Aitch, Anti Up, Bad Child, Bakar, Belako, Black Honey, Blade Brown, Brunswick, Cemetery Sun, DaniLeigh, Deno Driz, DJ Target, Dream State, Dreamers, Everyone You Know, Georgia, Higher Power, Himalayas,  James Organ, Jeremy Zucker, Just Banco, K-Trap, Kenny Allstar, Maleek Berry, Masicka, Mella Dee, Mini Mansions, Moontower, MTRNICA, Muzzy, Night Riots, Ocean Alley, Paris, Pip Blom, Press Club, Prospa, SAINt JHN, Smokeasac, The Snuts, Sophie and the Giants, Sports Team, Stand Atlantic, Teddy, Tiffany Calver, Tommy Genesis, TrueMendous, VALERAS, White Reaper, and Zuzu have also been added to the stellar bill already confirmed for Reading & Leeds 2019.

There are a variety of ticket options including, weekend camping tickets which cost £205.00 plus, of course, those booking and postage fees. All ticket information and everything else Leeds and Reading Festival can be accessed on their official website; where you can access information about travelling to the sites, what to expect when you get there, what you can and cannot bring as well as links to purchases including tickets and coaches.