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August 2020
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Reading & Leeds has signed up a few local bands to play the Lock Up and BBC Introducing Stages

Inc. SCUM and In Your Prime.
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Published: 10:43 am, August 05, 2019
Reading & Leeds has signed up a few local bands to play the Lock Up and BBC Introducing Stages

Reading & Leeds has signed up a few local Yorkshire bands to play the Lock Up and BBC Introducing Stages.

The acts were chosen via the Leeds-based Centre Stage - which raises money for Martin House Children’s Hospice - and Futuresound competitions. 

This year’s winners are SCUM and In Your Prime, with runner up spots going to The Loose Cut, Fudge. and Leodis.

Taking place from 23rd-25th August, Reading is now completely sold out, with and only limited Leeds weekend and day tickets still available. 

Also on this year’s bill are headliners The 1975, Twenty One Pilots, Post Malone and Foo Fighters, as well as Billie Eilish, Bastille, Charli XCX, Dave and loads more.

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