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Loads more acts have joined Reading & Leeds, including Sports Team, SWMRS, King Princess and more

Reading & Leeds takes place from 23rd-25th August.
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Published: 12:13 pm, March 07, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Loads more acts have joined Reading & Leeds, including Sports Team, SWMRS, King Princess and more

Loads more acts have joined the bill for Reading & Leeds, including Sports Team, SWMRS and King Princess.

Also announced today, are Milk Teeth, Hot Milk, Puppy, Black Honey, Stand Atlantic, The Faim, Pip Blom, Mini Mansions, Basement, Boston Manor, Dave, Mayday Parade, Dream State, FIDLAR, Georgia, Anteros, Clairo, Of Mice & Men, PUP and Press Club.

The bumper collection of names join the likes of CHVRCHES, Royal Blood, Charli XCX, Blaenavon, Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes, Peace, The Japanese House, No Rome, The Wombats, Alma, Ten Tonnes, Circa Waves, Mura Masa, The Night Café, and of course headliners The 1975 and Twenty One Pilots.

Reading & Leeds takes place from 23rd-25th August.

Loads more acts have joined Reading & Leeds, including Sports Team, SWMRS, King Princess and more
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