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Stormzy, Sam Fender, Rex Orange County and more have joined the line-up for Reading & Leeds 2020

The first big batch of names have been announced, joining the already self-revealed Liam Gallagher and Rage Against The Machine.
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Published: 9:29 am, February 11, 2020
Stormzy, Sam Fender, Rex Orange County and more have joined the line-up for Reading & Leeds 2020

The first big batch of acts has been announced for this year's Reading & Leeds Festival.

Following the early self-announces of Liam Gallagher and Rage Against The Machine, last year's Glastonbury headliner Stormzy has been confirmed as the third bill-topper for 2020. He'll be joined on the Main Stage by the likes of Migos, Gerry Cinnamon, Courteeners, Run The Jewels, Two Door Cinema Club, Slowthai, All Time Low and Bloxx.

Elsewhere, Sam Fender, Rex Orange County and AJ Tracey head up the BBC Radio 1 stage, with Declan McKenna, Wallows, Fontaines D.C., Sea Girls, Eas Life, Inhaler, Idles, Waterparks, Georgia and Joy Crookes also amongst the new names.

Around the rest of the site you'll find Girl In Red, Sports Team, Creeper, Fever 333, Beabadoobee, Fickle Friends, Spector, Ashnikko, Denzel Curry and loads more.

Reading & Leeds 2020 takes place between 28th and 30th August. Tickets go on sale Thursday 13th February at 9am. You can check out the full line up in the poster below.

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