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June 2019
Festivals

Whenyoung, Kiran Leonard and Another Sky lead the way in the final line-up reveal for Reading's Are You Listening? Festival

Peaness, Lion, Avalanche Party and more are also joining the bill.
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Published: 10:00 am, March 07, 2019
Whenyoung, Kiran Leonard and Another Sky lead the way in the final line-up reveal for Reading's Are You Listening? Festival

The final announcement for this year's Are You Listening? Festival has been revealed, and there's some real gems in there.

Leading the way in the last batch of acts joining the bill are Whenyoung, Kiran Leonard and Another Sky, who will be joined by Peaness, Lion, Avalanche Party, Pete Hefferan (formerly Pete & The Pirates), Candy Says, The Pink Diamond Revue and more.

They join a line-up already including the likes of Gengahr, Bad Sounds, Krafty Kuts, Flamingods, Our Girl, Rozi Plain, TVAM and Willie J Healey.

Held across various venues in Reading on Saturday 27th April in aid of Reading Mencap, tickets for the event are on sale now.

Festival organiser Dave Maul explains about the announcement:“We’re really pleased to announce the final slew of acts to play the seventh Are You Listening? Festival. We’re really happy with the diversity of the line-up this year, as well as the sheer quality on the bill, with buzzy rappers, oddball experimentalistsand classical orchestras all sharing stages for us. We’ve still got a few exciting things to announce and we look forward to breaking the £70,000 total mark for our charity partner Reading Mencap”.

You can check out the full line-up in the poster below.

Whenyoung, Kiran Leonard and Another Sky lead the way in the final line-up reveal for Reading's Are You Listening? Festival

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