Over the three days, the 1975 will headline Friday, Aug. 23 in Reading and Saturday, Aug. 24 in Leeds. Foo Fighters will headline Leeds on Friday, Aug. 23 and Reading on Sunday, Aug. 25. Finally, Post Malone and twenty one pilots will share the headlining spot in Reading on Saturday, Aug. 24 and in Leeds on Sunday, Aug. 25.
You can check out the full lineup below.
JUST ADDED! @beatsbynav, @Mabel, @LauraJaneGrace & the Devouring Mothers, @picturethis, @kimpetras, @YBNNahmir, @unknwnt9 & MORE join the #RandL19 line up! 🙌 PLUS your Alternative Stage is here. 🎤🎪
🎫 https://t.co/6XU9pzK65K pic.twitter.com/bqED9Uop4J
— Reading & Leeds Fest (@OfficialRandL) April 26, 2019
Also, check out the full list of artists below.
Reading & Leeds Lineup
Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers
Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers
Machine Gun Kelly
Mini Mansions Moontower
Of Mice & Men
Saint JHN Sea Girls
Sons Of Raphael
Sophie And The Giant Sports Team
The Faim Fidlar
You can purchase tickets for this year’s festivals here.
In other news, the festival’s new addition, Laura Jane Grace and the Devouring Mothers, just released a Wayne’s World-inspired video for “I Hate Chicago.”
You can watch that below.
Also, Palaye Royale, who were just added, unveiled a fan-made video for “Hospital Beds” earlier this month.
The new music video features old footage layered on top of each other. According to a message put out by the band, fan Ansley Wiederholt created the art film.
Additionally, the band say the music video is meant to replicate “the outer depths of thinking, feeling, creating and existing.”
Check out the band’s statement, which is present at the beginning of the video, below:
“Four years ago in a basement in Los Angeles, Sebastian and Emerson would work endlessly editing art films for every song on Palaye Royale’s first EP ‘The Ends Beginning.’ In this time developing a style that mixed experimental footage to accompany the music. A sort of historical utopia. Including footage of humanity in its glory and destruction, ranging from the 1920s-1970s, this film footage is overlaid on one another to explore the outer depths of thinking, feeling, creating and existing.
“Now to see the fans continue these ideas we developed as art films and to add their own personal touch into the editing and message of the visual is absolutely inspiring to us. This art film for “Hospital Beds” was created by the very talented Ansley Wiederholt, a Soldier of the Royal Council. We are thrilled to see this community of revolutionists come together and strive to create something bigger than all of us. This is the greatest family we have ever known. A place where it is safe to create and help one another grow and evolve past the expectations of normality.”
What do you think of the new additions to Reading & Leeds? Sound off in the comments below!