Reading and Leeds is two days away, the weather (so far) is shaping up to be reasonably dry and we already know the times acts are set to appear on the main stage across the weekend. We also now know which acts will be at the signing tent across the weekend.
Other stages have yet to have their times released but if and when they do, we’ll have them up on the site as soon as possible.
At most of the festivals, getting a chance to meet your favourite singer or band is a rare thing unless of course the festival has some sort of signing tent where you can queue with other eager fans to get something signed or have a photo taken with your idol – Reading & Leeds is no different.
Across the three day festival which takes place at a total of 23 artists and bands will be gracing the signing tent and you have the chance to meet them if you’re willing to miss another band and queue.
Bastille, Fall Out Boy, Jake Bugg, Imagine Dragons, We Are The In Crowd and Chvrches are just some of the names who’ll be popping in to sign whatever you bring – within reason though we’re sure.
The full list of acts can be seen below, times are not confirmed as of yet and we don’t expect those to be until the festival gets under way but it’s likely the order may remain the same. Don’t take our word on it though, be sure to double check when you arrive.
Friday Reading / Saturday Leeds:
Bring Me The Horizon
New Found Glory
Saturday Reading / Sunday Leeds:
Lower Than Atlantis
Sunday Reading / Friday Leeds:
Fall Out Boy
We Are The In Crowd
City And Colour
Headliners for this years Reading and Leeds Festival include Green Day, Biffy Clyro and Eminem and as we said, weather reports are saying it’s likely to be a fairly dry weekend.
Festival goers heading up on the Friday are expected to be greeted with a sunny morning with the afternoon turning slightly grey. Saturday and Sunday are likely to be a bit brighter with temperatures peaking at 23 degrees on the Saturday and a nice 27 degrees Celsius on the Sunday.
So remember, pack for all conditions, except maybe snow. It’s very unlikely it’ll snow but bring waterproofs anyway for any rain. It’s better to be safe than sorry, believe me.
For all your festival news make sure to stick with us on our social networks Twitter and Facebook and if you’re attending the festival this weekend then be sure to have checked out all the information on the official website if you haven’t been before oh and enjoy yourself.
Watch the official video for Biffy Clyro and Opposite below.