GUNS N' ROSES To Headline U.K.'s READING And LEEDS Festivals

GUNS N' ROSES and BLINK 182 have been confirmed to headline this year's installments of the U.K.'s Reading and Leeds festivals which are set to take place between August 27 and August 29.

The schedule is shaping up as follows:

Friday, August 27 Reading / Sunday, August 29 Leeds

Main Stage:

GUNS N' ROSES
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE
BIFFY CLYRO
LOSTPROPHETS
NOFX
BILLY TALENT

Saturday August 28, Reading / Friday August 27 Leeds

Main Stage:

THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM

Radio 1 Stage:

PENDULUM
ENTER SHIKARI
FRANK TURNER

Sunday, August 29 Reading / Saturday, August 28 Leeds

Main Stage:

BLINK 182
PARAMORE
WEEZER
CYPRESS HILL
LIMP BIZKIT
YOU ME AT SIX
ALL TIME LOW

Tickets are on sale now from www.aloud.com. Weekend tickets cost £180 plus booking fees. Day tickets cost £75 plus booking fee. Early entry permits £15.

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