See Your Fave Reading And Leeds Artists Live Again!

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One of the great joys of music festivals –  you’re wandering around the arena with some time to kill before the next artist you really want to see is coming on the main-stage, you walk past one of the smaller tents and the sound coming out drags you in. The performance is intoxicating, and before you know it, you have a new favourite band. 

We’ve all been there! Whether you found a new favourite band at Reading and Leeds this year or you just want to catch your already-favourite band live again, loads of the bill are going on tour later this year/early next. Here’s some of them, with some footage so you can relive an unforgettable weekend…  

Bring Me The Horizon 

The Sheffield rockers performed a secret-set at the BBC Radio 1 tent on Saturday afternoon. Catch them live on tour later this year! 

Tickets on sale 9am Friday 31 August via Ticketmaster


The pop-star was a real highlight and packed out the BBC Radio 1 tent. She’s heading out on her own headline tour in November and will be supporting George Ezra on his March 2019 arena dares. 


The Blinders

A band that we absolutely adore! The Blinders rocked the BBC Introducing stage at R&L. You do not want to miss them when they tour later this year… 


Nothing But Thieves 

It’s been super fun watching the Nothing But Thieves fellas become one of the UK’s biggest rock bands. Catch them on tour in huge venues later this year! 


The Wombats

Indie-royalty The Wombats made a surprise appearance on the BBC Introducing stage ahead of their main-stage slot over the weekend. “Moving To New York” is still a banger isn’t it? They’ve got new shows on sale this week! 

Tickets on sale 9am Thursday 30 August HERE

Fickle Friends

Fickle Friends we bloody love you. The Brighton party-makers brought the good vibes to the BBC Radio 1 Tent over the weekend. You can see them in venues across the UK in October. 


Deaf Havana 

Playing jams from their new album Rituals, Deaf Havana proved over the weekend why they belong on big stages. Catch them headline O2 Academy Brixton in December. 



The Manchester band once again proved the doubters wrong with an energetic singalong filled main-stage set. Their new tour goes on sale this Friday! 

Tickets on sale 9am Friday 31 August via Ticketmaster

Sports Team

Sports Team are one of the most exciting live bands in the country right now and their BBC Introducing set proved why. Catch them headline Scala, London next month. 


Stereo Honey

This band are going places! And their BBC Introducing set more than proved that. Catch them on a run of headline dates this October. 


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