Sunset Sons, The Bronx and Shura are amongst the raft of new acts added to the Reading and Leeds line-up for this summer.
Tours, Festivals & Gigs News
Wednesday, 27th May 2015
Tuesday, 26th May 2015
Billy Bragg has announced the line-up for this year's Left Field at Glastonbury, with Enter Shikari, Buzzcocks and Sam Duckworth playing.
Van McCann and co have added more dates to their autumn tour.
The Essex boys will be on tour this winter with none other than Public Enemy
The band will perform more shows featuring their debut album A Certain Trigger played in full.
Saturday, 23rd May 2015
"It's going to be so cool," say the trio, who will also appear at the festival.
Tuesday, 12th May 2015
Festival organisers have confirmed that the event will take place in July, after a 90-minute hearing today.
Monday, 11th May 2015
Peace and Blossoms have been announced as the support for Courteeners' huge Heaton Park show this summer.
Saturday, 9th May 2015
The legendary singer-songwriter will be heading to the North-East this July.
Wednesday, 6th May 2015
The legendary rock group will close out the festival on Sunday 28 June, with Paul Weller also added to the bill for Worthy Farm.
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