All Reading Festival Tickets Completely Sold Out!
With just over two weeks to go until Reading & Leeds Festivals welcome Early Entry Ticket holders, excitement is at fever pitch and now Reading Festival is completely sold out! This year Biffy Clyro celebrate their monumental ascent to their first ever Reading Festival headline performance and not only this, but they have sold it out too! Their closing set at Reading on Sunday 25th August will be an incredible and unforgettable end to the weekend.
For those who didn’t manage to secure a Reading Festival ticket, the same great line-up can be seen across the whole weekend at Leeds Festival, with limited day and weekend tickets still available.
Leeds Festival, taking place from 23rd-25th August, is now the only place to see the same exclusive UK festival performances from headliners Eminem, Green Day, Biffy Clyro, as well as Nine Inch Nails, System Of A Down, Fall Out Boy, Deftones,City and Colour, White Lies and Skrillex.
Other highlights of the 300 artists on the bill include Phoenix, Chase And Status, Foals, Alt-J, Jake Bugg, Azealia Banks, Disclosure, KnifeParty, Baauer, Shikari Sound System, FuneralFor A Friend, Spector, Wretch 32 and Angel Haze, plus comedians Judah Friedlander World Champion, Russell Kane and Seann Walsh.
Those without their tickets to Leeds Festival should book now to make sure they don’t miss out on what has been voted Best Festival by NME, surely the best place to be with your friends this August Bank Holiday Weekend?!
Weekend tickets (Leeds only) ￡202.50 ● Day tickets (Leeds only) Friday, Saturday and Sunday ￡90.00 ● Early Entry (Leeds only) permits ￡15.00 ● Campervan permits ￡60.00 ● Weekend ticket prices include camping. All prices are subject to applicable booking fees and postage.
For any Reading Festival goers seeking parking or campervan tickets, there is limited availability for Campervan tickets, White Weekend Car Park, Green Friday Day Car Park and Green Sunday Day Car Park through See Tickets here.
Tickets are strictly limited to a maximum of four per person/address/payment card for those booking by telephone or online and two per person/address/payment card for personal callers to walk in stores. Credit Card line: 0871 231 0821
Or online at: www.festivalrepublic.com ● www.readingfestival.com ● www.leedsfestival.com
Leeds tickets can be bought at face value, in person when paid for in cash at Leeds Visitor Centre.
Please note that picture ID/proof of address will be required at the time of booking. Tickets are subject to availability. Limit of two per household/person for personal callers.
Children under 13 (12 and under) are admitted free but MUST be accompanied by a ticket holding adult. Please note there is no separate children’s area at this event.
2013 MEDIA PARTNERS
BBC Radio 1 will be returning to Reading & Leeds in 2013 to feature performances from one of the summer’s biggest festival line-ups. More information about Radio 1’s coverage of the festival will be announced in the coming weeks. www.bbc.co.uk/radio1
BBC Introducing returns to Reading & Leeds in 2013. BBC Introducing supports unsigned, undiscovered and under the radar musicians across the BBC. It gives up and coming artists broadcast opportunities on BBC radio, television and online as well as opportunities to perform at major festivals. Over 500 acts have played for BBC Introducing at major UK festivals since its launch in 2007 and all sets are filmed for broadcast across BBC Radio, TV and online. Brand new artists can upload their music at www.bbc.co.uk/introducing and who knows next year they could be playing at Reading & Leeds on the BBC Introducing Stage.
Reading & Leeds will each have a dedicated BBC Radio 1Xtra Stage delivering the best of hip-hop and grime from the UK and farther afield, which will run across all three festival days and showcase the cream of urban artists and music on offer. www.bbc.co.uk/1xtra/
BBC Three will be once again be broadcasting live from the Reading site with shows each evening featuring performances from the Main and NME/Radio1 Stages plus interviews and ‘tree-house’ performances with many of the acts playing over the weekend. www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree
NME will be reporting live from Reading & Leeds Festivals throughout the weekend capturing all the action as it happens. Visit www.NME.com for the latest on stage and backstage news, plus photo galleries and exclusive video interviews. A special Reading & Leeds collectors’ issue of NME will be on sale nationwide from Wednesday 28th August, with a full round up from both sites.