The Reading and Leeds Festival 2019 headline acts have been revealed this morning.
Greg James let slip the news on his BBC Radio 1 Breakfast show and told listeners that he knew all four of the weekend’s headliners.
They are Post Malone, The 1975, Twenty One Pilots and Foo Fighters, who will spread their time between both campmates across the four days of the festival.
Tickets to the festival go on sale this Friday (November 23) from 9am, when music fans can get their hands on the four-day weekend camping ticket.
This year Reading festival-goers will also be offered early entry passes, campervan access and white car park passes for an extra price, while Leeds revellers can purchase early entry, campervan and locker access as extras.
US rapper Post Malone tops the bill
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Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots
Dave Grohl will be headlining with band the rock band the Foo Fighters
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Matthew Healy and The 1975 are the fourth headliner to be announced
Reading and Leeds Festival kicks off on Friday August 23 and goes on until Sunday August 25 on the usual sites of Richfield Avenue and Bramham Park.
Following on from the four headliners, the full bill will be announced by DJ Annie Mac on her Radio 1 show this evening.
Last year’s headliners were Fall Out Boy and Travis Scott (who co-headlined), Kendrick Lamar and Kings of Leon.