Our top tips for Reading and Leeds Festival 2023

As festival season nears a close we thought we’d share some of our top tips for one of the last and biggest parties of the summer – Reading and Leeds.

2023 is yet another stacked multi-genre lineup with the likes of Billie Eilish, the 1975, Steve Lacey and many more taking to the stage. In order to navigate through it we’re going to break down our must see acts for the weekend

Reading and Leeds Festivals 2023 | Tickets, Line Up & Info | Ticketmaster UK

Buy Leeds tickets here
Buy Reading tickets here

  1. The 1975

    Anticipation soars as The 1975 prepares to grace the stages of Reading & Leeds Festival, commemorating the 10th anniversary of their iconic self-titled debut album that they plan to play in full at the festivals. Fans are in for a nostalgic journey, reliving the band’s evolution and the timeless tracks that have left an undeniable mark on the music scene.

    The 1975: Malaysia festival cancelled after gay kiss demands $2.7m in  damages from British band | The 1975 | The Guardian
  2. Fat Dog

    Freshly signed to Domino (home to the Arctic Monkeys & Wet Leg) we have first hand experience watching them at Green Man Festival last weekend. Perhaps one of the best gig’s we’ve been to in a while. Don’t miss them !

    Fat Dog share debut single 'King of the Slugs' | DIY Magazine
  3. Sea Girls

    Sea Girls are an English indie rock band known for their indie pop anthems and energetic live shows. Definitely worth a watch

    Sea Girls: Open Up Your Head review – yearning for the ...
  4. Holly Humberstone

    British singer/songwriter Holly Humberstone is known for her dusky indie pop bangers. Drawing inspiration from artists like Damien Rice, Lorde, Bon Iver, Holly has supported the likes of Lewis Capaldi and recently collaborated with Bombay Bicycle Club.

    Holly Humberstone: Heart-on-sleeve spectral synth-pop perfect for Lorde and  Phoebe Bridgers fans
  5. Wet Leg

    The Isle of Wight duo are fresh from supporting Harry Styles on his global tour and are one of 2023’s standout acts. We know we’ll be at the front in the mosh !

    Hear Wet Leg talk about their journey to their debut, self-titled album :  World Cafe : NPR
Tagged ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.