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BBC Announce Live Archive Performances To Mark Reading & Leeds 2020

Mark this year’s Reading & Leeds weekend by watching a bunch of festival sets from Muse, Enter Shikari, Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro and more.

If you were worried that this year’s usual Reading & Leeds August bank holiday weekend was looking considerably more boring now with the cancellation of the festival, then fear not! Because BBC have just announced that they’ll be streaming a whole bunch of live performances from August 28 – 30 to keep us all entertained.

We’re buzzing to announce that we’re teaming up with BBC Music to bring you live performances from Reading & Leeds over the years,” say the festival organisers. “We’ll be marking the August bank holiday with a selection of exclusive performances and unforgettable memories.”

Read this: The more things change: How Biffy Clyro found hope in chaos

Featured in this weekend-long coverage are Kerrang! favourites such as Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro, Enter Shikari, Muse, Queens Of The Stone Age and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, as well as the likes of Billie Eilish, The 1975, Radiohead and more.

While Foos’ epic 2019 headline set will be available to view specifically from midnight to 2am on August 29 on BBC Four, everything else can be seen on BBC iPlayer from midday to midnight.

Head on over to readingfestival.com/news/bbc-live-past-performance-broadcast for all the info.

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Posted on August 13th 2020, 1:04pm
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