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Reading & Leeds Reveal Day Splits And Announce More Acts For The Line-Up

Gallows and more have joined the Reading & Leeds 2021 bill.

As well as announcing the day splits for next year’s festival, Reading & Leeds have added plenty more acts to 2021’s line-up.

Gallows, Nova Twins and Hot Milk all join the bill, along with – in alphabetical order – Bad Boy Chiller Crew, Bloxx, Crucast, Dreya Mac, Gerry Cinnamon, girl in red, Ivorian Doll, KSI, Niko B, Solardo, Sports Team and The Wombats.

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Gallows and Nova Twins will be on the Stormzy / Catfish & The Bottlemen day, which is Friday in Reading and Saturday in Leeds. On the Saturday of Reading and Sunday of Leeds, meanwhile, FEVER 333 will be performing in the day under headliners Post Malone and Disclosure. And then, on Sunday at Reading and Saturday at Leeds, you’ll be able to catch the likes of Neck Deep, YUNGBLUD and Hot Milk with bill-toppers Queens Of The Stone Age and Liam Gallagher.

Take a look at the full breakdown below:

Reading Leeds 2021 Day Splits Poster Line Up
Posted on September 24th 2020, 5:23p.m.
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