Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Radiohead Set For Reading And Leeds This Weekend

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Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys and Radiohead are set to play Reading and Leeds Festivals this weekend (August 28-30).

Placebo, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Bloc Party are also on the Main Stage bill for the events.

Elsewhere, new bands including The Big Pink, The Temper Trap and Bombay Bicycle Club will take to The Festival Republic Stage.

For a break from the live bands, Adam Buxton is speaking about the ‘Evolution of Music Video’ and Jeffrey Lewis is set to hold a lecture on the Watchmen comic book on the Alternative Stage at Reading on Sunday (August 30).

While on the Leeds site comedians Mark Olver and Junior Simpson will take to the Alternative Stage on Friday (August 28).

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