Reading Festival Weekend Tickets Sold Out!!

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Only a limited number of Sunday Day Tickets remain for Reading Festival.

With a month to go until Reading & Leeds Festivals, taking place from 23rd-25th August, excitement for the event is rising as fast as the recent temperature and the best weekend of the summer is hotting up with the news that all Reading Weekend have now completely sold out!
 
There are now only a limited amount of Sunday Day tickets still available to purchase following the recent sold out announcements for Friday Day Tickets, Saturday Day Tickets and all Early Entry tickets for Reading Festival.

The only way for music fans to guarantee seeing the full amazing Reading & Leeds Festivals line-up is now at Leeds Festival, where fans should take the opportunity to snap up the remaining Early Entry, Day and Weekend tickets and witness the same incredible artists, with UK festival exclusive headline performances from Green Day, Eminem and Biffy Clyro.

If you want to see huge names including Biffy Clyro, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, Azealia Banks, Knife Party, Baauer, Shikari Sound System, Funeral For A Friend, Spector, Wretch 32 and Angel Haze, then a very limited number of Reading Sunday Tickets are still available.

As well as the headliners the Festivals will feature over 200 artists, with UK festival exclusive performances from System of A Down, Fall Out Boy, Skrillex, Deftones, City and Colour and more. Other exciting names confirmed to perform include Devlin and Wretch 32 on the all new BBC Radio 1Xtra Stage, comedy from Judah Friedlander World Champion and Russell Kane, plus Alkaline Trio and Shikari Sound System playing on the Lock Up and the new Rock Stage respectively.  This year is set to be the best year yet, with more stages, more music and more fun to be had than ever before!
 
Those without their tickets should book now to make sure they don’t miss out on what has been voted Best Festival by NME, surely the best place to be with your friends this August Bank Holiday Weekend?!

Published on 24 July 2013 by Ben Robinson

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