Reading and Leeds have released their third and final headliner, Eminem. The ‘Rap God’ will join previously announced Muse and Kasabian on one of the biggest line ups to date.
Also announced today is Migos, Giggs, Haim, You Me At Six, Halsey, Blossoms, Billy Talent, Mallory Knox, Lethal Bizzle and Dave.
Consistently seen as one of the greatest rappers of all time, Eminem is not only a titan in hip-hop but in modern culture itself. One of the biggest selling artists of the 21st century, his razor-sharp wit and impeccable larger than life anthems continue to defy boundaries, with the likes of ‘Lose Yourself’, ‘My Name Is’, ’Not Afraid’ and ‘The Monster’ all storming charts and record collections around the world. His return to Reading and Leeds marks an extremely rare opportunity to witness an icon in the flesh.
‘Bad and Boujee’ hip-hop superstars Migos will return to the UK this summer, with a huge appearance lined up at the festival. One of the most talked-about groups of the year; the trio have become global symbols of a new wave of modern rap following the release of their latest album CULTURE. Expect a swagger-filled performance as Migos make their way to Reading and Leeds.
South London rapper Giggs will continue his march to the top with an unparalleled set at this year’s festivals, bringing the gritty sounds of latest album Landlord to the fields, in a crowning moment for one of the genre’s most defiant voices.
One of the most hotly anticipated returns of the year, HAIM are set to land at Reading and Leeds this summer with a sun-soaked guitar-pop filled performance. Delving into classics from their 2013 debut Days Are Gone and sure-to-be hits from their upcoming new record, it’ll be unforgettable set as rock’s beloved sensations take to the stage.
British arena-rock kings You Me At Six will continue their rich history at Reading and Leeds, packing in anthems from their career along with the heavy kicks of latest album Night People. A band born for the biggest stages, the crowds are set to bear witness to a landmark step from a band that stand head and shoulders above the rest.
This festival is set to be huge, with weekend tickets costing £205, it is bound to be a sell out.