Blink-182, Klaxons, Paramore for Leeds Festival 2010 day two (Aug 28)

Plus Roots Manuva, Weezer, Limp Bizkit set for event

Blink-182, Klaxons, Paramore for Leeds Festival 2010 day two (Aug 28)
Blink-182, Klaxons, Paramore and Weezer are among the acts set to play at Leeds Festival today (August 28) – the second day of the 2010 event.

American pop-punks Blink-182 headline the Main Stage, playing after Paramore and Weezer. Limp Bizkit and Cypress Hill are also on the Main Stage bill.

Klaxons are set to return to the NME/Radio 1 Stage as headliners, playing after acts including We Are Scientists, Foals, Band Of Horses and Kele.

On the Festival Republic Stage British Sea Power are set to headline, playing after Caribou, Tame Impala, The Like and One Night Only.

The Dance Stage will be headlined by Roots Manuva, with Magnetic Man and Metronomy also on the bill.

NME is coming live from both sites at Reading And Leeds Festivals this weekend. Head to NME.COM/festivals for full coverage including news, reviews, videos and picture galleries.

Plus make sure you buy next week's issue of NME to get the definitive review of Reading And Leeds Festivals, either on UK newsstands from September 1 or digitally worldwide.

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