The Vaccines, Bring Me The Horizon, Friendly Fires all set for Reading and Leeds signing tent Bring Me The Horizon Tickets

Bombay Bicycle Club, Frank Turner, Enter Shikari will also be on autograph duty

The Vaccines, Bring Me The Horizon, Friendly Fires all set for Reading and Leeds signing tent

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Bring Me The Horizon, The Vaccines, Friendly Fires and Bombay Bicycle Club are among the acts announced for the NME signing tent at this weekend's Reading And Leeds Festivals.

Also confirmed to sign autographs at both sites across the weekend are Enter Shikari, Taking Back Sunday, Frank Turner, The Naked And Famous, Two Door Cinema Club and a host of other acts.

Reading And Leeds Festivals take place this weekend (August 26-28), with headline sets from Muse, My Chemical Romance and a co-effort from Pulp and The Strokes.

The following bands will be signing on Friday August 26 at Reading/Saturday August 27 at Leeds:

Bring Me The Horizon (1pm – 1.45pm*/6.15pm – 7pm**)
Patrick Wolf (2pm – 2.45pm)
The Blackout (3pm – 3.45pm)
The Vaccines (4pm – 4.45pm)
The Naked And Famous (5pm – 5.30pm)
Cerebral Ballzy (5.30pm – 6pm)


The following bands will be signing on Saturday August 27 at Reading/Sunday August 28 at Leeds:

Two Door Cinema Club (1pm – 1.30pm)
Jimmy Eat World (2.30pm – 3pm)
The Pigeon Detectives (3pm - 3.30pm)
The Joy Formidable (3.30pm – 4pm)
Bombay Bicycle Club (4pm – 4.45pm)
The Midnight Beast (5pm – 5.30pm)
The King Blues (6pm – 6.30pm)


The following bands will be signing on Sunday August 28 at Reading/Friday August 26 at Leeds:

Enter Shikari (12.30pm – 1pm)
Friendly Fires (1.30pm – 2pm*/7.15pm – 7.45pm**)
Fucked Up (2.15pm – 3pm)
Taking Back Sunday (3pm – 3.45pm)
Viva Brother (4pm – 4.30pm)
Cage The Elephant (4.30pm – 5pm)
Frank Turner (5pm – 5.45pm)
Warpaint (6pm – 6.45pm)


*Reading only
**Leeds only

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