Dry The River, Pete And The Pirates added to Reading And Leeds Festivals – ticket details

Line-up for event's Alternative Stage expands

Dry The River, Pete And The Pirates added to Reading And Leeds Festivals – ticket details

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Dry The River and Pete And The Pirates have joined the line-up on the Alternative Stage at this year's Reading And Leeds Festivals.

The bands join a host of new acts who have been added to comedy and spoken word bill at the Alternative Stage, with Rob Rouse, Roisin Conaty and Tom Wrigglesworth among the new additions.

The stage will also host screenings of PJ Harvey's series of short films for her new album 'Let England Shake, Nirvana's historic set at Reading Festival in 1992 and the Beastie Boys' new film Fight For Your Right Revisited.

The festival itself will feature headline sets from Muse, My Chemical Romance and a co-effort from Pulp and The Strokes.

See NME.COM/festivals/reading-and-leeds, Readingfestival.com and Leedsfestival.com for more information.

To check the availability of Reading And Leeds Festivals tickets, go to NME.COM/tickets or call 0871 230 1094.

The Reading And Leeds Festivals line-ups so far are:

The Alternative Stage [Appearing across the weekend]
Henry Rollins
Lee Nelson
Mark Thomas
Russell Kate
Tim Minchin
Abandoman
Al Pitcher
Andrew O’Neill
Brigitte Aphrodite
Craig Campbell
Danny McGloughlin
Daniel Sloss
Dave Twentyman
Deadcat Bounce
Dizraeli
Doc Brown
Dry The River
Future Cinema with Guillemots
Future Disco
Gar Murran
Goldierocks
Jimmy McGhie
Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit
Josh Widdicombe
Late Night Gimp Fight
Mark Watson
Marlon Davis
Mike Bubbins
Pete And The Pirates
Popcorn Comedy
Rob Rouse
Roisin Conaty
Saul Williams
Seann Walsh
Stephen Grant
Stephen Williams
Steve Hughes
The Petebox
The Rubberbandits
Tom Deacon
Tom Wrigglesworth
Transgressive Records

Reading: August 26 (Fri), Leeds: August 27 (Sat)
Main Stage
My Chemical Romance
30 Seconds To Mars
The Offspring
Deftones
Rise Against
Bring Me The Horizon
New Found Glory
The Blackout
Architects

NME/Radio 1 Stage
Beady Eye
White Lies
Noah & The Whale
The Vaccines
Metronomy
Patrick Wolf
The Naked And Famous
Mona
Miles Kane
Frankie & The Heartstrings
Pulled Apart By Horses

Festival Republic Stage
The Horrors
Digitalism
Tom Vek
White Denim
Anna Calvi
The Antlers
Foster The People
Cerebral Ballzy
Dry The River
Royal Bangs
The Computers
Islet
Mini Mansions
Cherri Bomb

The Dance Stage
UNKLE Sounds
Simian Mobile Disco (Live)
Sub Focus (live)
Nero (DJ set)
SBTRKT (DJ set)
Devlin
Crystal Fighters
Mount Kimbie
Does It Offend You, Yeah?
Cold Cave
D/R/U/G/S

Reading: August 29 (Sat), Leeds: August 30 (Sun)
Main Stage
The Strokes (to close Reading)
Pulp (to close Leeds)
The National
Jimmy Eat World
Madness
Two Door Cinema Club
Seasick Steve
The Pigeon Detectives
The Joy Formidable

NME/Radio 1 Stage
Jane's Addiction
Crystal Castles
Bombay Bicycle Club
Glassjaw
Everything Everything
The Kills
OFWGKTA
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Yuck
Funeral Party

Festival Republic Stage
The Midnight Beast
Rival Schools
And So I Watch You From Afar
Smith Westerns
Cloud Control
Cults
Mariarchi El Bronx
Grouplove
Tribes
Big Deal
Young The Giant
She Keeps Bees

Reading: August 28 (Sun), Leeds: August 26 (Fri)
Main Stage
Muse
Elbow
Interpol
Friendly Fires
Enter Shikari
The View
Frank Turner
Taking Back Sunday
We Are The Ocean

NME/Radio 1 Stage
2manydjs (co-headline – playing last on both sites)
The Streets (co-headline)
Death From Above 1979
Panic! At The Disco
Warpaint
Chapel Club
Cage The Elephant
Best Coast
Fucked Up
Dananananaykroyd

Festival Republic Stage
Peter Doherty
Viva Brother
Ed Sheeran
The Twilight Singers
CocknBullKid
Twin Atlantic
Fight Like Apes
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Little Comets
Dutch Uncles
Nightbox
Flats
Romance

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