Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds Festivals new names announced

NME.COM has all the latest additions to this year's bill

Jamie T, The Shins and Good Shoes are among the latest acts to join the Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds Festivals line-up.

They join previously announced headliners Razorlight, Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Smashing Pumpkins.

The new additions to the bill are:

Jamie T

The Shins

Good Shoes

Jimmy Eat World

The Long Blondes

Little Man Tate

The Pipettes

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly

The Enemy

The Horrors

Sparta

Eagles Of Death Metal

Dead 60s

The Pigeon Detectives

The Young Knives

Nine Black Alps

The Uses

Hellogoodbye

Gym Class Heroes

Cold War Kids

The Maccabees

The Sunshine Underground

New Young Pony Club

Hadouken!

Late Of The Pier

To see where the new additions are playing, plus all acts that have been previously announced, check out the line-up so far below:

Friday August 24 Carling Weekend: Reading Festival

Saturday August 25 Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival

Main stage

Razorlight

Kings Of leon

Interpol

Maximo Park

Jimmy Eat World

The Gossip

Gogol Bordello

The Long Blondes

Little Man Tate

The Pipettes

NME/Radio 1 Stage

Ash

Brand New

The Subways

Enter Shikari

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly

The Enemy

The Horrors

Sparta

Saturday August 25 Carling Weekend: Reading Festival

Sunday August 26 Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival

Main Stage

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Arcade Fire

Bloc Party

Panic At The Disco

Angels And Airwaves

The Shins

Eagles Of Death Metal

Dead 60s

NME/Radio 1 Stage

The View

We Are Scientists

Biffy Clyro

The Twang

Special Guests tbc

The Pigeon Detectives

The Young Knives

Nine Black Alps

Good Shoes

Sunday August 26 Carling Weekend: Reading Festival

Friday August 24 Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival

Main Stage

The Smashing pumpkins

Nine Inch Nails

Lostprophets

Fall Out Boy

Funeral For A Friend

+44

The Used

TBC

Hellogoodbye

Gym Class Heroes

NME/Radio 1 Stage

Klaxons

LCD Soundsystem

CSS

Jamie T

Special guest

Cold War Kids

The Maccabees

The Sunshine Underground

New Young Pony Club

Hadouken!

Late Of The Pier

For more on the additions to the bill and to read an new interview with Jamie T check out this week’s issue of NME which hits UK newsstands from May 2.