ONSTAGE TRANSPLANTS!

There's a punk supergroup heading over...

ONSTAGE TRANSPLANTS!
THE TRANSPLANTS have been confirmed as headliners for the RADIO 1 LOCK-UP STAGE at this year’s CARLING WEEKEND: READING AND LEEDS FESTIVALS.


The punk supergroup, which features Rancid’s Tim Armstrong and Blink 182’s Travis Barker play in Reading on the Saturday (August 27) and Leeds on the Sunday (28). They are joined by a line-up which also includes Pixies, Hatebreed, Anti Flag, Rise Against, Dwarves, Capdown, Million Dead, Emanuel, The Explosion and No Comply.


The Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festivals take place between August 26 and 28 at Richfield Avenue in Reading and Bramham Park in Leeds and will see Iron Maiden, Foo Fighters and [a][/a] headline over the three days.

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