April 10, 2006 14:00

Exclusive - Last Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds tickets up for grabs

Find out how to get hold of the last few tickets

Exclusive - Last Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds tickets up for grabs
Extra tickets for the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds festivals are going to be released exclusively on NME.COM later this week.

Although all the weekend camping tickets were snapped up in record time after they went on sale on April 3, NME has kept hold of the last 200 tickets for the event, giving those of you who missed out one last chance to go this summer.

There are 100 weekend camping tickets for the Reading leg and 100 weekend camping for the Leeds leg of the festival, which takes place between August 25 and 27.

As revealed last week, this year’s event will be headlined by Franz Ferdinand, Muse and Pearl Jam with bands including Kaiser Chiefs, Arctic Monkeys, The Raconteurs and Dirty Pretty Things all confirmed for the bill.

So how do you get buy the last unsold Carling Weekend tickets anywhere on earth?

Simply get this week's issue of NME, out nationwide on April 12, which features all the details of how to snap up those last few tickets.

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