Full lineup of BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds festivals revealed

Thumpers, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Jaws and Glass Caves are just some of the artists who will appear

Full lineup of BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds festivals revealed

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The full lineup of the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds festivals has been announced.

Thumpers, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Jaws and Glass Caves are just some of the acts set to appear. Also revealed today is the lineup for the Dance To The Radio stage, which is at Leeds festival only. The Crooks and Hookworms are among the acts playing.

The annual bash, which takes place on August 23–25 will this year be headlined by Green Day, Eminem and Biffy Clyro. Other huge names on the lineup include Nine Inch Nails, who will return to perform at the festival for the first time since 2007, as well as Foals, Frank Turner, Deftones, and System of a Down.

The NME/Radio One stage will be headlined by Skrillex, Alt-J and Phoenix. Other acts playing include A$AP Rocky, Major Lazer, Jake Bugg, Tame Impala, Azealia Banks, Disclosure, Peace, Palma Violets, Fidlar and Haim.

The lineup for the BBC Introducing stage is as follows:

Amber
As Elephants Are
Big Wave
Casablanca
Catfish & The Bottlemen
City Of Lights
Crusades
Denai Moore
Glass Caves
The Grand
I Divide
Jaws
Joel Baker
King No-One
Lonely The Brave
Man Can’t Fly
Mausi
Modo Stare
Peasants King
Prides
Saint Raymond
Ruen Brothers
Slaves
Sundara Karma
Theory 59
Thumpers
To Be Frank
Tripwires
We Are Fiction
We Are Knuckle Dragger
Witch Hunt
Zaheer

Dance To The Radio Stage (Leeds only)

Black Moth
The Crookes
Dutch Uncles
Hookworms
Menace Beach


See NME.COM/festivals/reading-and-leeds, Readingfestival.com and Leedsfestival.com for more information about this summer's events.

Earlier today, it was announced that weekend tickets for Reading Festival have sold out. There are still a limited number of day tickets available for the Sunday as well as weekend tickets for Leeds. Click here to check the availability of Reading Festivals tickets and Leeds Festivals tickets.

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