Rocket From The Crypt headline the one-day Concrete Jungle Stage...

A host of new bands have been added to this year's CARLING WEEKEND FESTIVAL, including THE DONNAS, (HED) PE and ROCKET FROM THE CRYPT, who will headline the new one-day CONCRETE JUNGLE STAGE.

This year's festival takes place over the weekend of August 24-26, at Temple Newsam in Leeds and Richfield Avenue in Reading.

The Concrete Jungle Day takes place in Reading on August 25 and Leeds the following day (August 26). Organisers hope the stage will highlight the best skate, punk and ska bands.

In addition to headliners Rocket From The Crypt, other confirmed bands include Reel Big Fish, Lagwagon, Snuff, Mad Caddies and 28 Days.

Elsewhere, The Donnas, (Hed) PE, Staind, Boy Hits Car and Fear Factory have been added to the main stage line-up, while Dislocated Styles and Seafood have both been added to the Evening Session Stage.

This year's festival is headlined by Travis, Manic Street Preachers and Eminem.

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