The Strokes, Muse, MCR and Pulp for Reading And Leeds Festivals 2011

Plus Pete Doherty, Beady Eye and The Horrors for August events

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Muse and My Chemical Romance will headline this summer's Reading And Leeds Festivals, while The Strokes and Pulp will play co-headline slots.

Beady Eye, The Horrors, The Vaccines, Pete Doherty, Jane's Addiction, Crystal Castles and Friendly Fires are also on the bill. See below for the line-up so far.

To check availability Reading And Leeds Festivals tickets, which went on sale at 7:15pm (GMT) today (March 21), go to NME.COM/tickets or call 0871 230 1094.

The events take place on August 26-28. Other notable names on the line-up include White Lies, Elbow, The Naked And Famous, Metronomy and Two Door Cinema Club.

See NME.COM/festivals/reading-and-leeds, Readingfestival.com and Leedsfestival.com for more information.

Get the next issue of NME for exclusive interviews with Muse, My Chemical Romance and other big names on the bill. It'll be on UK newsstands on Wednesday (23) and available digitally.

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The Reading And Leeds Festivals line-ups so far are:

Reading: August 26 (Fri), Leeds: August 27 (Sat)

Main Stage
My Chemical Romance
30 Seconds To Mars
The Offspring
Deftones
Rise Against
Bring Me The Horizon
New Found Glory
The Blackout
Architects

NME/Radio 1 Stage
Beady Eye
White Lies
Noah & The Whale
The Vaccines
Metronomy
Patrick Wolf
The Naked And Famous

Festival Republic Stage
The Horrors

Reading: August 29 (Sat), Leeds: August 30 (Sun)

Main Stage
The Strokes (to close Reading)
Pulp (to close Leeds)
The National
Jimmy Eat World
Madness
Two Door Cinema Club
Seasick Steve
The Pigeon Detectives
The Joy Formidable

NME/Radio 1 Stage
Jane's Addiction
Crystal Castles
Bombay Bicycle Club
Everything Everything
The Kills
OFWGKTA

Festival Republic Stage
The Midnight Beast

Reading: August 28 (Sun), Leeds: August 26 (Fri)

Main Stage
Muse
Elbow
Interpol
Friendly Fires
Enter Shikari
The View
Frank Turner
Taking Back Sunday
We Are The Ocean

NME/Radio 1 Stage
2manydjs (co-headline – playing last on both sites)
The Streets (co-headline)
Death From Above 1979
Panic! At The Disco
Warpaint
Chapel Club
Cage The Elephant

Festival Republic Stage
Peter Doherty

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