Guns N' Roses, Arcade Fire and Blink-182 to headline Reading And Leeds Festivals 2010

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Guns N' Roses, Arcade Fire and Blink-182 to headline Reading And Leeds Festivals 2010
Guns N' Roses, Arcade Fire and Blink-182 will headline the 2010 Reading And Leeds Festivals – while The Libertines are set to reform especially for the event, NME.COM can reveal.

The first wave of acts for the August 27-28 festival have been announced as tickets for this year's event have gone on sale this evening (March 29).

To check the availability of Reading And Leeds Festivals tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Joining the headliners on the Main Stage are the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Paramore, The Cribs, Biffy Clyro, Weezer and Queens Of The Stone Age, who are making their live comeback after frontman Josh Homme's activities with Them Crooked Vultures.

Meanwhile the NME Radio 1 stage will be headlined by LCD Soundsystem, Klaxons and Pendulum while the likes of Mumford and Sons, Crystal Castles, Foals and Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke's solo side project are also set to play the big top.

Get this week's issue of NME, on UK newsstands from Wednesday (March 31) for exclusive interviews with this year's acts, including a cover story exclusive with The Libertines. In the meantime you can watch a video interview with Reading And Leeds Festivals chief Melvin Benn on this year's festival on the right.

Plus tune into NME Radio via Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727, DAB nationwide or NME.COM/radio for more on the festival.

The 2010 Reading And Leeds Festivals line up so far is:

Reading Friday August 27 / Leeds Sunday August 29
Main Stage

Guns N' Roses
Queens Of The Stone Age
Biffy Clyro
Gogol Bordello
Billy Talent

NME/ Radio 1 Stage
LCD Soundsystem
Mumford & Sons
The Big Pink
Two Door Cinema Club

Reading Saturday August 28/ Leeds Friday August 27
Main Stage

Arcade Fire
The Libertines
Dizzee Rascal
The Cribs
The Maccabees
Modest Mouse
Gaslight Anthem

NME/ Radio 1 Stage
Enter Shikari
Crystal Castles
Special Guests
Frank Turner

Reading Sunday August 29/ Leeds Saturday August 28
Main Stage

Cypress Hill
Limp Bizkit
You Me At Six
All Time Low

NME/ Radio 1 Stage
We are Scientists
Band of Horses
The Drums

More acts will be added to the bill soon. Stay tuned to NME.COM for the latest Reading And Leeds Festivals news first.

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