DIIV, Savages and Villagers added to Reading & Leeds Festival line-up

34 new acts announced for the August bank holiday weekend event

DIIV, Savages and Villagers added to Reading & Leeds Festival line-up

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DIIV, Savages and Villagers are among the latest acts confirmed to play this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals.

Over 30 new acts have been confirmed with US acts such as Wavves, Darwin Deez and DIIV joining bands like Savages, Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs and Mount Kimbie. Don Broco are new on the Main Stage while Deaf Havana and Villagers will both perform on the NME/Radio 1 stage across the weekend.

The latest line-up additions are as follows:

Don Broco
The Pretty Reckless
Deaf Havana
Darwin Deez
Villagers
Wavves
Alvin Risk
Night Engine
Hawk Eyes
Filter
Hacktivist
Frankie & The Heartstrings
Feed The Rhino
The Creepshow
Rat Attack
Palm Reader
Gnarwolves
PAPA
Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs
Savages
DIIV
Dan Croll
Sons & Lovers
Mount Kimbie
In The Valley Below
China Rats
San Cisco
Itch
Chance The Rapper
Post War Years
Pegboard Nerds
Sonic Boom Six
Off With Their Heads
Chuck Ragan
Anti Vigilante
Sharks
Great Cynics
The Virginmarys
Beware Of Darkness


Green Day, Eminem and Biffy Clyro headline this year's Reading & Leeds Festivals. See NME.COM/festivals/reading-and-leeds, Readingfestival.com and Leedsfestival.com for more information about this summer's events.

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