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Toy, Honeyblood, Superfood and more to play on Thursday night at Leeds Festival

Fryars will also perform on Dance To The Radio stage

Toy, Honeyblood, Superfood and more to play on Thursday night at Leeds Festival

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Toy and Superfood are among the artists who will perform on the Dance To The Radio stage at Leeds Festival.

The bands will take to the stage on the Thursday night of the festival, before the bulk of the three-day event begins. Joining Toy and Superfood on the line-up will be Honeyblood and Fryars, with the performances starting from 7pm.

Paramore, Queens Of The Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys and Blink-182 will headline Reading and Leeds Festivals 2014, which takes place between August 22-24. It will be both Queens Of The Stone Age and Paramore's only UK festival appearances of the summer.

Earlier this year it was announced that Gerard Way will play his first ever solo shows at this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals. The former My Chemical Romance frontman will join The Horrors, Palma Violets, Pulled Apart By Horses, The Kooks, Twin Shadow, Lonely The Brave, Twin Atlantic and Mallory Knox on the bill.

Check out all the best photos from Reading and Leeds Festivals 2013.

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