Today we’re excited to reveal this year’s Reading and Leeds line-up – so keep clicking to find out who’s playing across the stages this summer. Guns N’ Roses are set to headline the festival, eight years after they last rocked Leeds in 2002.
Josh Homme returns to Queens Of The Stone Age for the weekend after his recent gigs with Them Crooked Vultures.
Biffy Clyro are also set to play Reading and Leeds following their appearance at 2008’s festival.
Lostprophets join the rock-filled line-up. They played the NME/Radio 1 stage in 2009.
Gypsy punk legends Gogol Bordello will bring their colourful performances back to the event in 2010.
Carl and Pete are finally putting the past behind them for a Libertines Reading and Leeds reunion.
Dizzee Rascal is busy on the festival circuit this year with performances at Lovebox, Global Gathering, Bestival and now Reading and Leeds confirmed.
Representing the girls, Hayley Williams is playing Reading and Leeds with Paramore.
Pendulum are keeping busy in 2010 with a headline tour in May and now a slot at the Reading And Leeds festival.
Crystal Castles will play the weekend following the release of their new album this spring.
In 2006 Klaxons played the new bands tent, now the Mercury Music Prize winners take to a much bigger stage at this year’s festival.
Cypress Hill are also back with a new album, ‘Rise Up’, and are set to play at the festival. They headlined the event back in 1994, when it jut took place at Reading.
Foals are set to rock 2010’s event after the release of their critically acclaimed new album ‘Total Life Forever’.
We Are Scientists are playing Reading and Leeds after their Camden Crawl appearance in May.
Shockwaves NME Awards tour favourites The Drums will take to the stage for this year’s festival.
Following the release of their B-sides and remixes album ‘Tribalism’, Enter Shikari have announced that they’re on the Reading and Leeds bill.
The Maccabees headlined the NME Awards tour, and now they’re taking to the stage at this year’s festival.
Blink-182 have been announced as Reading And Leeds headliners, alongside Arcade Fire and Guns N’ Roses.
The Gaslight Anthem are releasing their new album ‘American Slang’ in June, so expect to hear new tracks when they play the festival in August.
Yeasayer released new album ‘Odd Blood’ earlier this year, now they’ve announced they’re playing Reading and Leeds 2010.
NME cover stars Mumford & Sons will play this year’s festival – expect banjos at dawn.
Arcade Fire make a long-overdue return to the UK to headline the Reading and Leeds festival.
Also old hands at the festival, The Cribs return to the UK for the bank holiday bash.
American indie rockers Band of Horses are joining the Reading and Leeds bill, no doubt playing hits from their forthcoming third LP ‘Infinite Arms’.
Modest Mouse are also on the bill for the 2010 event.