Over 70 names have been added to the Reading & Leeds 2019 line-up

It's shaping up now...

Machine Gun Kelly, Dave, Anteros, Mini Mansions and Of Mice And Men are among more than 70 names to be added to the line-up for Reading & Leeds festival 2019. Check out the full line-up so far below.

As the rapper prepares to releases his highly-anticipated debut album ‘Psychodrama’, Dave has been announced to headline the BBC Radio One Stage. Meanwhile, Machine Gun Kelly will also be taking to the second while Dappy hits the 1Xtra Stage and The Pit welcomes the likes of PUP, Of Mice & Men and Blood Youth.

They’ll be joining headliners Foo Fighters, Post Malone, The 1975 and Twenty One Pilots, along with Royal Blood, Blossoms, Billie Eilish, Mura Masa, The Distillers, Anderson. Paak and many more.

The fill list of new additions is:

Æ MAK
AITCH
ANTEROS
ANTI UP
BAD CHILD  
BAKAR
BASEMENT
BELAKO
BLACK HONEY  
BLADE BROWN
BLOOD YOUTH
BOSTON MANOR
BRUNSWICK  
CEMETERY SUN
CLAIRO
COUNTERFEIT
DANILEIGH
DAPPY
DAVE
DENO DRIZ
DILLON FRANCIS
DIMENSION
DJ TARGET
DREAM STATE
DREAMERS
THE FAIM FIDLAR
GEORGIA
GHOSTEMANE
HIGHER POWER  
HIMALAYAS
HOBO JOHNSON & THE LOVEMAKERS
HOT MILK  
JAGUAR SKILLS
JAMES ORGAN
JEREMY ZUCKER
JUST BANCO  
K-TRAP
KENNY ALLSTAR 
KING PRINCESS
LOSKI
MACHINE GUN KELLY
MALEEK BERRY 
MASICKA
MAYDAY PARADE
MELLA DEE
MILK TEETH
MINI MANSIONS MOONTOWER
MTRNICA
MUZZY
NIGHT RIOTS
OCEAN ALLEY
OF MICE & MEN
PARIS
PATENT PENDING 
PIP BLOM
PRESS CLUB
PROSPA
PUP
PUPPY
RODDY RICCH
SAINT JHN SEA GIRLS
SMOKEASAC 
THE SNUTS
SOPHIE AND THE GIANTS SPORTS TEAM
STAND ATLANTIC
SWMRS 
TEDDY
TIFFANY CALVER
TION WAYNE 
TOMMY GENESIS 
TRUEMENDOUS VALERAS
WHITE REAPER
ZUZU

The line-up for Reading & Leeds 2019

Reading & Leeds 2019 takes place from Friday 23 – Sunday 25 August.

Speaking to NME last year about what to expect from his debut, Dave said: “You know what, I’ve been going through a lot recently. It’s difficult to speak about, but my friend always said that when you’re speaking, just keep it in the music. I feel like I’ve gone through a lot in the last couple of months that’s going to allow me to open up a brand new chapter in my life.”

He added added that he hoped the record would “shine a light” on a number of cultural aspects – including the current state of life in the capital.

“London’s in a crazy place right now,” Dave continued. “It’s so positive in certain areas and so negative in certain areas. I feel like now is the best time to speak about it, and put that into the music.”