Reading and Leeds Festival 2021 tickets: Where to get tickets for next year's return

Reading and Leeds Festival 2021 tickets: Where to get tickets for next year's return

WE'RE all looking forward to the return of festivals, and who can blame us after a year with no events.

So if you're thinking ahead to 2021, here's how to secure your place and grab Reading and Leeds Festival 2021 tickets.

We've all missed the mud, the warm beer and most of all the bands, and a week after the release of the line up, Reading and Leeds have announced how you can get tickets today.

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None other than Stormzy, Liam Gallagher and Post Malone have been booked to headline, as well as appearances from Catfish and the Bottlemen, Queens of the Stone Age, Lewis Capaldi, Two Door Cinema Club and more.

Sounds good right? Well if you want to join them here's everything you need to know.

When is Reading and Leeds Festival 2021?

The two events will take place at Richfield Avenue in Reading and Bramham Park in Leeds from Friday August 27 until Sunday August 29.

Who is on the 2021 line-up?

Some big names have been booked for 2021, after a year off they're clearly not holding back. Some of the big names booked so far:

  • Stormzy
  • Catfish and the Bottlemen
  • Post Malone
  • Disclosure
  • Liam Gallagher
  • Queens of the Stone Age
  • Lewis Capaldi
  • Two Door Cinema Club
  • AJ Tracey
  • DaBaby
  • Doja Cat
  • Mabel

#RANDL21 is going to be BIGGER and BETTER than ever 🤘 Here are your SIX HEADLINERS across TWO main stages 🎪 NO MAIN STAGE CLASHES 🎟️ General on sale Thursday 3rd September at 9:00am 👍

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How to get tickets to Reading and Leeds 2021?

Bought a ticket to Reading and Leeds 2020? Your ticket agent should have been in touch with the option to transfer their tickets to next year's run.

Lucky you, you're in.

Not got yours yet, you'll need to be quick but they're on sale now from Ticketmaster here.

Get them before they go!

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