Leeds and Reading Festival 2020: headline acts, line-up, pre-sale details and tickets for this year's music festival
It's one of the biggest weekends of the live music calendar, and now the headliners for Reading and Leeds Festivals have been announced.
Stormzy, Liam Gallagher and Rage Against the Machine will top the bill on each of the festivals' three days, while the line-up below them also features the biggest and best names in alternative music.
Stormzy - who logged a career defining headline performance at last year's Glastonbury - will headline Reading on the Friday and Leeds on the Saturday.
Liam Gallagher - who self-confirmed his booking late last year to the chagrin of festival organisers - comes to Reading on the Saturday before heading up to Yorkshire to close out the Leeds leg on Sunday.
Rage Against the Machine will be making sure Reading is anything but 'Calm Like a Bomb' on the Sunday, where they'll benefit from a day of rest, having opened Leeds leg on the Friday.
Two Door Cinema Club, All Time Low, Gerry Cinnamon, Courteeners, Run the Jewels, and Slowthai will all be putting in main stage shifts, while Sam Fender, Rex Orange County and AJ Tracey top the line-up on the BBC Radio 1 Stage.
Here's everything you need to know about it:
When are Reading and Leeds?
Both legs of the festival take place over the August bank holiday weekend.
This year, the dates fall between 28 - 30 August.
The annual live music event will take place in Richfield Avenue in Reading and in Bramham Park in Leeds.
Who else is on the line-up?
Stormzy in the headline slot on the Pyramid Stage of Glastonbury in 2019 (Photo: Leon Neal/Getty Images)
The line-up for Reading and Leeds 2020 festival is a typically star-studded affair.
The BBC Radio 1 stage will also see performances from Declan McKenna, Dublin post-punk band Fontaines D.C., Sea Girls, Easy Life, Inhaler, and Bristol punks Idles, among many others.
Fans with more dance-oriented tastes are also in luck, with MK, Solardo and Wilkinson headlining the BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage.
Those with a penchant for slightly heavier music will want to check out The Pit/The Lock Up, where bands like Sleeping With Sirens, Gallows, The Bronx, Cancer Bats, Creeper, and Ho99o9 will be performing.
The Festival Republic stage will be showcasing some of the best new and upcoming indie talents, like Spector, Sports Team and Jaws, while the BBC Radio 1Xtra Stage will be topped by Denzel Curry, Danny Brown and M Huncho.
Of course, the above artists are just a few choice highlights from each stage.
How do I get tickets?
Tickets go on general sale on Thursday 13 February at 9am.
Weekend tickets granting access to all three days of the event will be available, as well day tickets.
Will there be a presale?
Barclaycard customers can get exclusive presale access from 9am on Tuesday 11 February until 8.59am on Thursday 13 February.
They will also get 10% off every presale ticket.