The Leeds & Reading 2020 line-up is out at 9am tomorrow

 The Leeds & Reading 2020 line-up is out at 9am tomorrow

The long-awaited line-up posters for this summer’s Leeds and Reading Festivals will be revealed at 9am tomorrow morning, Tuesday 11th February.

Tickets will then go on sale at 9am Thursday 13th February following an exclusive presale for Barclaycard customers.

UPDATE: Rage Against The Machine have now been confirmed as headliners.
UPDATE 2: Stormzy has been confirmed as the final headliner as around a dozen acts were revealed on Radio 1 this morning.

We’ve known Liam Gallagher is headlining since he broke the news himself on Twitter back in November, but the rest of the line-up has remained a mystery. With countless other festivals revealing their line-ups over the last fortnight, fans were beginning to joke the Leeds & Reading announcements would never arrive.

Leeds and Reading both take place over the August bank holiday weekend, with the two festivals sharing the same line-up.

Instalment plans and day tickets will also be available, along with early entry passes, which grant festivalgoers access to the campsite from Wednesday onwards.

Coach travel and ‘camping plus’ glamping accommodation are both on sale now, with bell tents and ‘crew huts’ available.

In December, TheFestivals learned 35 people were arrested for drug dealing at Leeds Festival 2019 through a Freedom of Information request. Police seized 1,609 ecstasy pills and 728g of MDMA, along with 350g of cocaine, 705g of ketamine and 2.4 kilos of weed.

Jess Clayton, Force Drugs Co-ordinator for West Yorkshire Police, told TheFestivals: “The potential consequences of taking illegal substances, both at festivals and across our wider night-time economy, is well documented. Particularly when mixing different types of drugs and drinking alcohol, it can prove to be a fatal cocktail. We continue to work hard alongside our partners to warn of these dangers, as well as promoting the support networks available.

“Supplying drugs can also have a significant impact upon an individual’s future and we highlight this message to discourage individuals from becoming involved. It is, however, a crime that we take extremely seriously and we will always pursue those who commit such offences to the detriment of our local communities.”

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