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Within a week of announcing Reading and Leeds 2017’s third and final headliner, Saturday Day tickets for Reading Festival have completely sold out! Weekend tickets, Friday and Sunday Day tickets for Reading Festival are still available. Leeds Festival tickets are also still available. Festival fans are urged to buy their tickets from official ticket agents as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Taking place from 25th – 27th August, Reading and Leeds will see unforgettable headline performances from rock titans Muse, rap god Eminem and brit rock juggernauts Kasabian. In addition to these mammoth headliners, Reading and Leeds are set to showcase the best in modern music with sets from over 200 additional incredible acts, many of which are still to be announced.
Those who’ve missed out on the opportunity to catch Reading Festival’s Saturday line up can still purchase Reading Festival weekend tickets or head to Leeds Festival to catch incredible acts such as Eminem, Major Lazer, Korn, Migos, While She Sleeps and many more across the highly-anticipated August Bank Holiday weekend.
Tickets for Reading & Leeds Festivals 2017 are on sale now
Instalment plan available now with an initial payment of £50 (Plus booking fee)
Weekend Camping Tickets – £205 (Plus booking fee)
Day Tickets – £65 – Reading Saturday Sold Out
Early entry Pass – £20
Campervan Pass – £75
Seat of Luxury – £35 – Reading Sold Out
Lockers – £20
Reading Car Park – £10
Mobile Charging – £20
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The Access Card is a scheme developed by disabled people for disabled people and is widely accepted at events and venues across the UK. It offers a new and dynamic method of communicating disabled people’s needs and speeds up the ticket purchasing process. Ticketmaster can now process disabled customers’ bookings using The Access Card via their dedicated Customer Services helpline. For more information please visit www.accesscard.org.uk