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Mike Shinoda set for Reading and Leeds festival

Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda to play two exclusive festival shows.

Kings of Leon
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Reading and Leeds festival has revealed further details of its 2018 line-up, which includes an exclusive performance from Mike Shinoda, the founding member of legendary rock band Linkin Park. He will play exclusive festival shows at Reading and Leeds Festivals this Summer. Fans can expect a mixture of material new and old including the Post Traumatic EP and new music to be released later this year.

Festival promoters have also revealed new details regarding the comedy line-up with new additions of Harry Hill , Lee Nelson , Joel Dommett , Big Shaq Mo and many more.

The latest additions are:

23 Unofficial, Alma, A2, A-Trak, Adz and Lb, BØRNS, Black Futures, Black Peaks, Bobii Lewis, Brunswick, Bryn, Demob Happy, DJ Semtex (Reading Only), DJ Target, Easy Life, Ebenezer, Ecca Vandal, Fekky, Hak Baker, Headie One, Hex, Hippo Campus, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, Isaac Gracie, Izzie Gibbs, Lady Bird, Last Night In Paris, Man With A Mission, Marsicans, Mason Maynard, Metz, Nines, Normandie, Otherkin, Petrol Girls, Pretty Vicious, Rae Morris, Shvpes, Skindred, Skinny Girl Diet, Sleep Token, Spector, Spring King, Steel Banglez, Sunflower Bean, Teenage Wrist, The Joy Formidable, Ten Tonnes, The Faim, The Xcerts, Touts, West Thebarton, Wyvern Lingo and Yungblud were also announced as Reading and Leeds music appearances this summer.

The full Alternative Stage comedy line-up as announced so far is: Big Shaq (Michael Dapaah), Harry Hill, Seann Walsh, Lee Nelson, Joel Dommett, Mo Gilligan, Lloyd Griffith, Neil Hilborn, Dane Baptiste, Tez Ilyas, Tom Lucy, Paul McCaffrey, Kinetic Comedy, Kiri Pritchard-Mclean, Lauren Pattison, Jayde Adams, Jarlath Regan, Mawaan Rizwan, Tom Deacon, James Gill, Elliot Steel, Mark Olver and Danny McLoughlin.

They join the already announced headliners:
Kings Of Leon, Kendrick Lamar, Fall Out Boy And Panic! At The Disco

Reading and Leeds festivals take place during the August bank holiday weekend.

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