Reading Festival � Arctic Monkeys, Blink-182 And More
Any band who has ever meant anything important in the worldwide
music scene has played this iconic festival. From Foo Fighters to Franz Ferdinand, from Slayer to The Strokes, from Prodigy
to Primal Scream, the most influential and top class acts in the world hav risen up through the event's stages. It's an absolute
must for anyone with more than a passing interest in music.
Arctic Monkeys, Blink-182 and You Me At Six are among the
bands on the bill. But part of what makes the event special beyond the music is the fun to be had on the site. The camping
spirit that's seen year by year there is infectious, with lifelong friendships often forged between strangers. Many top bands
have formed having bonded on site over their love of the music on stage. It's a special experience, so don't miss out on the
opportunity to be part of it yourself. Get Reading Festival tickets on StubHub UK.
Reading Festivals � Every
Band That Matters, One Weekend
Having spawned from the National Jazz and Blues Festival in the 1960s, this festival
has since grown to gain a reputation as the British festival that features the most great bands in one place, at any one time.
Moving on from its jazz roots, in the 1970s the event started to get more a of a rock slant, with a number of punk acts playing
on the bill in the latter half of the decade. The rock slant continued in the 1980s, and led to there being an unofficial
'rock day' at the bash. The 1990s saw a seminal moment in rock history when Nirvana played, with Kurt Cobain coming on stage
in a wheelchair. Rock history was made again in 1996 when The Stone Roses played their final gig there.
Every year since
has seen something significant happen beyond the amazing music. What will happen this year? Get Reading Festival tickets on
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getting Reading Festival tickets not enough to satisfy your musical thirst? Get more rock thrills at Download Festival, or how about the equally heavy-metal-tastic Sonisphere event?