Alt-J, Deftones Confirmed For Reading And Leeds Festivals 2013

artist: misc date: 11/30/2012 category: general music news
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Alt-J, Deftones Confirmed For Reading And Leeds Festivals 2013
The first raft of names for the Reading and Leeds Festivals 2013 have been announced today. Alt-J will be joined on the bill for the festival next year by Deftones, Sub Focus and Wiley's grime collective Boy Better Know. Deftones will bring their latest studio album "Koi No Yokan" to the festival's main stage whilst Sub Focus will headline the BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage. Meanwhile, Boy Better Know will headline the new BBC Radio 1 Xtra Stage. Tickets for the Reading and Leeds Festivals 2013 will went on sale at 9am today (Nov 30). For a limited period until December 31, tickets will be sold at 2012 prices. Organisers are also introducing a £50 deposit scheme for 2013, meaning fans can guarantee a place at the bash early and pay the full balance before March 31, 2013. According to NME, it was confirmed earlier this year that Reading and Leeds 2013 will feature three new stages with festival organiser Melvin Benn announcing that: "There will quite a bit more dance music, quite a bit more other bits and pieces." The Cure, Foo Fighters and Kasabian headlined this summer's Reading And Leeds Festivals, with The Vaccines, Enter Shikari, At The Drive-In, Bombay Bicycle Club, You Me At Six and All Time Low all playing high-profile slots.
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