Lewis Capaldi joins Reading Festival line up for 2020 and here’s how to get tickets

Lewis Capaldi joins Reading Festival line up for 2020 and here's how to get tickets

He joins 10 other acts announced for Berkshire’s biggest festival

Reading and Leeds festival 2020 line-up

Smash hit singer songwriter Lewis Capaldi will be performing at Reading Festival this year.

The double BRIT award winner will join the likes of Liam Gallagher Stormzy and Rage Against the Machine at the festival in Richfield Avenue, Reading, Berkshire during the August Bank Holiday Weekend.

With his hilarious personality and dry wit, he has amassed huge success over the last year and his second appearance at Reading & Leeds is set to go down in history.

Making his Reading Festival debut on the Festival Republic stage in 2018, he has now graduated to the Main Stage, where he will perform on Friday, August 28.

He joins 10 acts announced for the festival on Friday, February 28.

Fans of British hip hop will be excited to learn that Ms Banks and MoStack have also been added to the line up.

Reading Festival indie regulars The Subways will be making their seventh appearance at the festival in 2020.

The band are loved for the infectious energy with anthems like Rock & Roll Queen, Oh Yeah and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.

Canadian alt rock act Cleopatrick, Spanish indie quartet Belako and English electropop sensation L Devine have also been added to the line up.

Tickets for Reading Festival

Tickets for Reading Festival 2020 will be on sale from Thursday, February 13.

You will be able to buy them online through Ticketmaster here.

Festival-goers who are brimming with energy should head to see bass and EDM heavyweight JAUZ, who has been exciting music fans with his hybrid of trap, house and dubstep.

Fans can also jive to Avant-garde electronic duo 100 Gecs, skank to the drum and bass of Koven and groove to 90s inspired house duo Sofi Tukker.

Reading Festival takes place from Friday, August 28 to Sunday, August 30.

The 2020 festival will be the 47th one since it began in 1971.

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