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Reading Festival 2015

  • Reading Festival 2014, Reading, Reino Unido
  • 28-30 Agosto 2015
Reading Festival 2015
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Rock, pop and alternative music on a massive scale

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Since the axe-wielding 70s when The Jam and The Stranglers were headlining the main stage, Reading Festival has evolved and grown into the mud-soaked, multi genre madness that survives as the oldest popular music festival in the world.

Now throwing out a cross-culture feast of rock, pop, progressive rock, pop-punk, metal, RnB, hip-hop, electronica and dance music, as well as comedy and cinema, Reading is just about as prestigious as UK festivals come. The packed lineup always finds space for newcomers, established underground and mainstream acts, and frequent appearances by old-school legends from the likes of Pixies and Pearl Jam to Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails.

Little John’s Farm has room for 87,000, with seven stages run by the likes of NME, BBC Radio 1 and Reading organisers themselves, Festival Republic. Make sure you get in fast, because tickets fly off the shelves quicker than you can say ‘rock n’ roll’.

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Alternative Stage

Milton Jones, Rob Delaney, Russell Kane, Katherine Ryan, Seann Walsh, Sara Pascoe, Holly Walsh, Abandoman, Nick Helm, Daniel Sloss, Tom Deacon, Andrew O'Neill, Joel Dommett, Tiffany Stevenson, Luisa Omielan, Matt Richardson, Alex Edelman, Dane Baptiste, Paul McCaffrey, Wit Tank, David Morgan, Suzi Ruffell, George the Poet


Transgressive's Alternative Stage Takeover

  • Wiley
  • Jackmaster
  • Novelist
  • Madam X
  • DJ Target
  • alt-J [DJ set]
  • Palma Violets [DJ set]
  • Jen Long and BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens

Propaganda DJ Sets

  • XFM
  • The Kooks' Hugh Harris
  • Buttoned Down Disco

BBC Introducing Stage

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After 10 years of roving and evolving, the festival settled in Reading for the first time in 1971. Little John’s Farm is a vast, open space that is just a 10 minute walk from the centre of Reading. The River Thames flows eastward to the north of the site.


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Reading Festival 2014, Little John's Farm, Richfield Avenue, Reading, RG1 8EQ, Reino Unido

Perguntas Frequentes

Heathrow is the closest airport, with direct buses running every 20 minutes. The X25 service takes just over 50 minutes and will leave you just to the south-east of the festival site.

If you’re coming from central London, direct trains run to Reading from London Paddington every 10 minutes. It’s a half-hour journey.

Yes, but they can only be used by weekend ticket holders. Mobile charging facilities are also available in lockers, but you’ll need a 12V Car adaptor-charger.

Yes, there are ATMs in the Village and Yellow campsite. However, they charge £2 per transaction and are liable to huge queues.

No, but anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Under 12s get in free but, again, must be accompanied by an adult.

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