New names added to the Reading and Leeds 2023 line-up

More than 70 new names, plus stage splits, have now been squashed into the poster

Another huge wave of names have been announced for the Reading and Leeds 2023 festival, with this year’s August bank holiday weekend looking better than ever. More than 70 new names have now been crammed onto the poster, with stage splits revealed for anyone who wants to start planning early.

Mimi Webb, Yard Act, Holly Humberstone, Rina Sawayama, Baker, The Amazons, Frank Turner, Easy Life, Arlo Parks, Jamie Webster and Hot Milk are all now headed to the two main stages, while the list of new names hitting the Radio 1, Festival Republic and 1Xtra stages are far too many to list.

Reading and Leeds festival revealed the first set of major names in December, with Billie Eilish, Sam Fender, Imagine Dragons and Lewis Capaldi topping the twin-site festival for the first time, while The Killers and Foals return as previous headliners.

The likes of Steve Lacy, Central Cee, Becky Hill, Slowthai, Wet Leg and Loyle Carner are also set to perform. See the full list of acts announced so far below.

“We are delighted to return to Reading’s Richfield Avenue and Leeds’ Bramham Park in 2023,” says Festival Republic’s Melvin Benn, “with another epic six headline artists, and an incredible, genre-defying line-up that features some of the very best in modern music. Once again Reading & Leeds is set to be the ultimate bank holiday festival weekend – we can’t wait to be back!”

Tickets for Reading and Leeds 2023 are available now.