British stars Mimi Webb, Holly Humberstone and Yard Act have joined the line-up for the 2023 Reading and Leeds Festivals.
Organizers have previously said the three-day sister event, which runs from Aug. 25 to 27, will see Billie Eilish join The Killers, Lewis Capaldi, Sam Fender, The Foals and Imagine Dragons at the top of the charts. Youngest solo artist.
A further 81 acts were confirmed to perform on Tuesday, including chart-topper Webber, British rising star 2022 Humberstone and Leeds rockers Yard Act, who topped the 2021 BBC Introducing Stage following their debut.
There will also be sets by BRIT Award nominee Rina Sawayama, Mercury Award winner Arlo Parks and British singer-songwriter Tom Odell, who covered John Lennon’s song Real Love in the 2014 John Lewis Christmas advert.
North London artist Bakar promises a genre-fusion show, and drilling innovators Clavish will also perform at the festival alongside Reading rock band The Amazons, who will be present at home.
Amazon Band said in a statement: “For Amazon Band, Reading and Leeds are the closest a band will ever get to home. Our connection to the festival runs deep. We first came here as kids in ’06 , first competed as teenagers in 2010, and then we went all the way up the stage, until now, we’re on the main stage.”
Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls will return to the field with their folk-rock anthems, alongside indie rocker Sea Girls, known for her pop hits and energetic live performances Together.
Sub Focus, Giant Rooks, Ethel Cain and The Last Dinner Party will play dance tunes.
Festivals return to their usual venues: Ridgefield Avenue in Reading and Bramham Park in Leeds.