More than 30 news acts have been added to the bill for Reading Festival, including Don Broco, Deaf Havana and Gnarwolves.

The festival, headlined by Green Day, Eminem and Biffy Clyro, will host an eclectic mix of acts, from rock and punk to indie, grime and dance.

The news acts, announced across the August Bank Holiday weekend event's eight stages are:

The Pretty Reckless, Darwin Deez, Villagers, Wavves, Alvin Risk, Feed The Rhino, The Creepshow, Rat Attack, Palm Reader, Gnarwolves, PAPA, Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs, Savages, DIIV, Dan Croll, Sons & Lovers, Mount Kimbie, In The Valley Below, China Rats, San Cisco, Itch, Chance The Rapper, Post War Years, Pegboard Nerds, Sonic Boom Six, Off With Their Heads, Chuck Ragan, Anti Vigilante, Sharks, Great Cynics, The Virginmarys and Beware Of Darkness.

For those who need a break from guitars, the Alternative Stage offers comedian, beatboxers, film screenings and cabaret, with acts including Russell Kane, Rob Delaney, Shappi Khorsandi, Josh Widdicombe, and intriguingly, Carl Donnelly's National Novelty Dance Finals.

Tickets to the festival, from Friday-Sunday, August 23-25. Weekend tickets cost �202.50 plus booking fee, with day tickets costing �90 each. Book online at or buy in person from The Hexagon, Reading.