READING and Leeds Festivals have revealed Stormzy and Rage Against The Machine as its 2020 headliners alongside already announced, Liam Gallagher. 

The artists will perform at Reading's famous Richfield Avenue and Leeds' legendary Bramham Park this August bank holiday weekend (28-30).

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Organisers believe multi award-winning Stormzy is "a showman like no other" and his performance will be "colossal" and "one for the history books".

They explained he is "known for evolving the underground musical landscape" and "a true spokesman of black empowerment and social activism".

Rage Against The Machine formed in 1991 and, to date, the band have sold over 16 million records.

Organisers described them as "one of the loudest voices in modern music".

They explained: "In times of political hardship, Rage Against The Machine have never been afraid to speak their minds or point the finger at injustice, their previous Reading and Leeds performances have gone down in history – and this year’s headline slot will be no different."

Liam Gallagher was announced as a headliner back in November and organisers think "his appearance on the main stage this summer will no doubt be BIBLICAL".

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More than 90 names set to play at this years' festivals have been announced today alongside the two headliners.

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These include Sam Fender, Two Door Cinema Club, MK, Lady Leshurr, Dermot Kennedy, Mabel, Sea Girls and Easy Life. 

"With hundreds of acts set to play, Reading & Leeds will again be the ultimate festival weekend of the summer - defining and celebrating the sounds of modern ground-breaking music, as well as a world-class comedy line up", say organisers. 

Tickets go on sale from 9am on Thursday.

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