Reading’s second largest music festival is set to open it’s doors to thousands of music lovers from across the county this weekend.

From Friday, July 8  to Sunday, June 10 the event will take place at Christchurch Meadows starting at 6pm on the Friday and finishing at 9pm on Sunday.

After having to postpone the festival for two years due to Covid restrictions it will now be celebrating it’s 5th anniversary at the Christchurch site by the Thames.

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Headliners will include Grandmaster Flash, Badly Drawn Boy and Morcheeba, as well as many other local acts.

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As well as the music, Readipop Festival is also offering local real ales and craft beers, delicious street food and Reading’s indie market full of arts, crafts and clothes stalls.

One of the festival organisers Peter Wheeler said: “We are so excited to welcome over 7000 people through the gates this weekend.

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“We’re almost sold out already and looking forward to providing a community event with lots of headliners and entertainment.”

Weekend and day tickets are still available for this weekend for just £19 each. All money raised will go towards supporting the festival’s charity work providing access to music for vulnerable young people and other underrepresented communities locally.

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