The Reading and Leeds festival line-up has been announced today, with headliners now confirmed.
Foo Fighters, Post Malone, Twenty One Pilots and The 1975 lead the bill, with many other acts revealed ahead of next summers gigs.
So when are Reading and Leeds festivals taking place?
The festival will take part at Readings famous Richfield Avenue and Leeds legendary Bramham Park on 23-25 August 2019, which is August bank holiday weekend.
Who else is in the line-up?
Among the 22 new names announced today were Blossoms, Bastille, The Distillers and Stefflon Don.
Foo Fighters will make a triumphant UK return to headline Reading and Leeds in 2019 after sell out shows in Manchester and London in 2018; the band first headlined the festival in 2002.
The 1975, a Manchester four piece, have had a phenomenal rise to fame over the past few years and with two critically-acclaimed albums under their belts; I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it debuted at number one in both the UK and the US.
The band also won the 2017 BRIT Award for best group, and their third album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships is out this month with the second in the two-part release planned for Summer 2019.
Post Malone will headline the festival even though it will only be his second appearance ever.
How to buy tickets
Barclaycard pre-sale tickets for Reading and Leeds Festival are available now.