Reading and Leeds 2011 have announced some new names for their Alternative Stage, with Dizraeli, Rob Rouse and Tom Wrigglesworth appearing at both sites.
Reading adds Stephen Williams on Friday (26 August), Rob Rouse and Daniel Sloss on Saturday (27 August), and Wrigglesworth and Dizraeli, along with the Beastie Boys‘ film ‘Fight for Your Right Revisited’ on Sunday (28 August).
A collaboration between Future Cinema and Guillemots will start things off in Leeds on Thursday (25 August), while new Friday additions for Leeds are Future Disco, Tom Wrigglesworth, Dizraeli, Rob Rouse, Mike Bubbins, Nirvana‘s ‘Live At Reading ’92’ film, and Seamus Murphy‘s series of short films inspired by PJ Harvey‘s latest album ‘Let England Shake’.
Danny McLoughlin and Dead Cat Bounce are new for Leeds’ Alternative Stage on Saturday, along with Transgressive‘s five year anniversary party, festuring live sets by Johnny Flynn and the Sussex Wit, Dry The River and Pete and the Pirates, plus the Beastie Boys film.
Roisin Conaty, Abandoman, Jimmy McGhie and Gar Murran are new for Leeds on Sunday.
Henry Rollins, Lee Nelson, Tim Minchin and Russell Kane (Leeds only) headline the Alternative Stage this year, with My Chemical Romance, The Strokes, Pulp and Muse topping the bill on the main stage.
Reading Festival 2011 takes place at Richfield Avenue, Reading, while Leeds Festival 2011 at Bramham Park, Leeds, with both running from 26 – 28 August.
Weekend Camping tickets for Reading and Leeds 2011 are onsale now, priced at £192.50.