Following the Lock Up Stage announcement on Mike Davies' Punk Show this morning (Tuesday), organisers have also revealed a slew of new acts for this year's Reading and Leeds Festival.
The King Blues join the Main Stage line-up, playing Reading on the Sunday (29 August) and Leeds on the Saturday (28 August).
Hitting the NME/Radio 1 Stage will be Kids In Glass Houses, Hadouken!, 3Oh!3 and Band Of Skulls who will all play Leeds on the Friday (27 August) before driving down to Reading on the Saturday along with Everything Everything and Rolo Tomassi.
Inked in on the same stage for Reading on the Sunday and Leeds a day before are Miike Snow, Los Campensinos!, Local Natives and Goldheart Assembly.
Elsewhere Roots Manuva and dubstep supergroup Magnetic Man will co-headline the Dance Stage on the Sunday at Reading Festival and Saturday up in Leeds with support from drum n bass star Subfocus, Metronomy and Four Tet.
Rappers Chiddy Bang, HEALTH and Holy Fuck will also appear alongside Japanese Pop Stars and Lights.
Guns n’ Roses, Arcade Fire and Blink 182 will headline the festivals this year with support from Weezer, the return of The Libertines, Queens Of The Stone Age, Dizzee Rascal and many more.
Festival bosses still have the Dance and Festival Republic Stages to unveil in the coming weeks.
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Reading Festival 2010 will take place at St John’s Farm, Reading and Leeds Festival 2010 is set to be housed at Branham Park, Yorkshire. Both will take place from 27-29 August.