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READING AND LEEDS FESTIVAL 2021

Stormzy, Aitch and Digga D all brought the heat to Little John’s Farm.

jack-harlow Reading and Leeds 21
jack-harlow Reading and Leeds 21

It goes without saying that this past Bank holiday has been one for the history books. With festivals taking place up and down the country, music lovers were spoilt for choice this past weekend, but without a doubt Reading and Leeds festival was the place to be. With Stormzy, Post Malone and Liam Gallagher heading up the main stages across the Bank Holiday, it was definitely a weekend to remember and we couldn’t get enough.

Returning to Little John’s Farm, 100,000 descended to the site filling out this year’s sold-out affair. While many were nervous to return to the scenes of a festival due to a COVID stricken year, by the time the sun began to set on Friday afternoon, all worries were dispelled and everyone began reliving their festival fantasies. From Inhaler’s stomping of a performance that left ears and hearts pounding to Aitch’s swag-filled set that brought Reading’s young audience to the front of the barrier, the festival continued to raise the bar after every set and euphoric energy never ceased.

gracey Reading and Leeds 21
josie-man Reading and Leeds 21
tom-grennan Reading and Leeds 21
gracey Reading and Leeds 21
josie-man Reading and Leeds 21
tom-grennan Reading and Leeds 21

But when Stormzy and his roll call of guests including Dave, Tion Wayne and Russ Millions hit the stage, things got taken to a whole new level as the rap titan took the boundless festival by the hand took us on a seemingly impossible journey. Fireworks, confetti cannons and a wealth of party hits dictated the artist’s performance and thousands of moshpit lovers rammed themselves up against the barriers.

While the weather may have not been the best over the 3-day extravaganza, Nando’s made sure to bring the heat with their very own sound system. Boasting an all-star line up of artists including Ivorian Doll, Digga D, Shaybo and Tion Wayne, the stage got off to a roaring start soon became a pinnacle point at the festival.

Ashnikko
Ashnikko
Jake Bugg Reading and Leeds 21
Jake Bugg Reading and Leeds 21
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Thomas Wood
READING AND LEEDS FESTIVAL 2021

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