News and Rumors: Coachella, Reading Festival, Leeds Festival, Glastonbury Festival

Well, let’s see what we know. Coachella is confirmed for April 17-19. Three day passes will most likely go onsale soon.

    Coachella Lineup

(via Brooklynvegan via LAist)
Confirmed Artists: the Airborne Toxic Event, the Bug, Buraka Som Sistema, Crystal Castles, Drop The Lime, Fleet Foxes, Flying Lotus, Girl Talk, the Hold Steady, the Killers, No Age, Noah and the Whale, Late of the Pier, Los Campesinos!, Peanut Butter Wolf, the Presets, Sébastien Tellier, Themselves, Tinariwen

Confirmed DJs: DJ Gina Turner, DJ Hipnotic Starr, DJ Luis Segura, DJmorales, DJ Zegon

Rumored Artists: Animal Collective, Basement Jaxx, the Black Keys, Black Lips, Blur, Britney Spears, the Comedians of Comedy, Four Tet, the Gaslight Anthem, Glasvegas, Gui Boratto, Gus Black, Heartless Bastards, Hot Little Pony, José González, Keane, KONGCRETE, Mexican Institute of Sound, Monotonix, Morrissey, Mr. Lif, N.A.S.A., Neil Young, OutKast, Plump DJs, the Pretenders, the Prodigy, the Replacements, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Roni Size Reprazent, the Smiths, the Thermals, Turbonegro, We Are Scientists, White Lies, the White Stripes

Reading Festival organizers Festival Republic are warning people against buying fake festival tickets. Only buy tickets from www.readingfestival.com, www.leedsfestival.com or www.seetickets.com (or from me on StubHub jk)

Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Blur might be performing at the Glastonbury festival.

Oh yeah, Keane wants to play Glastonbury too.

We’ll keep you up to date on all of them. except Stagecoach or the little crappy festivals. Mainly because we don’t care about them unless Tom Petty’s there.

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  1. Hi there, Im the webmaster on reading festival . net – and I have succombed to the ticket fiasco that is online buying in the last few years after not managing to get tickets from the merchants you specified, and lets face it, stubhub arent in the UK anyway.

    It is most likely that a good percentage of people that try to buy wont end up getting any, and a lot of people get sucked into the scams of the past few years like the site last year that took a million pounds plus and then never delivered a single ticket.

    If you absolutely have to buy tickets on the secondary market, make sure its from one of the most reputable and guaranteed marketplaces, for example I know that seat wave (www.seatwave.com) are about 3 times larger than their nearest competitor and have a moneyback gnt.. I should know because I had to buy my tickets from there last year.

    They were expensive, Im not kidding their either, but having said that I wasnt left outside the festival gates like about 5,000 others in reading alone.

    so, in short DONT buy on ebay, DONT buy off anything other than an official outlet, but if you have to, do lots of research first before you part with your money!

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