When are Reading and Leeds tickets on sale? & Tickets Price

by Narendra

When are Reading and Leeds tickets on sale? & Tickets Price: Reading and Leeds 2023 just announced their lineup, so festival-goers have two questions: how much will tickets cost, and when will they go on sale?

From August 25-27, the festivals will return to Reading’s famous Richfield Avenue and Leeds’s well-known Bramham Park.

There will be different kinds of tickets, like weekend tickets, early entry tickets, and day tickets. You can also buy upgrades for your campsite, gold and silver packages, parking passes for your car, and lockers.

When are Reading and Leeds tickets on sale

Reading and Leeds tickets go on sale to the public at 9 a.m. on Monday, December 12.

When are Reading and Leeds tickets on sale

You can buy tickets here starting Monday. Once you decide which pass you want, you will be taken to the TicketMaster page to buy your tickets.

Each person and each household can only buy up to four tickets. This means that tickets for more than four people will be thrown away.

Reading and Leeds tickets Price

When Reading and Leeds 2023 tickets first went on sale in August of this year, they cost just under £260.

Early entry tickets were going for £286.20 each, and parking passes cost £40.50 each.

Day tickets cost between £90 and £100 in 2022.

Billie Eilish, The Killers, Foals, Sam Fender, Imagine Dragons, and Lewis Capaldi will be the main acts at Reading and Leeds 2023.

Steve Lacy, Declan McKenna, Loyle Carner, Wet Leg, Slowthai, Shy FX, and Becky Hill are also on the bill.

Also on the bill are Inhaler, Trippie Redd, Nessa Barrett, Central Cee, The Snuts, and MK.

Capaldi responded to criticism on Twitter by saying that people may think he isn’t “festival material” or doesn’t belong at a “rock festival,” but for him, being the main act at Reading and Leeds is a “dream come true.”

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