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3 New Stages To Be Added to Reading and Leeds 2013?

The organisers of Reading and Leeds Festival are planning to add up to three new stages for next year’s festival.

Festival Republic boss Melvin Benn promises to add more music and told BBC Newsbeat:

"We’re changing the arena at Reading and Leeds quite significantly. I’ve got quite a strong buzz and feeling in myself in the changes that I’m making there. I’m still formulating the ideas. There will quite a bit more dance music, quite a bit more other bits and pieces."

Benn also stated they are planning to announce at least one headliner for next year’s festival.

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