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Reading & Leeds will bring a very special evening from one of the biggest bands in the world as Kasabian take over St Laurence’s Church, Reading for an intimate acoustic performance in on Thursday 15th June.

One of the most beloved British bands of modern times, Kasabian are no strangers to show-stealing moments. Leicester’s favourite sons returned earlier this month with storming new number one album ‘For Crying Out Loud’, packed full of stadium-sized anthems, unveiling the next unstoppable chapter in the band’s career. Weaving with incredible melodies and swagger, Kasabian will kick off the summer in style, heading to the intimate underground surroundings of Reading’s St Laurence Church as Serge, Tom & Co serve up a unique stripped-back performance.

Tickets for the St Laurence’s Church Show are available exclusively to those who have bought a Reading & Leeds 2017 Weekend or single day ticket(s). Each purchaser will be sent a unique purchase code for a maximum of 2 x tickets per person on a first come first served basis – tickets for the show are on sale at 9am on Monday 12th June.

Kasabian join Muse and Eminem as headliners at this year’s Reading & Leeds Festivals, returning to both sites between August 25th – 27th with an unrivalled line up of the biggest names in modern music across the musical spectrum. With performances lined up from the likes of Major Lazer, Haim, Bastille, Liam Gallagher, Two Door Cinema Club, At The Drive In, Migos, You Me At Six, Fatboy Slim, Halsey, Charli XCX, Glass Animals, Korn, PVRIS, Wiley and many more, Reading & Leeds is once again the definitive festival weekender and the undisputed party of the summer.

Tickets for Reading & Leeds Festivals 2017 are on sale now
Instalment plan available now with an initial payment of £50 (Plus booking fee)
Weekend Camping Tickets – £205 (Plus booking fee)
Day Tickets – £65 – Reading Saturday Sold Out
Early entry Pass – £20
Campervan Pass – £75
Seat of Luxury – £35 – Reading Sold Out
Lockers – £20
Reading Car Park – £10
Mobile Charging – £20