Reading Festival is the UK's most celebrated shake music celebration. Established in 1955 as the Beaulieu Jazz Festival, and later Reading Festival in 1971, the celebration's lobby of notoriety peruses like a reference book of shake 'n' move legends - The Rolling Stones, The Jam, The Who and Fleetwood Mac have all played it. So celebrated is it, it's currently turned into a transitional experience for all youthful celebration goers. Simply ask any stone fan, and they're certain there'll have a story or two to inform you concerning the occasions they've been.
The festivals are run by Festival Republic, which was stripped from Mean Fiddler Music Group. Albeit intrinsically shake, the celebration presently ranges a differing blend of types, reflecting the changing melodic scene. Take a meander around its site and you'll discover everything from grime and hip-bounce to house, techno and drum and bass. Furthermore, it isn't just about music at Reading, with the celebration likewise laying on a lineup of parody, and film screenings and then some.