SYSTEM OF A DOWN Confirmed For Britain's READING, LEEDS Festivals

SYSTEM OF A DOWN will play their only shows anywhere in the world this summer at this year's Reading and Leeds festivals in the U.K. in late August.

METALLICA and LINKIN PARK have been confirmed to headline the festivals, which will include two special appearances by SYSTEM OF A DOWN — at Leeds on Friday, Aug. 22 and at Reading on Sunday, Aug. 24.

A variety of other bands have been confirmed to play, although their stages and days are yet to be confirmed. They are SUM 41, BECK, PLACEBO, DOVES, THE STREETS, THE MUSIC, COURTNEY LOVE, THE POLYPHONIC SPREE, AFI, HUNDRED REASONS, YEAH YEAH YEAHS, THE DATSUNS and THE MARS VOLTA.

Tickets are priced at £95 + booking fee for the weekend and can either be purchased from the credit card hotline on 08701 500044 or online at: or


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