Are You Listening? Festival, Reading, UK
Saturday 25th April 2020
2020 ArtistsOur first announcement for our 2020 Acts is coming soon. Stay tuned for details!
‘Are You Listening? is not only easily one of the best value festivals in the UK - it's simply one of the best festivals in the UK’
‘Hear the very finest in emerging music while raising money for [Learning Disability] charities? We don’t mind if we do!’
No.1 in Metro Weekend
‘...a must-attend for all discerning festival goers’
‘It truly felt like the whole town was buzzing!’
‘The fundraising festival with it’s finger firmly on the pulse’
Reading's award-winning new music festival returns for our EIGHTH YEAR on Saturday 25th April 2020!
AYL? 2019 raised a wonderful £9,223 for our charity partner Reading Mencap and we've now raised close to £70,000 for the Learning Disability charity since starting in 2013.
Limited £17.50 Summer Rate Tickets are on sale NOW, so get yours before they all go!
ARE YOU LISTENING? FESTIVAL 2020
Saturday 25th April 2020 | Various Venues, Reading, UK | Tickets: areyoulistening.org.uk/tickets
Raising money for Reading Mencap
Previous AYL? Festival acts include...
Aldworth Philharmonic Orchestra. The Amazons. Anna Meredith. Another Sky. Bad Sounds. The Big Moon. Black Honey. Boxed In. Dan Le Sac. DJ Format. Dream Wife. Ezra Furman. Field Music. Flamingods. Gengahr. Girl Ray. God Damn. Her’s. IDLES. Krafty Kuts. Matt Maltese. The Lovely Eggs. NZCA Lines. Palace. Plump DJs. Pulled Apart By Horses. Rozi Plain. Saltwater Sun. Shame. Slug. Smoke Fairies. Spring King. Sundara Karma. Tom Williams. TVAM. Warm Digits. The Wave Pictures. Whenyoung and many, many more...
BIG LAD by Sarah Louise Bennett
Supporting Reading Mencap
Are You Listening? are proud that Reading Mencap has been our official charity partner since the first AYL music festival in 2013. In that time, we have raised nearly £60,000 for this vital local charity. Thank you from AYL, Reading Mencap and everyone that supports us for all your help.
“We love what Reading Mencap does and stands for. Music knows no prejudice, no barriers and brings everyone together, whatever their background. And Reading Mencap does the same – ensuring we are all, irrespective of any learning disability, able to live full and active lives in our community. It deserves all our support. Please give whatever you can.” (Shane Daunt and Dave Maul, AYL Festival organisers)Click here to learn more about supporting Reading Mencap