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Reading and Leeds festival to introduce NEW campsite next year… but it’s not going to suit everyone
- Reading and Leeds festival revealed that Quiet Camp will be available for 2024
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Bottles of beer being thrown, rowdy sixteen year olds and partying through the night are images that come to mind when picturing Reading and Leeds Festivals.
Thousands of GCSE and A-level students flock to the festivals in Berkshire and Yorkshire every summer to celebrate their freedom with rucksacks and trolleys packed full of booze.
But what about the crowds who want to get a good night’s sleep after the headline act?
Reading and Leeds will now be running a Quiet Camp to offer people an alternative site to the usual endless rows of rowdy tents.
The festivals shared on their social media account last night that Quiet Camp will be available for punters to stay for the weekend in 2024 – with an early interest registration link available.
The iconic music event is a favourite amongst young people, with thousands of GCSE students turning up last year
Although details of what the Quiet Camp will be like are yet to be released, fans already have strong opinions.
One user joked: ‘Bring a book and it really will be a reading festival,’ meanwhile another penned ‘Leeds will never see quiet,’ alongside a laughing emoji.
Others added: ‘Quiet and Reading do not go in the same sentence lol’ and ‘Will not be quiet at all’.
One X, formerly known as Twitter, user pleaded: ‘Just do a 21+ camp please,’ with another chiming in with: ‘Over 21’s would be a bloody blessing’.
Some festival goers welcomed the news, with one writing: ‘Apparently Reading & Leeds are gonna have a quiet camp next year? Sign me up’.
Meanwhile, others joked: ‘A quiet camp at Reading/Leeds sounds as useful as a chocolate fireguard’ and ‘I assume that quiet camp just means throwing bags of rubbish at each other in silence or something?’
One TikToker who lives in Leeds, joined in with the debate on TikTok.
The video by Eve, who goes by @eveililz on the social media app, has already been seen by almost 20,000 people.
Although details of what the Quiet Camp will be like are yet to be released, fans already have strong opinions
QUIET CAMP? Lets have ya #fyp #foryou #leedsfestival #readingfestival #randl2024 #leedsfest #festivalseason
The video by Eve, who goes by @eveililz on the social media app, has already been seen by almost 20,000 people
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She told viewers: ‘If you’re going to Reading or Leeds festival in 2024 and you want to sleep at night and get a good nights sleep for once then carry on watching.
‘Reading and Leeds have posted on their Instagram stories that you can now sign up to hear the first news about the new Quiet Camp… interesting.
‘So I’m presuming there will be a you can’t play music on a speaker kind of vibe, you have to kind of like chill out and no walking into the camp and screaming when you get back from the main arena at night.
‘And no Tottenham chants so yeah, we’ll see how this one goes. Personally, I might go but I do love the squalor and drama of all the other camps so we shall see.’
One viewer commented: ‘To be honest I did brown camp and it was sound. I can see “quiet camp” getting hijacked’.
Others added: ‘better not be replacing eco camp with this’ and ‘sleep for the weak’.
The festival have confirmed to MailOnline that Eco Camp will not be going anywhere and will still be an option, alongside Quiet Camp.
If you do want to sign up to be the first to hear about any Quiet Camp news, you need to sign up using this form.
The description reads ‘Securing a weekend ticket for Reading and Leeds 2024 and craving a more serene camping experience?
‘Register today for our brand-new Quiet Camp and receive notifications when (free) spots are up for reservation’.
Reading and Leeds Festival have been approached for comment.
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