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Reading Festival 2015 will kick off at Richfield Avenue on 29 AugustAFP / Getty Images

Thousands of music fans will be flocking to Richfield Avenue this Bank Holiday Weekend for the Reading Festival 2015. The summer may be drawing to a close but it will not be going quietly thanks to the music event's epic line-up.

The festival is already in full swing having kicked off earlier on Friday 28 August but there is still time to check the IBTimes UK's guide on the weather forecast, travel updates, who is performing and when and where you can watch the sets...

TRAVEL

Coach

There should still be tickets available to buy from the National Express which is teaming up with the festival to transport guests directly to the site from multiple locations around the UK, including London, Birmingham, Norwich, Bristol and Oxford.

Car

There are two public car parks on the Reading Festival site with weekend ticket-holders able to buy tickets from the white car park gate. All day ticket-holders are expected to buy their tickets from the green car park gate.

Train

Reading Station is just a 15-20 minute walk from the festival site but be sure to check arrival and departure times beforehand as it will be a busy route.

THE LINE-UP AND MAIN STAGE TIMES

FRIDAY 28 AUGUST

Mumford & Sons - 9.30pm

alt-J - 7.45pm

Bastille - 6.10pm

All Time Low - 4.55pm

Panic! At The Disco - 3.45pm

Palma Violets - 2.40pm

Drenge - 1.40pm

Neck Deep - 12.45pm

Mariachi El Bronx - midday

SATURDAY 29 AUGUST

Metallica - 9.30pm

Bring Me The Horizon - 7.40pm

Royal Blood - 6.10pm

Alexisonfire - 4.45pm

Pierce The Veil - 3.35pm

Modestep - 2.30pm

Marmozets - 1.35pm

Fidlar - 12.45pm

Babymetal - midday

SUNDAY 30 AUGUST

The Libertines - 9.55pm

Kendrick Lamar - 8pm

Jamie T - 6.25pm

The Maccabees - 5.10pm

The Cribs - 4pm

The Gaslight Anthem - 2.50pm

Against Me! - 1.45pm

Lonely The Brave - 12.45pm

Feed The Rhino - midday

WHERE TO WATCH

BBC Four has obtained the rights to broadcast the headline performances on Friday, Saturday and Sunday with Mumford & Sons' set scheduled to air from 10:45pm to 12:45am, Metallica's performance from 10:40pm to 12:40am on 29 August and The Libertines' closing set from 10:30pm to midnight on 30 August. Those who miss out on the live broadcasts will be able to catch up on BBC iPlayer.

WEATHER FORECAST

Festivalgoers who have travelled down on Friday will enjoy the best weather of the whole weekend as temperatures will peak at 20C with some sun in store. It will turn a little chillier on Saturday with temperatures of 18C expected and light rain predicted for the evening while it will be heavy showers for most of Sunday.

Leeds Festival 2015 is also taking place across the Bank Holiday Weekend at Bramham Park.