Blink-182, Jake Bugg For Reading & Leeds Festival
The US rockers are set to headline the event in August 2014...
The All The Small Things rockers - who previously headlined the event in 2010 - will take to the Main Stage next August, marking their only UK performance of the year.
blink-182's co-lead vocalist Mark Hoppus said of their involvement: "I'm stoked to play Reading and Leeds 2014. It's our fourth time playing the festivals, and we're very honoured.
"The new year will see us in the studio preparing new music, getting ready to rock the fine people of the UK. Prepare for the fury."
Bugg stated: "Reading and Leeds have become a bit of a regular feature of my summers lately, so it's amazing to be asked back again. I was just kind of starting out the first time I played and it was a really important gig for me.
"Playing this year was fun and it seemed like lots more people knew the songs; it was great hearing everyone singing the words back at me. I'm sure playing on the Main Stage will be a different experience again, so it's exciting."
He added: "I've got my new album out so there's plenty of time for people to learn the words. It should be pretty special."
Melvin Benn, Reading and Leeds boss, also noted: "2013 was a year of exciting additions for Reading and Leeds Festivals, making them bigger and better than ever. With extra stages and genres at both sites, there was a new diversity for all our fans to enjoy.
"However, the core essence of the festival hasn't changed and I think the line-up for next year will most certainly reflect that. I know our fans will be delighted to welcome back our first headliners, Blink-182, with what promises to be an amazing show, as well as the brilliant Jake Bugg stepping up to the Main Stage. I can't wait to reveal the rest of our incredible line-up, so watch this space!"
As well as blink-182, organisers previously teased that they had also booked 'one of the best British bands of the last decade' to appear at the event.
The likes of Eminem, Green Day and Biffy Clyro headlined last year's Reading and Leeds Festival.