Reading Festival has achieved 'disability gold' status for its access to live music.
The festival is joining Glastonbury in achieving the gold standard from the leading disability charity in the UK.
'Attitude is Everything' campaigns to improve deaf and disabled people's access to live music.
It says Reading Festival has shown commitment to its disabled customers for the past five years and keeps moving forward with disability access.
A teenager has been treated for stab injuries following a fight at the Reading Festival.
A scuffle broke out between a number of men during a live music session at about 10.15pm on Friday and police believe the 18-year-old was stabbed with a "sharp implement".
He was treated by festival medical staff and at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, but has since been discharged.
Thames Valley Police described his injuries as "non life-threatening".
The three-day music festival ends tonight and attracts a crowd of more than 90,000 people.
Police are asking anyone who saw anything suspicious to contact them. WATCH: Our report from day one of the festival
At this year’s Reading Festival 175 crimes were reported to police.
The Reading Festival took place over the bank holiday weekend from 29-31 August and over 90,000 people attended each day.
You might well need a boat if you're going to the Reading Festival with showers predicted over the weekend.
But even if the 90,000 fans haven't come prepared it seems there's everything on hand to stay clean and dry.
Emma Wilkinson reports...
More 90,000 people are expected in Reading this weekend for three days of live music.
And the big question is: will it be another mudfest like the Reading Festival in 2011?
And with a rail strike over the weekend will they be able to get home afterwards? Mel Bloor has our report, followed by an interview with Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse. He talks about the First Great Western strike this Bank Holiday weekend.
It's that time again - Reading Festival is back for 2015 and more than 90,000 people are expected in Reading over the weekend. Campers started to arrive at the site in Richfield Avenue on Wednesday although the vast majority of weekend ticket holders joined to queue on Thursday ahead of the three days of live music.
The organisers of Reading Festival have revealed MUMFORD & SONS as main stage headliners this year
The British rock band last appeared at Reading in 2010. Festival boss Melvin Benn comments: “I’m delighted to have secured Mumford & Sons for Main Stage headliners this summer and can’t wait to see them return to the Festivals for their first UK performance in over two years. With today’s announcement of a further eight great acts joining the bill, the Reading & Leeds line-up is already shaping up to be one of the best ever and I’m looking forward to revealing the third headliner and even more great artists soon.”
Royal Blood, Bastille, Deadmau5, Revel Sound feat Chase & Status and Rage, David Rodigan and Shy FX, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Years & Years, Wolf Alice, Pretty Vicious, Jack Garratt and Hannah Wants will also appear across the weekend!
Metallica has already been announced as a headliner in a UK Festival exclusive at Reading. The Festival takes place on August bank holiday
Thousands of music fans braved the wind and rain today as they made their way home from the Reading Festival. Thames Valley Police have been reporting a slight drop in crime compared to last year. Two people have been arrested and bailed in connection with a rape. There have also been a number of thefts and drugs offences.The site at Richfield Avenue was cleared this morning, and even the weather didn't spoil the weekend. Lauren Hall reports