Reading and Leeds festival organiser Melvin Benn has said the annual event has gone extremely well at both sites but refused to be drawn on who music fans could expect to see next year.
Mr Benn said there had been no major incidents or problems with this year's three-day event in which the music "has been going down phenomenally well"
Headliners Biffy Clyro, Green Day and Eminem were given a rapturous reception by revellers at the sister festivals and the wheels are already in motion for next year's line-up.
Tickets go on sale for 2014 on Tuesday, but Mr Benn said he was unable to give any hints on bands would be appearing.
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