Live at Leeds is back, showcasing the best new emerging talent for the 11th year running.
The award-winning metropolitan festival is returning to the lively city of Leeds on Saturday the 5th of May with a whole gang of breakthrough artists as well as some BIG returners. With over 100 bands playing across a range of venues around the city, the festival is a MUST for any music lover!
Topping the bill on the Leeds Festival Stage at the O2 Academy is the explosive return of The Vaccines, who after a three-year hiatus have bounced back onto the scene with a guaranteed list of sing-a-long indie anthems.
For fans of The Cure, headlining at Leeds’ most quirky venue, The Church is The Horrors. The Mercury Prize nominated quartet will be bringing their stunningly assertive 5th album to the city.
After their debut album release last month, The Magic Gang return to Live at Leeds too with more punch than ever, joining Peace and Dermot Kennedy on the O2 Academy stage.
For those after a guaranteed dance and wild live performance, the audacious Cabbage will be heading the Dr Martens Stage at The Wardrobe.
‘Ones to watch’ across the festival include young spark Ten Tonnes, Nottingham’s own singer-songwriter Georgie and the dynamic Bad Sounds- and so many more!
Tickets are £39.60 for General Admission and you can purchase them here.
By Lucy Beth Munday