Taking pride of place in the new wooded area of the festival site, The Relentless Stage will provide a late night hangout from Thursday; keeping the party people of Leeds Festival energised till the small hours.
Relentless Energy artist is set to shake the foundations of The Relentless Stage.
DJ Yoda will headline the opening Thursday night for early arrivals. Mike Skinner, formerly of The Streets takes to the decks on The Relentless Stage on Friday. Headlining on Saturday night is Zane Lowe who celebrated his ten year anniversary as a primetime Radio 1 DJ in June. Last but not least, mau5trap's Feed Me will top the line-up on Sunday and draw Leeds Festival 2013 to a close.
The support DJs who will be joining them have not yet been announced.
Headliners Green Day will top the bill on Saturday, Eminem headlines Sunday, and Biffy Clyro open the show on Friday. All three of the Main Stage headliners are UK festival exclusives.
They are joined by UK festival exclusive performances from Fall Out Boy, System Of A Down, and Deftones, plus Skrillex, Major Lazer, Azealia Banks, Flux Pavillion, Redlight, Night Works, Foals, Jake Bugg, Bring Me The Horizon, System of a Down, Fall Out Boy, Alt-J, Deftones, Skrillex, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, Knife Party, Frank Turner, A$AP Rocky, The Strypes, Alex Clare, Disclosure, The Lumineers, Swim Deep, Azealia Banks, Editors, Johnny Marr, Magnetic Man, Baauer, Major Lazer, Tame Impala, Bastille, Mallory Knox, Temples, Modestep, The 1975, The Blackout, New Found Glory, Theme Park, Tomahawk, Hadouken!, Palma Violets, Twin Atlantic, Chase & Status, Haim, Peace, Deap Vally, Sub Focus, Wretch 32, Toddla T Sound, P Money, Don Broco, The Pretty Reckless, Night Engine, Deaf Havana, Darwin Deez, Villagers, Wavves, Alvin Risk, Pegboard Nerds, Post War Years, Feed The Rhino, The Creepshow, Rat Attack, Palm Reader, Gnarwolves, Sonic Boom Six, Off With Their Heads, Chuck Ragan, Anti-Vigilante, Sharks, Great Cynics, Filter, Hacktivist, Virginmarys, Beware Of Darkness, Hawk Eyes, Papa, Charlie Boyer and the Voyeurs, Savages, DIIV, Dan Croll, Sons and Lovers, Mount Kimbie, Frankie and The Heartstrings, In The Valley Below, China Rats, San Cisco, Itch, Chance the Rapper, Action Bronson, Giggs, Ghostpoet, Angel Haze, Ms Dymanite, David Rodigan, Shikari Sound System, Funeral For A Friend, Crystal Fighters, British Sea Power, Spector, Chvrches, Lucy Rose, Pure Love, Gallows, And So I Watch You From Afar, Crossfaith, Arcane Roots, Heaven's Basement, Alkaline Trio, The Living End, RX Bandits, The Jim Jones Revue, Tim Burgess, Merchandise, Splashh, Parquet Courts, Frightened Rabbit, Fidlar, Kodaline, Tribes, AlunaGeorge, Fenech-Soler, and more. There are still more acts to be confirmed as well the line-up for the BBC Introducing Stage.
Also confirmed is a new interactive area - Off The Wall hosting The Mess, Ping Pong Parlour, The Pop Up Parlour, Pins & Needles – Scoop!, Bootworks, Disco Shed, and Leeds Met presents The Mothership and The Wagon.
For the line-up details, and stage splits, where available, please click here for Reading and here for Leeds.
Leeds Festival takes place at Bramham Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire with it's sister event Reading Festival taking place at Little Johns Farm, Richfield Avenue, Reading, Berkshire.
Weekend tickets are priced at £202.50, with day tickets priced at £90.
Friday, and Saturday Day tickets and all of the Early Entry tickets to Reading Festival are sold out.
Early entry tickets enabling festival goers to get into the site on the Wednesday are priced at £15, car park passes £5, with campervan passes priced at £60, and lockers £15.
Tickets can also be secured with a £67.50 deposit. The last day you can participate in the scheme will be on Friday 31 May.
Tickets are limited to a maximum of four per person and per credit card for those booking online. U16s (15 & under) must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Children under 13 (12 and under) are admitted free but MUST be accompanied by a ticket holding adult. Please note there is no separate children's area at this event, and eFestivals considers this an event not really suitable for small children.
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