Bipolar Sunshine, Forward, Russia, George Ezra, Tennis, The Bug, and Fat White Family lead the latest 60+ names announced for this year's Live At Leeds taking place over the bank holiday from Friday 3rd until Sunday 5th May.
Also confirmed are The Neighbourhood, The Sunshine Underground, A Plastic Rose, Barbarossa, Beastmilk, Big Sixes, Big Ups, Black Moth, Champs, Charlie Hole, Chasing Grace, Cheatahs, D/C, Dan Cook, Daniel James, Eaux, Empire Divide, Eva Stone, Ezra Furman, Ezra Vine, Fickle Friends, Gallery Circus, Gengahr, Ghost Beach, Grizfolk, Hibou, Jake Isaac, Jarbird, Leslie Mendelson, Life In Film, Little Matador, Matthew and the Atlas, Meanwhile, MT, Orla Gartland, Pearls Negras, Pet Moon, Rae Morris, Raleigh Ritchie, Saint Raymond, Sam Fender, Solomon Grey, Sundara Karma, Womans Hour, Years And Years, Young Kato, Beth McCarthy, Billie Marten, Happy Daggers, Natalie Holmes, Nose, Rupert Stroud, Super Luxury, Take Turns, The Covelles, and The Orielles, with Dum Dum Girls, and Crocodiles announced for Brudenell Social Club on Sunday 4th May.
They join Albert Hammond Jr, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Chloe Howl, Circa Waves, Clean Bandit, Courtney Barnett, Drenge, Ella Eyre, Fuck Buttons, Hudson Taylor, iLiKETRAiNS, Johnny Flynn, King Charles, Lauren Aquilina, Lizzo, Los Campesinos!, Nina Nesbitt, Pulled Apart By Horses, Royal Blood, Say Lou Lou, The Hold Steady, The Midnight Beast, Wolf Alice, Yuck, Amber Run, Arc Iris, Arthur Beatrice, Autobahn, Bat and Ball, Blaenavon, Coasts, Crystal Seagulls, Cymbals, Darlia, Denai Moore, Dive In, Dolomite Minor, Eaves, Eliza and The Bear, Fair Ohs, Flyte, Frank Hamilton, Fred Page, Fyfe, Gambles, George Barnett, Happyness, Hero Fisher, Highasakite, Holy Mountain, Honeyblood, Indiana, Jack Garratt, Jamie Isaac, Jaws, Joel Baker, Khushi, Lanterns on the Lake, Laura Welsh, Lola Colt, Love Zombies, Lyger, Lyla Foy, Marika Hackman, Mausi, Menace Beach, Norma Jean Martine, Palace, Parakeet, Pawws, Primitive Parts, Pup, Rainer, Rhodes, Rosie Lowe, Sam Airey, San Fermin, Shy Nature, Sivu, Solids, Southern, Spring King, Superfood, Teleman, The Amazing Snakeheads, The Bohicas, The Creases, The Scenes, The Tea Street Band, The Wytches, Tourist, Vukovi, We The Wild, We Were Evergreen, Wild Cub, Youth Man, Alaska, Allusondrugs, Apollo Junction, Bearfoot Beware, Blue Laurel, Carnabells, Charlie Straw, City Of Lights, Disraeli Gears, Engine, Fans, Fawn Spots, Glass Caves, Glassbody, Goodbye Chanel, Harry Ridgway, Imp, Jonny Quits, Marsicans, Modo Stare, Munich, NARCS, OtherPeoplesLives, Pip Mountjoy, Quentins Basement, Samuel S. Parkes, Tabloids, The Mexanines, The Vendettas, Then Thickens, We Were Frontiers, Weirds, Witch Hunt, and White Royal.
Tickets for Saturday are priced at £25 plus booking fee. Wristbands allow entry to each of the participating venues, as individual venue capacities permit.
In its eighth year, Live at Leeds has quickly become an institution in the Leeds calendar taking place in numerous city venues and hosting national names and local talent performing at venues around the city centre in a celebration of new music.
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