Carl Barat & The Jackals lead the first acts announced for Live At Leeds taking place over the bank holiday from Friday 1st until Monday 4th May 2015.
Live at Leeds festival will see national names joining the hottest local talent performing at venues around the city centre including Dry The River, Dutch Uncles, Eagulls, Emmy the Great, Gaz Coombes, George The Poet, Hookworms, Lawson, Mnek, Slaves, Spector, Stornoway, Stormzy, Sunset Sons, Swim Deep, Thurston Moore Band, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Ady Suleiman, Blossoms, Boxed In, Childhood, Ekkah, Flo Morrissey, Jagaara, Joanna Gruesome, JP Cooper, Laura Doggett, Lonelady, Menace Beach, Nimmo, Nothing But Thieves, Palace, Pretty Vicious, Real Lies, Telegram, and Tobias Jesso Jr.
Also confirmed are Adam French, Alex Burey, Alfie Connor, Alma Elste, Arcane Roots, Astronomyy, Aylee, Bad Dreems, Billie Black, Black Honey, Black Peaks, Bloody Knees, Bruising, Bully, Cairobi, Carnabells, Chaika, Charlie Cunningham, Chloe Black, Clay, Cloud Castle Lake, Cold Ocean Lies, The Colour Of Spring, Compny, Fehm, Forever Cult, Frances, Francisco The Man, Glacier Pacific, Gulf, Honne, Hooton Tennis Club, Iyes, Jakil, Jamie Lawson, Jasmine Thompson, Jet Setter, Kid Wave, Lake Komo, Laurel, Lives, Longfellow, Louis Berry, Man Made, Marsicans, Monogram, New Vinyl, Oceaan, Only Girl, Osca, Oscar & The Wolf, Pinkshinyultrablast, Pixel Fix, Polo, Port Isla, Prose, Racing Glaciers, Rat Boy, Robyn Sherwell, Seafret, Shelter Point, Skinny Living, Talos, Thabo & The Real Deal, The Academic, The Magic Gang, The Mispers, The Riptide Movement, Tibet, Twin Wild, Vitamin, Walking on Cars, Wooden Arms, Wulf, and Yurs.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets for Saturday are priced at £27.50 plus booking fee.
Wristbands allow entry to each of the participating venues, as individual venue capacities permit.
In its ninth 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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