Mystery Jets, Ghostpoet, Blossoms, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Los Campesinos!, and Izzy Bizu lead tonight's wave of new acts announced for Live At Leeds celebrating its 10-year anniversary next year over the bank holiday on Saturday 30th April 2016.
Live at Leeds will also host Sundara Karma, Blood Red Shoes, Loyle Carner, Formation, Samm Henshaw, The Duke Spirit, Mabel, The Sherlocks, Milk Teeth, Beach Baby, Declan McKenna, White, Vitamin, Cameron Ag, Miamigo, Inheaven, Anteros, Viola Beach, Pumarosa, Blaenavon, Fews, Hidden Charms, Slutface, Kagoule, The Jacques, Cattle & Cane, Meilyr Jones, Autobahn, Rhys Lewis, Holy Esque, Hannah Lou Clark, Beaty Heart, Zuzu, KLOE, William J Healey, George Taylor, George Cosby, Isaac Gracie, Drones Club, Catholic Action, Asylums, Fronteers, Georgie, Carnabells, John Joseph Brill, Cape Cub, Strange Bones, Flawes, Babeheaven, Seramic, James TW, Joseph J. Jones, Fletcher Jackson, Dear Friends, Caro, Where Fires Are, The Indigo Project, Fighting Caravans, Trash, Tusk, and Kleine Schweine.
More names for Live At Leeds to be announced soon, as well as details on the accompanying Digital Programme.
They join Jess Glynne, Circa Waves, Band Of Skulls, We Are Scientists, RatBoy, Clean Cut Kid, and Barns Courtney performing at venues around the city centre.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets for Saturday are priced at £30 plus booking fee.
Wristbands allow entry to each of the participating venues, as individual venue capacities permit.
In its 10th 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.
Live At Leeds have also announced a new digital programme to the event, in partnership with Leeds Digital Festival, taking place in the five days prior to the music (25th – 29th April), and further details on the digital programme will be revealed soon.
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