Live At Leeds, which takes place on Saturday 29th April 2017 at various venues in Leeds have announced their second long list acts.
Heading today's list is man of the moment Rag n Bone Man, as well as Nothing But Thieves, DMA's, Honeyblood, The Hunna, Temples, Fickle Friends, Gabrielle Aplin, Clean Cut Kid, The Moonlandingz, Dream Wife, Get Inuit, Tom Grennan, Hmltd, Eat Fast, Kojey Radical, She Drew The Gun, Ider, Fish, Trudy and the Romance, Idles, Life, King Nun, Pale Waves, Jake Isaac, Lewis Watson, Aine Cahill, Be Charlotte, Off Bloom, Tender, Artificial Pleasure, Otzeki, Xamvolo, Matt Maltese, Chinah, Plastic Mermaids, Tom Walker, Connie Constance, Adrian Coker, Anna Straker, Atlas Wynd, Bad Nerves, Banfi, Bryde, Club Drive, Easylife, Fazerdaze, Husky Loops, Indigo Husk, and Jordan Allen.
They join the previously confirmed acts which include Slaves, Wild Beasts, White Lies, Jagwar Ma, The Pigeon Detectives, Teleman, Jaws, Let's Eat Grandma, Black Honey, The Big Moon, The Amazons, Superfood, The Magic Gang, Bad Sounds, Freak, Nilufer Yanya, Flamingods, and more. See the line-up page for the full details.
Speaking about the announcement, Festival Director Andy Smith said: "The reaction to the festival bill has been fantastic this year, so we’re looking forward to getting the rest of the lineup out there. We announced that Future Islands will open proceedings on the Friday last week, a show I personally can’t wait to see and a great way to start the weekend.
This next festival announcement includes some really hotly tipped artists that we’ve seen go from strength to strength over the last year or so, Brits Critics winner Rag n Bone Man, The Hunna, Tom Grennan, Fickle Friends & DMA’s to name a few. Established artists like Nothing But Thieves, Gabrielle Aplin & Temples all return and It’s great to see some new strong local bands breaking through. Centre Stage winners Faux Pas, The Golden Age of TV and Dance to the Radio Compilation artists Fling, Lamia, Dead Naked Hippies & The Tiny Minds all have great potential.
I’d say it’s our best bill since we started, loads of future stars further down the bill so make sure you take a listen to the ones you may not of heard of yet.
Tickets are priced at £32.50 plus booking fee. It gives entry to each of the participating venues, as individual venue capacities permit.
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