Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes will headline Live at Leeds, which takes place at various venues across Leeds on Saturday 16th October.
Also announced are Mercury Prize nominees Sports Team, as well as: The Night Cafe, The Big Moon, Dream Wife, Jaws, Poppy Ajudha, Teleman, The Orielles, Vistas, Whenyoung, 220 Kid, Bow Anderson, Gracey, Olivia Dean, Courting, Feet, Fizzy Blood, Just Mustard, Life, Artio, Blondes, Breathe Panel, CJ Pandit, Cmat, Conrad, Deep Tan, Dylan, Eades, Ellysse Mason, Finn Askew, Frankie Beetlestone, George Cosby, George Moir, George O'Hanlon, Grandmas House, Green Gardens, Hamish Hawk, James Vickery, Jaws The Shark, Julia Bardo, L'objectif, Lola Young, Low Hummer, Luke La Volpe, Lucy Blue, Macca Wiles, Malady, Martha Skye Murphy, Mega, Moa Moa, Mysie, Nancy, Nayana Iz, Noisy, Phoebe AXA, Police Car Collective, Punkband, Rayowa, Sfven, Silvertwin, Soda Blonde, Stone, Sunflower Thieves, Tamzene, Tayo Sound, The Chisel, The Clause, The Clockworks, Thumper, Voodoos, Walt Disco, Youth Sector, and Zola Courtney.
There are still over 100 more acts to be announced, with the festival having a history of showcasing emerging talent.
Tickets are on sale, priced at £38 plus booking fee.
Tickets give entry to each of the participating venues, as individual venue capacities permit.
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