Live At Leeds will return bigger and better than ever on the 29th of April. This years version of the decorated urban festival will span across 15 of the city’s finest venues and feature over 150 different acts. The venues chosen to host this year’s festival are amongst the most credible live music spots in Leeds, with the likes of Belgrave Music Hall, Brudenell Social Club, Headrow House and Church featuring heavily.
The line-up seems to have a few extra big names than in previous years. Temples will be playing Church at 7.45pm followed by Frightened Rabbit at 9.30pm. The combination of Gabrielle Aplin’s gorgeous vocals and the stunning acoustics provided by Holy Trinity Church should not be missed. Other recognisable names generating plenty of excitement are Honeyblood, Idles, Jagwar Ma, JAWS, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, Slaves, The Big Moon and Wild Beasts.
Live At Leeds has always been proud to showcase the latest local emerging talent, and this year is no exception. If you are interested in checking out some of Yorkshire’s brightest young talent I would recommend getting to the venues early as most of these acts are playing the early slots. If you are going to be there from the moment the festival begins at 12pm then Leeds based Dusk are well worth checking out at Belgrave Music Hall, and the same can be said for Chest Pains who are on at The Lending Room at 1pm. Other local acts worth a watch are Heir, Glass Mountain, Howl, Kell, The Golden Age Of TV and The Magic Eye Pictures.
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