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FESTIVAL NEWS | Second wave of acts released for Live At Leeds 2018

The second wave of artists released for Live at Leeds 2018 proves that 2018’s festival season will start with a bang!

Topping the line-up this time is The Magic Gang, Ash, and Pulled Apart By Horses. It’s Ash’s first time at Live At Leeds and they are bound to bring a set of 90s throwback tracks and an insane live show. Whereas The Magic Gang and Pulled Apart By Horses have both played Live At Leeds a number of times, but their sets can be expected to be full of heavy guitar tracks and rock.

Live At Leeds is set to kick off on Friday the 4th of May with a gig presented by PRS Foundation’s Momentum Music Fund Showcase at The Wardrobe, featuring artists such as Our Girl, Chelou, and Fenne Lily, as well as a very special headliner who will be announced soon. Entry to the show is free, there are more details at https://www.liveatleeds.com/

Introducing a lot of new names to the line-up such as Cassia, The Howl and The Hum, and Louis Berry. Liverpool’s own Louis Berry is bringing his rock and roll tracks to Leeds and will own the stage, after backing from BBC Introducing he is slowly getting more, and more support from fans all over the world. He is definitely one to keep an eye on.

These new names, as well as countless others will be joining: PEACE, Circa Waves, The Horrors, Anteros, Blaenavon, Lewis Capaldi, Pale Waves, Spring King, British Sea Power, Maisie Peters, Stereo Honey, and many more. All taking over 20+ venues across Leeds City Centre to create a day full of fantastic music from acts you may have previously heard of, and those who you haven’t.

For tickets and further information head here

Acts announced today:
The Magic Gang // Ash // Pulled Apart By Horses

Ten Tonnes // Sorry // Yungblud // Her’s // Louis Berry // Sunset Sons // Alaskalaska // Sports Team // Catherine McGrath // TOUTS // Grace Lightman // Stella Donnelly // The Ninth Wave // Denzel Himself // Dermot Kennedy // Pip Blom // High Tyde // Bruno Major // Nelson Can // Lady Bird // LUCIA // Gaffa Tape Sandy // Queen Zee // Jaz Karis // Fling // Caro // Cassia // Vistas // Axel Flovent // Nathan Ball // Jalen N’Gonda // Bakar // Jack Vallier // Black Futures // Callum Stewart // Dan Stock // Dusky Grey // Elle Call // Etham // Hatchie // Heir // Hot Dreams // Indigo Lo // James Gillespie // Kawala // Moncrieff // Nala // Night Flight // Only the Poets // Plested // Rascalton // River Matthews // Sounds Like A Storm // The Howl and the Hum // The Indigo Project // The RPMs // Tyne // Valeras // Vundabar

Previously announced acts:

Peace // Circa Waves // British Sea Power // The Horrors // Anteros // Blaenavon // Lewis Capaldi // Nick J.D. Hodgson // Pale Waves // Sam Fender //  Spring King // Tom Walker // Will Heard // Babyteeth // Benny Mails // Billy Lockett // Bloxx // Boy Azooga // Courtyards // Declan J Donovan // Devon // Dream Estate // Dylan Cartlidge // Freya Ridings // George Glew // Grace Carter // Grand Pax // GRDNS // Hey Charlie // Hockey Dad // Holiday Oscar // Knightstown // Maisie Peters // Martha Phillips // Naaz //Nikhil D’Souza // Olympia // ONR // Outsider // Partner // Peakes // Riley Pearce // Ruby Empress // Sam Johnson // Shor // Soham De // Sons Of Raphael // Stereo Honey // Stillia // Suzi Wu // Tamzene // The Lightning Year //The Old Pink House // The Pale White // The Snuts // Tremors // whenyoung //White Room // Wowh



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