Everything you need to know about Live at Leeds: In The City 2022

Live At Leeds Festival is back this weekend, and bringing over 150 artists to Leeds city centre.

From last minute tickets to headline acts and where to pick up your wristband, we’ve compiled everything you need to know about Live At Leeds into a single guide, so all you need to do is load this up and embrace the live music across Leeds.

With 150+ Artists, 14 venues, 16 stages, all over the one day– this is going to be memorable festival for all those in Leeds.


Pale Waves, White Lies, Sundara Karma, Palace, Thomas Headon, Working Mens Club, Sea Power, Gruff Rhys.

After releasing Pale Waves as their headliner only a few short months ago, Live At Leeds: In The City has been teasing us with their lineup for a good while now- and it’s certainly been worth the wait.

After first joining the festival in 2015, Sundara Karma are back to bring guitar riffs aplenty and push the boundaries of what we know and love about indie-pop music. Meanwhile White Lies will be celebrating a career of ‘finding euphoria in the darkest of moments’ and bringing old favourites and new tracks from As I Try Not To Fall Apart too.


Now joining the likes of Palace, Thomas Headon, Working Men’s Club and Sea Power on Saturday 15 October 2022, you’ll find a whopping 80 new names added to the bill- and they’ll all be playing as day turns to night right here in the city centre to make up the some 150 taking to stages across Leeds at the weekend.

The following acts will be joining the lineup for Live At Leeds: In The City 2022:

  • Sundara Karma
  • White Lies
  • Crawlers
  • Gruff Rhys
  • Warmduscher
  • Joesef
  • Casey Lowry
  • Connie Constance
  • Kid Brunswick
  • Lottery Winners
  • King No-One
  • Swim Deep
  • Baby Dave
  • The Hara
  • Jelani Blackman
  • The Pale White
  • Melin Melyn
  • The Clause
  • Far Caspian
  • Greta Isaac
  • The Oozes
  • Molly Payton
  • Lovejoy
  • CIEL
  • Joe & The Shitboys
  •  Wings Of Desire
  • Banji
  • Rats
  • Calum Bowie
  • Youth Sector
  • CVC
  • The Shakes
  • Seraphina Simone
  • David Keenan
  • Eleanor Moss
  • Redolent
  • Overpass
  • Fake Turins
  • Boy Bleach
  • Blair Davie
  • Thala
  • Murdo Mitchell
  • Mint
  • Manu Grace
  • Gus Englehorn
  • Josh Vine
  • Tom Jenkins
  • Kay Greyson
  • Edie BensZela
  • Beetlebug
  • Saint Joshua
  • Jemima Coulter
  • Soup!
  • Moreish Idols
  • Fya Fox
  • Hannah Grae
  • Slant
  • The Roly Mo
  • Joe Unknown
  • Kids
  • Royel Otis
  • Gigi Moss
  • The Wild Things
  • Ohem
  • Lizzie Esau
  • Jerub
  • Splint
  • Venbee
  • Gabby Martin
  • Little Quirks
  • JAXN
  • Pet Shake
  • Tommy Ashby
  • Bert
  • Mica Sefia
  • Niall Summerton
  • George Bloomfield
  • Before Breakfast
  • Phenicia
  • Dilettante
  • Oliver Pinder
  • Sam Airey
  • Teah Lewis
  • Luxury Goods
  • Imogen Hart


There’s a whopping 16 stages across 14 venues this year, with all of Leeds’ best known concert venues, and intimate hidden gems taking part in Live At Leeds: In The City.

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The following venues will be hosting artists throughout the day and night:

  • Belgrave Music Hall
  • Brudenell Main Room
  • Brudenell Community Room
  • Headrow House
  • Hyde Park Book Club
  • Leeds Beckett Student Union 1
  • Leeds Beckett Student Union 2
  • Mill Hill Chapel
  • Nation of Shopkeepers
  • Northern Guitars
  • Leeds O2 Academy
  • Oporto
  • Sela Bar
  • The Key Club
  • The Lending Room
  • The Wardrobe

Accessing the stage times

This year, the app is going to be your best friend for all stage timings, performers and, really, everything you need to know on the day.

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To find out which artists are performing when, all you need to do is click on the lineup page and you’ll find the list of acts sorted by venue. You can also click on the acts you want to see and create your own personal schedule, which automatically pulls up where you need to be and when.

Download the dedicated app and plans your route ahead, it’ll save you hours and ensure you don’t waste a minute of music.

How to get tickets

Tickets for Live At Leeds: In The City 2022 are already on sale for just £39 and have been selling at an unexpected rate, so make sure you grab yours ahead of the festival.

Special VIP tickets, which includes Priority Entry access to venues, afterparty entry and more, are also available for £55, both of which can be purchased from the Live At Leeds website.

How to get your wristband

On the day of the festival, take your ticket and swap it for a wristband ahead of visiting any venues.

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This year, the wristband exchange for general admission tickets will be located at Leeds City College, Quarry Hill Campus on Saturday 15 October, whilst VIP ticketholders should head over to The Wardrobe (both are open 10am-6pm).

The Wardrobe will open on Friday 14th October from 5pm – 8pm for both general admission and VIP ahead

Read More: Sundara Karma, White Lies and 80+ new acts added to Live At Leeds: In The City lineup

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