Leeds Festival 2023 announce first round of headline acts

Tickets go on sale 12 December at 9am.

Sam Fender, The Killers and Billie Eilish are amongst the incredible first wave of acts to play at Leeds Festival 2023.

The Leeds Festival 2023 headliners have just been announced and it looks like it’s going to be an awesome weekend.

There’s been lots of rumours circulating about who will be playing, but Greg James put these rumours to bed on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show this morning, Friday 9 December 2022.

Taking to the headliner stage next year will be Tyneside favourite Sam Fender, pop megastar Billie Eilish and rock legends the Killers. Other headliners include Oxford rockers Foals, Scottish singer songwriter Lewis Capaldi and American pop band Imagine Dragons.

And it doesn’t just stop there, also performing at the festival is British MC Loyle Carner, Isle Of Wight indie-rock duo Wet Leg and dance heavyweight Becky Hill.

Also confirmed for the 2023 festival is (brace yourselves): Bicep, Central Cee, Chase Atlantic, Declan McKenna, Don Broco, Eliza Rose, Georgia, Inhaler, LF System, Lil TJay, Lovejoy, Meekz, Nessa Barret, Nothing But Thieves, Shy FX, Slowthai, Songer, Steve Lacey, The Snuts, Tion Wayne, Trippie Redd and Yung Lean, You Me At Six.

Leeds Festival 2023.
Image: Official Reading and Leeds

More than a whopping 100 artists are expected to grace the stages at Bramham park next year, with further exciting announcements to come over the following months.

Leeds Festival 2023 will be happening over the bank holiday weekend between Friday, August 25 and Sunday, August 27 for those who want to pencil it into their diary.

Tickets for the festival go on sale next Monday, 12 December 2022 at 9am and with a line-up like that they’re sure to fly off the shelves.

You can get your tickets here on the Leeds Festival 2023 website.

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