Live At Leeds: In The Park reveals full 2024 line-up

New names added to the lineup include: Baby Queen, Caity Baser; Beth McCarthy; Baxter Dury; Good Neighbours; Billy Nomates and Courting.

Live At Leeds: In The Park is the one-day indie music festival that every music lover needs to get on their radar.

The groundbreaking Leeds-born festival returns in May for its third edition at Temple Newsam on Saturday 25 May and is set to play host to much-loved headliners The Kooks and local heroes The Cribs and Corinne Bailey Rae, along with appearances from the likes of Declan McKenna, Sea Girls, Future Islands, Melanie C, Circa Waves, White Lies and many more.  

From start to finish, there’s always a true community feel about Live At Leeds – and not just in a local sense. The line-up is always carefully considered to create a playlist of summer tunes, where each act is just as important as the next, regardless of their fanbase, time on stage or point in their career – there’s space for everyone to perform.

All ages, all genres – and now some new names to enjoy too.

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New names added to the lineup today include: Durban-via-London star Baby Queen, Southampton-born viral sensation Caity Baser, cherished British songwriters Baxter Dury and Billy No Mates, hotly-tipped Liverpool quartet Courting, and emerging Glaswegian singer Dylan John Thomas.

Having had its lineups graced by the likes of Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Stormzy and The 1975 over the years at the event’s ‘In The City’ portion, and more recently saw Easy Life inside the 450-capacity venue The Wardrobe, Sam Fender at Stylus and Yungblud at Call Lane’s own Oporto all just five years ago – and it’s through it careful selection of artists that Live At Leeds is able to find ‘the next big thing’ before it hits the mainstream.

Packed between longtime favourites and new up-and-coming artists, we now have the below lineup to look forward to in May:

  • The Kooks 
  •  Declan McKenna
  • The Cribs
  • Sea Girls 
  •  Future Islands
  • Circa Waves
  • Melanie C 
  • Baxter Dury
  • Corinne Bailey Rae Presents Black Rainbows
  • White Lies
  • Baby Queen
  • Caity Baser 
  • Mystery Jets
  • The Academic
  • Billy Nomates
  • Orla Gartland
  • Dylan John Thomas
  • The Mysterines
  • Vistas
  • The Slow Readers Club
  • Sprints
  • Antony Szmierek
  • Beth McCarthy
  • Courting
  • Flowerovlove
  • Matilda Mann
  • Nieve Ella 
  •  Andrew Cushin
  • Cosmo Pyke
  • Good Neighbours
  • Hotwax
  • Michael Aldag
  • Somebody’s Child
  •  Seb Lowe
  • Overpass
  • Lucia & The Best Boys
  • The Clause
  • Tom A. Smith
  • Radio Free Alice  

Joe Hubbard (Live At Leeds promoter/booker) said: “I’m really happy to unveil the full line up for Live at Leeds in the Park 2024! Among the names joining us we have some pop powerhouses in Baby Queen, Caity Baser and Beth McCarthy – highly acclaimed artists in Baxter Dury, Billy Nomates and Courting as well as hotly anticipated Good Neighbours whose debut single has racked up 100 million streams in no time at all. To present the complete line up of the festival has made it all that more real, and we’re so excited to welcome everyone to the Park in less than 2 months!” 

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Tickets are now on sale, with ticket prices starting at £62.50 each from the Live At Leeds website.

And if you can’t wait until May – you can find out how we got on at last year’s festival here.

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