Live at Leeds: In the Park has made changes to its line-up.
The brand new, one-day festival in Leeds has added new talent to their headliners, filling the day with popular indie and alternative artists from around the world.
The Vaccines, Holly Humberstone, Sports Team and The Snuts will be joining the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club, Arlo Parks, Easy Life and Sea Girls at Temple Newsam over the Queen’s Jubilee weekend.
Nothing But Thieves were originally set to play but has since had to cancel and their headline slot will be replaced by The Vaccines on Saturday 4 June.
Joining the line-up, Alfie Templeman, The Pigeon Detectives, Cassia, Laruran Hibberd, Tribes and Dream Wife have all been confirmed to perform alongside The MYsterines, Kid Kapichi, Coach Party and Zuzu.
The location is home to some of the UK’s biggest alternative festivals like Slam Dunk and Newsam Park but this will be one of the most impressive stages for ‘Live at Leeds’ to date.
Joining the headliners are a whole load of smaller bands like Honne, Confidence Man, ADMT, Courting, Finn Askew, L’Objectif, Molly Payton, Porij and The Royston Club.
The popular festival is usually held each year across the inner-city centre, with artists playing at a range of Leeds venues, but it was pushed back until October this year due to pandemic-related restrictions.
As a result, the Live at Leeds team have decided that the multi-venue traditional Live at Leeds will be hosted in October 2022 and an outdoor one-day festival will take place in its usual May spot.
The traditional Live in Leeds, which takes place in Leeds city centre, is due to go ahead in October, but no acts have been confirmed for this event.
Tickets are now available on the Live at Leeds website for the 2022 one-day festival, with general admission priced at £60.50.
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