Reading and Leeds Festival 2023 to host the world’s biggest silent disco

Tickets are still available.

The annual musical festival is taking it to the next level and hosting the world’s biggest (and quietest) disco of all time next month.

If you’ve ever been to Leeds festival then you’ll know that it’s not just about the main stages and the popular headliners.

Although the line-up is an impressive one this year, with Billie Eilish and Sam Fender spearheading the festival, some of the best things happen where you least expect them.

And this year is no exception, as Reading and Leeds have made the triumphant announcement that they will be hosting the world’s biggest silent disco to ever take place.

One of the stages at Leeds Festival.
Image: Leeds Festival

Yes, you heard that right. This year’s festival will be making history and you’d be a fool not to take part in it.

But how is that possible you may ask? Well the way it’s going to work is the two locations will be playing a simultaneous set, making the disco nationwide and merging the North and South divide.

British drum and bass DJ duo Sigma will be split up with one member playing at each silent disco location on the Sunday night, so those attending will most definitely be seeing off the festival in style.

Announcing the news, Leeds fest said: “Ok, so we can’t talk about late night without mentioning our HUGE silent disco announcement. In case you somehow missed it, we’re hosting the WORLD’S BIGGEST silent disco on Sunday night over at Main Stage West.

A late night party happening in a forest.
Image: Leeds Festival

“We’re splitting DnB heroes Sigma in two, sending one to Reading to play the first ever (!!) simultaneous R&L set. It’s gonna be the biggest, but quietest, rave we’ve ever seen.”

We’re positive that this is doing to go down in the history books and be an evening to remember, so if you’re off to Leeds Fest this year then get yourself down to the Main Stage West on Sunday night, grab a set of headphones and get boogying.

Tickets are still available for Leeds Fest and you can get yours here.

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