Live At Leeds 2013 First Announcement Of Bands Playing

29 Jan 2013
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Live At Leeds 2013 First Announcement Of Bands Playing

Live At Leeds 2013 First Announcement Of Bands Playing

Shortlisted for 'Best Metropolitan Festival' for the second year running, we are delighted to announce the initial line-up for Live At Leeds. Once again taking part over the Early May Bank Holiday, 3rd May till 6th May and hosting over a hundred bands, The Unconference and the now annual Football tournament. This year's line-up features two Brit nominees and five of the BBC Sound of 2013 shortlist, celebrating the best in up and coming music alongside established bands. Expect over a hundred bands over twelve stages in venue across Leeds City Centre from the serene surroundings of Holy Trinity Church to the 2300 capacity O2 Academy Leeds. 

For 2013 the festival's headline sponsor is Fosters and partners include The Marriott, Blacks Solicitors LLP, Enjoy Digital, Leeds Metropolitan University and Leeds City Council. 

Taking the stage this year are The Pigeon Detectives having just announced album number 4, Rudimental, bringing their chart topping hits to Leeds. Everything Everything on the back of their top 5 new album.  Darwin Deez is also returning with the follow up to his self-titled album, Songs for Imaginative People out in February. King Krule, Tribes, The Staves, AlunaGeorge, Peace, Laura Mvula, The 1975, Swim Deep lead the strong list. A full list of bands can be found below. 

Many names are still to be announced over the coming months and maybe a few surprises? 

Live At Leeds Saturday Multi-Venue Wristband- £22.50 The Vaccines (Sunday 5th May)- £25 

Full announcement of first bands for Live At Leeds 2013 (alphabetical) 

Alunageorge
Arlissa
Battle Lines
Blackeye
Charles Bruno
Charlie Straw
China Rats
Dan Croll
Dancing Years
Darwin Deez
Department M
Everything Everything
Fawn Spots
George Ezra
Happy Daggers
Harry George Johns
Hudson Taylor
Hunting Bears
Indiana
Jacob Banks
Jagwar Ma 
Joe Banfi
Joel Baker
Jordan Allen
King Krule
Laura Mvula
Lewis Watson
Little Comets
Marika Hackman
Marsicans
Nick Mulvey
Ofei
Peace
Pete Roe
Peter & Kerry
Post War Glamour Girls
Roo Panes
Rudimental
Ryan Keen
Saint Raymond
Sam Smith
Seasfire
Sj.Bravo
Skaters
Soley
Sons And Lovers
Sweet Baboo
Swim Deep
Swimming Lessons
The 1975
The Crookes
The Family Rain
The Glass Caves
The Grand
The Neighbourhood
The Pigeon Detectives
The Staves
The Struts
Theme Park
Thomas J Speight
Tribes
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Wave Machines
We Were Frontiers
Witch Hunt
Yadi

*The Vaccines will be playing a separate ticketed event on the Sunday of Live at Leeds with special support from TOY and more names to be added.




MORE INFORMATION:

http://www.liveatleeds.com

http://www.lunatickets.co.uk


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Tags: Live At Leeds - AlunaGeorge - Arlissa - China Rats - Dan Croll - Darwin Deez - Department M - Everything Everything - Fawn Spots - George Ezra - Harry George Johns - Hudson Taylor - Jagwar Ma - Joe Banfi - King Krule - Laura Mvula - Lewis Watson - Little Comets - Marika Hackman - Nick Mulvey - Peace - Rudimental - Sam Smith - Skaters - Sweet Baboo - Swim Deep - The 1975 - The Crookes - The Family Rain - The Neighbourhood - The Pigeon Detectives - The Staves - The Struts - Theme Park - Tribes - Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Wave Machines

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