Live at Leeds: In The Park Announces Full Stage Split

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It’s already one of the most anticipated festival debuts of the summer. And now Live At Leeds: In The Park has set the stage for an unmissable celebration of new music and alternative indie culture.

The full stage-split programme taking over Leeds’ Temple Newsam on Saturday June 4th has been revealed, And whether it’s grandstand moments from the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club, The Vaccines, or Sea Girls on the MTV Main Stage, or unmissable favourites like Easy Life, Arlo Parks, and Confidence Man in the DIY Big Top – Live At Leeds: In The Park is going to be a formidable festival day.

Live At Leeds’ has a great reputation as one of the leading tastemakers in modern new music. The Hill Top Stage is stocked with some of the most insatiable guitar bands of the past 20 years. Leeds’ own The Pigeon Detectives and big-time movers The Snuts will be there. And the Dork Presents tent sees two stages full of incredible new music playing back-to-back with no clashes.

Live At Leeds In The PArk

“A crowning festival day”

There won’t be a single silent second. Live At Leeds is the perfect place to celebrate the artists you love. And also discover your next favourite artist in the same place before anyone else.

It promises to be a crowning festival day, continuing those early steps that Live At Leeds have become synonymous for.

Filled with artists who first made their mark in years gone by In The City, their journey continues as Live At Leeds adds a star-studded second show to its yearly calendar. It’s the only voice you need to follow on the best in new music.

It all comes together for the sort of festival experience that new music fans have been crying out for. Continuing the history of Live At Leeds that has welcomed through the biggest artists on the planet over the years, Live At Leeds: In The Park is set to become a must-visit destination for those looking for their fix of unforgettable festival memories.

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