Peace to headline metropolitan music festival Live at Leeds

Creating a transcendent festival experience for the past decade, Live at Leeds has perfected the balance between small intimate shows and massive artists. Taking place the first weekend of May, or from the 5th-6th for those who don’t have a calendar to hand, Live at Leeds has announced their first round of acts and it’s solid to say the least

Breakthrough indie band Circa Waves and Birmingham’s Peace are headlining Live at Leeds. While the headliners are guitar bands through-and-through, the rest of the lineup is a myriad of genre-splicing artists who have created their own unique sound. British Sea Power, The Horrors, Sunset Sons, Dermot Kennedy, Pale Waves, Sam Fender and Tom Walker are just some of the artists to grace the lineup along with the headliners. It’s an amazing group of artists that are sure to wow.

Read: Review: Circa Waves stamp their mark on Birmingham with aplomb
Read: Peace have just secretly dropped their first new song in two years
Read: Review: Peace prove their worth with flawless Civic Hall performance

Live at Leeds has more acts to announce – you can see the rest of the current lineup here – leaving us excited to see who else is added to the bill. With the stunning first announcement though, Live at Leeds is a no brainer for our festival schedule.

Tickets on sale now via this link.

Music nerd currently finishing a PhD in music festivals. Natural habitat includes muddy fields, musty venues, and chatting with artists in dark back rooms.


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Kylie McCormick

Music nerd currently finishing a PhD in music festivals. Natural habitat includes muddy fields, musty venues, and chatting with artists in dark back rooms.