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Fancy a trip to Leeds anybody? The line-up for this year’s Live At Leeds is super impressive.


After Jess Glynne, Circa Waves, We Are Scientists, Band Of Skulls, RAT BOY, Clean Cut Kid, and Barns Courtney had already been announced, have just added more than 50 more acts to their 10th anniversary line-up and it’s making up want festival season to begin right now please.

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The acts announced for Live At Leeds at the weekend were:

Mystery Jets, Ghostpoet, Blossoms, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Los Campesinos, Izzy Bizu, Sundara Karma, Blood Red Shoes, Loyle Carner, Formation, Samm Henshaw, The Duke Spirit, Mabel, The Sherlocks, Milk Teeth, Beach Baby, Declan McKenna, WHITE, Vitamin, Cameron AG, Miamigo, Inheaven, Anteros, Viola Beach, Pumarosa, Blaenavon, Fews, Hidden Charms, Slutface, Kagoule, The Jacques, Cattle And Cane, Meilyr Jones, Autobahn, Rhys Lewis, Holy Esque, Hannah Lou Clark, Beaty Heart, Zuzu, Kloe, William J Healey, George Taylor, George Cosby, Isaac Gracie, Drones Club, Catholic Action, Asylums, Fronteers, Georgie, Carnabells, John Joseph Brill, Cape Cub, Strange Bones, Flawes, Babeheaven, Seramic, James TW, Joseph J Jones, Fletcher Jackson, Dear Friends, Caro, Where Fires Are, The Indigo Project, Fighting Caravans, Trash, Tusk, and Kleine Schweine.

Tickets for Live At Leeds are available now for just £32.50 from Luna Tickets.

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