Live at Leeds 2018: 60+ new names added to this year’s bill

Live at Leeds, as announced by Huw Stephen’s last night, has released its next batch of names for the 2018 edition of the city festival. The festival, which we’ve been lucky enough to host a stage at for the past two years, has added over 60 acts to the list that they already had.

TMB favourites such as CaroHer’sGrace LightmanAlaskalaska, and Sports Team have been added to a bill that already featured the likes of BlaenavonSpring King and The Horrors. They are accompanied by a host of other names, all of which you can find in the list below.

The event will take place on Saturday May 5th and tickets for are on sale now, starting from £36 – available from https://www.liveatleeds.com/.

The Magic Gang // Ash // Pulled Apart By Horses

Ten Tonnes // Sorry // Yungblud // Her’s // Louis Berry // Sunset Sons // Alaskalaska // Sports Team // Catherine McGrath // TOUTS // Grace Lightman // Stella Donnelly //

The Ninth Wave // Denzel Himself // Dermot Kennedy // Pip Blom // High Tyde // Bruno Major // Nelson Can // Lady Bird // LUCIA // Gaffa Tape Sandy // Queen Zee // Jaz Karis // Fling // Caro // Cassia // Vistas // Axel Flovent // Nathan Ball //

Jalen N’Gonda // Bakar // Jack Vallier // Black Futures // Callum Stewart // Dan Stock // Dusky Grey // Elle Call // Etham // Hatchie // Heir // Hot Dreams // Indigo Lo //

James Gillespie // Kawala // Moncrieff // Nala // Night Flight // Only the Poets // Plested // Rascalton // River Matthews // Sounds Like A Storm //

The Howl and the Hum // The Indigo Project // The RPMs // Tyne // Valeras // Vundabar

The festivities of the Live At Leeds weekend are set to kick off on the Friday night (May 4th) with a very special showcased presented by PRS Foundation’s Momentum Music Fund Showcase at The Wardrobe – featuring appearances from supported artists such as Our Girl, Chelou, Fenne Lily and very special guest headliners to be revealed shortly. Entry to the show is free.

 

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