Live At Leeds Reveal More Bands and Social Information

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Live At Leeds are pleased to announce the latest additions to the festival, plus more details on the unconference and the football tournament.

Joining are Rudimental, Everything Everything, AlunaGeorge, Peace and Darwin Deez are The Walkmen, Dutch Uncles, Savages, MO, Melodys Echo Chamber, Dinosaur Pile Up and many more.

Full announcement:

The Walkmen, Dinosaur Pile up, Dutch Uncles, Electric Guest, Melodys Echo Chamber, MO, MS MR, Savages, Sky Larkin, Splashh, Still Corners, Backyarders, Bebe Black, Castrolvalva, Charlie Boyer & The Voyuers, Chloe Howl, Deep Sea Arcade, Filthy Boy, Findlay, Fryers, Fun Adults, Georgia Thursting, Gliss, Hawk Eyes, Heart Ships, Humanfly, Indians, Jacobean Ruff, Jetta, John Newman, Lulu James, Man Like Me, Max Raptor, Middleman, Must, Night Engine, PINS, Post War Years, Syron, Take Turns, Concetines, Covelles, Dunwells, These Monsters, Those Rotten Thieves, Tokyo Corner, Troumata, Wild Swim, Wolf Alice.

Live At Leeds have also revealed that the unconference will take place on the 3rd May at Leeds College of Music. In association with Leeds Metropolitan University, IMGNTN and Music Industry Yorkshire and additional funding by Leeds Inspired, the programme will be curated by Whiskas with guests Scott Cohen. This years theme is around networking and the landscape of music consumption in the digital world. For more information and registering to attend this free event you can email unconference@liveatleeds.com

Its also been announced that Hope and Social will be playing the Brudenell on the Friday Night, bringing The Bedlam Social as part of Live At Leeds. This is a separate ticketed event. £8.50 adv/£10 otd – www.hopeandsocial.com

The Live At Leeds football tournament returns for a third year on Monday 6th May. 32 teams made up of bands, promoters and venues all involved in the festival will battle it out. This year has seen an extension of the football and ELFM will host a stage od music at the event. A launch event for the tournament will happen on the 7th April at A Nation Of Shopkeepers, Leeds. Expect the draw for the tournament and a football quiz.

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 at Millennium Square and tickets will be priced at £25.

You can find the full line up at www.liveatleeds.com

Multi-venue wristbands for Live At Leeds are available now from www.lunatickets.co.uk, www.seetickets.com and www.ticketline.co.uk priced at £22.50

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