Bombay Bicycle Club, The Vaccines, Sea Girls and The Snuts are set to storm Live at Leeds on The Park on Saturday the 4th of June- and RGM have all the Intel.

The Festival is just five days away and set to host 4 new stages for artists to entertain and occupy fans in a brand new, one day festival set in Temple Newsam. Years in the making pre covid,
Gates will be open from 12;30pm to an assortment of hot new acts- including Liverpool favourites STONE, sure to be a pleasant surprise for all the Scouse Post-Punkers out there.

However, the festival is not short of variety- and a medley of genres are expected to fill the park.
From the likes of Arlo Park and Easy life- with sun drenched melodies and smooth jazz lyricism, the DIY Big Top Stage is not to be missed.

Not to be forgotten, renowned and celebrated bands such as The Vaccines and Bombay Bicycle Club will also be headlining.

This most definitely seems to be a festival for everyone- likely to please hundreds over the boozy bank holiday weekend.

Festival Tips:

Plan Ahead!: A rookie mistake is winging any day or weekender festival- a plan is key. Compile a list of the acts you want to see and plan your day accordingly- the park is a big one, you will need the extra 10 minutes you can give yourself from walking stage to stage.

Picnic Chairs are a must: Call me a grandma- your going to need a break! Portable chairs are a god-send when picnic benches are full and the ground is muddy from rainfall. Picnic blankets for you and your pals are also extremely useful.

Check Socials on arrival: Check the Live At Leeds socials throughout as well as your favourite artists! You can then be informed of any set times and changes and possible meet and greets some of the acts may have to offer.

Have Fun!: We can all agree the last few years have been atrocious for live music- don’t be the one to ruin it for everyone. Look out for people in the mosh pits and be kind to one an other!

You can buy tickets to Live At Leeds In The Park HERE

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