Live At Leeds: In The Park 2024 – More Names Confirmed

Including the CLASH Big Top...

More names have been confirmed for Live At Leeds: In The Park this summer.

The festival takes place on May 25th at Leeds’ very own Temple Newsam Park, bringing together some fantastic names and thousands of music fans in the process. Indie evergreens The Kooks will headline, joined by the likes of Declan McKenna, Sea Girls, and Circa Waves.

New names include the wonderful Orla Gartland, with White Lies, Melanie C, and Corinne Bailey Rae also joining the eclectic bill.

Oh, but there’s more: CLASH is set to have its own stage – in fact, we’re taking charge of the Big Top!

Yep, we’re partnering Live At Leeds: In The Park, and will oversee the Big Top on-site. The Cribs will headline, and the Jarmans remain a force of nature – one of UK indie rock’s defining live experiences, we can’t wait to catch them once more.

Elsewhere, Future Islands toast the release of new album ‘People Who Aren’t There Anymore’ with a special Live At Leeds: In The Park performance – expect the Big Top to be an absolute roadblock.

Alongside that, you can expect sets from White Lies, Baxter Dury, Bristol favourite Billy Nomates, Sprints, 6Music favourite Antony Szmierek, and Courting.

Live At Leeds: In The Park, Festival Promoter Joe Hubbard comments…

“Wow. We can’t believe that we’re but a couple of months away from the return of Live At Leeds: In The Park, and we couldn’t be more excited to get back to Temple Newsam with our biggest and funnest lineup to date. Really capturing what Live At Leeds is all about whilst making the show accessible to as many people as possible has been really important for us, and this year’s party is already guaranteed to be a cracking one! The orders for suncream are already in, we’ll see you there!”

For full ticket information visit the Live At Leeds: In The Park website.

Live At Leeds: In The Park takes place in Temple Newsam Park, Leeds on May 25th.

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