Leeds Festival today announce their Late Night at Leeds Festival line up – bringing the best in late night partying to all who are heading there this Bank Holiday Weekend. Across stages old and new, DJ’s, visual spectacles, and music galore – the late night activity keeps festival-goers partying on the way back to their campsites well into the night and beyond!
The legendary Piccadilly Party late night line up will return to Leeds, and today, we can announce that YouTube favourites and Leeds locals, TPD TV will be playing a DJ set on the Thursday night, as well as UK rockers Slaves DJing on Friday night – further names are set to be added over the coming weeks.
New to the Bramham Park site for 2018 is Anachronica. A fururistic art installation and late night DJ arena set in a visually stunning arena deep in the woods, this futuristic, dystopian stage will be home to various incredible DJ sets across the weekend. The mesmerising beat in the forest promises to entertain when the lights have dimmed in the main arena until the early hours.
The first acts from the Transgressive Records line up for the Alternative Stage has also been announced today for both Leeds and Reading festival sites. With specially commissioned live visuals across the weekend, the elusive independent music collective Transgressive Records return to the festival sites to present another huge line-up, ensuring the party continues long into the night before fans head back to their tents. The extremely exclusive and notable sets announced today include the notorious Big Narstie and electric-legend George Fitzgerald, special guest DJ sets from the charming Felix White (The Maccabees), nostalgic pop band The Magic Gang, Blaenavon, Dream Wife, and BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens as well as comedy from the hilarious Micky P Kerr and brand-new hip-hip musical, Suffrageddon.
Relentless will be announcing their stage line-up for Leeds Festival at a special launch party in London on 4th July. This announcement of acts will be live streamed via DJ Mag.
The Vaccines have also announced a one-off show, that will take place at Leeds’ far more intimate Brudenell Social Club on 11th July. Tickets for this special show are priced at £15 and are available NOW as an exclusive pre-sale for people who have already bought tickets to Reading and Leeds Festival. General tickets will then go on sale from 10am Monday 2nd July. This gig will be The Vaccines’ only UK stand-alone show of the summer.
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Tickets are on sale now from www.readingandleedsfestival.com
Weekend camping tickets are £205 + booking fee
Day ticket prices are £69.50 + booking fee