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April 2020
Festivals

Shame, Mystery Jets, Fickle Friends and more have joined the line-up for Live At Leeds

Alfie Templeman, Phoebe Green, Drug Store Romeos, Oscar Lang and more also join the bill.
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Published: 5:00 pm, January 27, 2020 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Shame, Mystery Jets, Fickle Friends and more have joined the line-up for Live At Leeds

A new batch of names have been announced for this year's Live At Leeds festival.

More than 40 acts are joining the line-up for the event, which takes place on Saturday 2nd May.

Joining a bill already including DMA's, Pale Waves, Easy Life and Ezra Furman are the likes of Shame, Mystery Jets, Ghostpoet, Fickle Friends and Alfie Templeman.

There's also room for Brooke Bentham, The Wytches, Oscar Lang, Chappaqua Wrestling, Sfven, Low Hummer, Drug Store Romeos, Phoebe Green and more.

Live at Leeds booker Joe Hubbard comments: “We’re delighted to announce the addition of 70 artists to Live at Leeds 2020. Joining DMA’s and Pale Waves are Shame, making their first appearance back in Leeds since a storming show at Stylus! Fickle Friends return with new material – their new single’s Pretty Great. We’ll have Mystery Jets – good news for all those who missed out on tickets to their sold out Wardrobe show, and a big scoop in twice-Mercury nominated Ghostpoet, who will be releasing his highly anticipated fifth album in 2020. As always with LAL there’s a host of exciting new talent, Alfie Templeman, Chinatown Slalom & Oscar Lang are all ones to watch for sure – and some of the best local acts about with Sfven, Jake Whiskin, Beauty School and Leo Cosmos amongst plenty there.”

You can check out all the acts announced for Live At Leeds 2020 in the poster below. We'll be hosting a special takeover of readdork.com tomorrow (Tuesday 28th January), featuring 'stuff' from a whole bunch of them. Check back then for more.

Shame, Mystery Jets, Fickle Friends and more have joined the line-up for Live At Leeds

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